34 Seater Exterior Outside James Distillery one of our Ireland Tours 34 Seater Exterior Outside James Distillery one of our Ireland Tours

Tour Vehicles Discover Ireland on a Smaller Group Tour

Discover Ireland on a Smaller Group Tour

On a tour vacation in Ireland, the journey can be just as important as the destination. That's why our vehicles are all of the highest standards both in terms of luxury and reliability. We deliberately leave empty seats on all of our tour coaches to give you extra space to spread out. Being a part of a Smaller Group Tours means that more of your time is devoted to taking part in the things that matter.

We use 34-seater coaches (none of our tours go above 26 participants). This gives you more space to spread out, relax and enjoy the wondrous scenery. This Smaller Group Size is a core principle in our Tours of Ireland.

  • Extra space to spread out
  • Tinted Windows
  • Panoramic Outlook
  • Air Conditioning
  • On-board Fridges
  • On-board Toilet Facilities

Please note: The Coach shown here is one of four 34 Seater Coaches we use on our Max. 26 Guest Tours. For any reason, should one of these become unavailable for your tour we will endeavour to provide you with an equally luxurious and comfortable touring vehicle.

Luxury Vehicles on Our Mini Group Tours

For all of our 8 person Mini Group Tours, we use custom 9-seater Mercedes-Benz mini-coaches. These are executive-class tour vehicles designed specifically for this purpose, offering the very pinnacle of comfort & safety, combined with a luxurious finish throughout.

Panoramic tinted windows provide the very best view of the journey and the glorious sights which mark the way. Enjoy a front-row seat on your Tour of Ireland.

  • Extra space to spread out
  • Tinted Windows
  • Panoramic Outlook
  • Air Conditioning
  • Cushioned Seats
  • USB Charging Ports

Popular Irish Attractions Visited on our Ireland Tours

Temple Bar, a popular attraction on our tours of Ireland

Dublin City

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Ireland's vibrant capital is the gateway to almost every Ireland tour. But Dublin is more than a stepping stone to Ireland's regions and your tour will give you time to explore the city for yourself.

The Cliffs of Moher

Cliffs of Moher

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Rising to a height of 203 metres, these sheer vertical cliffs hold a steady, undulating line against the tireless advance of the Atlantic below. A better view you will not find.

The famous Guinness Storehouse in Dublin

Guinness Storehouse

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This most popular of Dublin attractions towers over the city, with views across the urban skyline and county beyond. Learn how Irish history is coupled with this world-renowned brand.

The Giants Causeway, pictured on a tour of Northern Ireland

Giant's Causeway

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Northern Ireland's only UNESCO World Heritage site, The Giant's Causeway is an area of 40,000 basalt columns, formed into a regular interlocking pattern by an ancient volcanic lava flow.

Kylemore Abbey, pictured on an Ireland Tour

Kylemore Abbey

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One of Ireland's most attractive buildings bejewels a lakeside setting that's equally picturesque. Home to the Sisters of the Benedictine Order, the Abbey is also known for its impressive walled gardens.

The famous Ring of Kerry

The Ring of Kerry

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Ireland's longest circular route covers some staggeringly beautiful scenery, including lakes, beaches, glens, castle ruins, off-shore islands, mountains and, of course, the Atlantic Ocean to the west.

Glendalough monastic site in Ireland

Glendalough

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An ancient monastic settlement, Glendalough presents today's visitors with a chance to explore the idyllic valleys of Ireland's East, and the rich landscapes of ancient Irish history, too.

Cork City on the South coast of Ireland

Cork City

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It's Eire's second largest city but the locals call Cork "the real capital of Ireland". Many visitors are inclined to agree, leaving this foodie heaven with a real fondness and a full belly.

Irish tourist attraction, the Rock of Cashel

Rock of Cashel

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Ireland has more than its fair share of outstanding archeological sites, but the Rock of Cashel is arguably the most impressive. The rock itself is vast and imposing - an unmissable photo opportunity!

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