Escorted Bus Tours of Ireland
Looking for a tour of Ireland where you can sit back, relax and take in the highlights while someone else does the driving? Then an Escorted Bus Tour is just for you!
What an Escorted Bus Tours includes:
- Admission to selected attractions
- Breakfast each day
- Some meals (lunches and dinners included on some tours)
So if you are thinking of bus tours in Ireland, we have an option that's just right for you! We can personalize a thrilling bus tour for you and your friends and family or you can travel with CIE Tours creating some great memories and making friends along the way!
Get a Quote today and take the first step of your Irish vacation! This is traveling your way - with Tourireland!
Mystical Ireland Escorted Bus Tour 8 Day
Explore Mystical Ireland on this 8 Day Escorted Bus Tour
Starting from $1,540 pps
Scottish & Irish Dream Escorted Bus Tour 13 Days Gla/Shan
The best of Scotland and Ireland
Starting from $2,765 pps
Irish Spirit Escorted Bus Tour 8 Days
Experience the real Ireland on this Bus Tour
Starting from $1,431 pps
Well we're home and trying to get used to the idea of going back to work next week! The only consolation is that we are able to see our children & grandchildren!
Let me just say to you and all at Tour Ireland: a big THANK YOU! The self-drive tour of Ireland was certainly a highlight of our trip and the organization by you of the hire car, maps, discount vouchers/booklets and hotels was superb. Whilst we did not use a great many of the actual discount vouchers, the booklets gave us a great opportunity to pre-plan routes and visits for each day. The hotels were great; in fact, we got to the Randles Court in Killarney and Edwina said she was happy to stay there and not bother going on! We had a fantastic trip around the Ring of Kerry; took a horse trap ride up to the gap, with a horseman named Donie, who gave us a light-hearted but knowledgeable tour of the area.
Our only problem was getting to the Camden Court Hotel in Dublin, from the airport; Dublin has so many one-way streets/turns, that we drove around for three and a half hours to find the hotel and get into the car-park! Even the locals, of whom we enquired for directions, sent us into these one-ways.
Other than that, we had an absolute ball! Love Ireland - we did! (and that could be a suggestion, if the powers-that-be ever want to change the name of your company!)
Once again, Viv, thank you for your invaluable assistance and advice in this great odyssey of ours and we will see you again and certainly offer your name to anyone that we know who is contemplating a visit to the Emerald Isle.
Donn & Edwina
Donn & Edwina Howlett, Australia