Map of Ireland
Tourist Information - Nationwide Information & Companies
Our new Ireland Travel Guide offers detailed information which you may find useful while planning your tour of Ireland - where to go, what to see, where to stay and so on. For those who have already made their decisions, this page offers an insight into some of the businesses and attractions you might not have considered. Can you really hire a chauffeur for your tour of Ireland? What are the best places to visit for gardeners to appreciate the forty shades of green?
These organisations offer further information for travellers to Ireland. Please note we are not responsible for the content of third-party websites and have not tried all their services ourselves so cannot offer recommendations or vouch for quality.
Discover Ireland's Great Outdoors
If you have an adventurous spirit, Ireland will already feel like home. With dramatic scenery around every corner and a traveller's wishlist of geological wonders, including The Cliffs of Moher, Slieve league in Donegal, The Giant's Causeway and the Twelve Bens in Connemara, there's every reason to postpone the day's first Guinness by a few hours and head for the great outdoors.
We really try to capture a sense of "Wild Ireland" in the places we visit on our tours, and a private bespoke tour of Ireland can really capture this rustic face of Ireland if you want to discover it for yourself. But, if you're really looking to get back to nature - with hiking, camping out and so on - then there are specialist Irish tour operators which you might like to consider, too. Giddy Goats Tours is a good example of this, offering hiking tours, tours of the Giant's Causeway, two-day camping trips, and a five-day adventure tour.
There are, of course, many other providers of adventure tours throughout Ireland. Extreme Ireland are one of the most experienced providers of mixed adventure tours, self guided and guided walking tours through the most scenic areas in Ireland. Their guides are some of the most experienced in the business and the local adventure providers they partner with have a great reputation throughout Ireland. The sister company, Irish Day Tours, take travellers to six iconic locations throughout Ireland including The Cliffs of Moher, the Giants Causeway Blarney Castle and Connemara.
Hostels across Ireland
Independent Hostels of Ireland have a network of affordable holiday accommodation in Leinster, Connaght, Ulster and Munster. Hostels offer a fantastic means of exploring Ireland's attractions on a limited budget, and are perhaps the most popular form of accommodation among Ireland's many young visitors who benefit from the widespread distribution of hostels not only in Ireland's cities and towns, but also in its equally popular rural districts.
Contact Independent Hostels of Ireland
- www.independenthostelsireland.com | firstname.lastname@example.org
- Independent Hostels Ireland, Dooey Hostel, Glencolmcille, County Donegal, Ireland
- Tel: +353 (74) 9730130
Luxury Day Tours of Ireland
If you wanted to discover Ireland but had only one day, what would you do? It might that you have an extra day after a business trip, or perhaps you fancy staying on in Ireland for an extra day or two after your vacation. Luxury Tours of Ireland have come up with the solution: one-day tours of Ireland's most popular attractions which retain all of the luxury and comfort of a full tour of Ireland.
Choose from the Cork City highlights tour, The Kinsale tour, the East Cork tour, the West Cork tour, the Ring of Kerry tour - or head further afield for the East Coast Tour (House of Waterford Glass), the Killarney Tour (Mucross House & Gardens), the Dingle Peninsula Tour (Slea Head), or the Michael Collins Tour (Historical Tour).Find out about our own Luxury Tours
Corporate and Executive Travel in Ireland
Corporate travel in Ireland is becoming increasingly popular, with global businesses taking the opportunity to connect face-to-face with their Irish partners at conferences, meetings or mini-tours of Ireland's key economic centres. If you and your team have a specific corporate travel need, please contact us to see what we can offer you.
Maybe it's your first time driving on the left-hand side of the road? Or maybe you've just earned the royal treatment. Whatever your own reasons for arriving in style, chauffeur services are widely available in South-West Ireland, and the focus tends to be on executive vehicles and professional service. Tourists in Ireland most commonly use a chauffeur for attending events such as horse racing, golf, sailing and corporate sight-seeing.
Dublin - Optimum Chauffeur Drive
- www.optimumchauffeurdrive.ie | email@example.com
- 16 North Richmond Street, North Circular Road, Dublin 1, Ireland
- Tel: +353 (0)21 4533 046
Cork - DriveExec Chauffeur Services
- www.driveexec.ie | firstname.lastname@example.org
- 68A Deerpark Road, Friars Walk, Cork, Ireland
- Tel: +353 (0)21 489 4894
Team Building Events in Wicklow
If your staff are visiting Ireland, why not take the opportunity to do some team building while you are here? The relaxed and familiar nature of Irish culture provides the perfect setting for breaking boundaries and cementing staff relations.
The Orchard Centre provides Team Building, Training, Meetings, Incentives and Special Events solutions for businesses and teams of all sizes and backgrounds. A 200-acre facility provides the setting for such activities as Irish Olympics, Orchard Antics, Jungle Challenge, Ropes Course, Orienteering, Archery, Clay Pigeon Shooting, Treasure Hunt, Falconry and so on.
Finding your Irish Roots
A lot of people travel to Ireland in search of their family roots, and there is a whole industry online to support those with family ties to the Emerald Isle.
Irish Family Maps is a website dedicated to helping you trace your Irish Ancestry .
Flying to Ireland from the USA
Many visitors to Ireland come from "across the pond". There are five main airlines operating between Ireland and the USA, with state-side changes sometimes required in Chicago or Newark. It is worth noting that some routes are seasonal, so always check with your carrier for availability before booking your tour of Ireland.
Most transatlantic flights arrive at Dublin Airport, which is where we will meet you for the start of your Irish tour. If you decide to prolong your stay in Ireland with a few extra days of self-drive touring, you can find out about carhire in Dublin here »
You can fly to Ireland from each of the following US cities.
|Boston (BOS)||Aer Lingus||United|
|Buffalo (BUF)||Aer Lingus||United||American Airlines||Delta||US Airways|
|Charlotte (CLT)||United||US Airways|
|Chicago (ORD)||Aer Lingus||United||American Airlines|
|Cleveland (CLE)||Aer Lingus||United||American Airlines||Delta||US Airways|
|Dallas (DFW)||Aer Lingus||United||American Airlines||Delta||US Airways|
|Denver (DEN)||Aer Lingus||United||American Airlines||Delta||US Airways|
|Detroit (DTW)||Aer Lingus||United||American Airlines||Delta||US Airways|
|Houston (HOU)||Aer Lingus||United||American Airlines||Delta||US Airways||Los Angeles (LAX)||Aer Lingus||United||American Airlines||Delta||US Airways|
|Miami (MIA)||Aer Lingus||United||American Airlines||Delta||US Airways|
|Milwaukee (MKE)||Aer Lingus||United||American Airlines||Delta||US Airways|
|Minneapolis (MSP)||Aer Lingus||United||American Airlines||Delta||US Airways|
|New York (JFK)||Aer Lingus||United||American Airlines||Delta|
|Newark (EWR)||United||American Airlines|
|Orlando (MCO)||Aer Lingus||United|
|Philadelphia (PHL)||US Airways|
|Phoenix (PHX)||Aer Lingus||United||American Airlines||Delta||US Airways|
Groups travelling from the USA may find it helpful to consult a Travel and Tourism Directory for information about international travel and other useful tips. You may also find it useful to consult the Ireland Website Directory.