My Ireland Tour offer tours of Ireland and tours of Northern Ireland with the option of an added tour of Scotland during your time in the celtic nations. We don't offer tours of England, Wales or Scotland which don't also feature an Irish component. If you would like to explore Britain after your stay with us in Ireland, this page will help you decide which attractions you might like to include in your adventure, and which British tour operators can take you there.
See the Queen at Buckingham Palace, catch a glimpse of the Loch Ness Monster, conquer Cardiff Castle, ride in a red double-decker bus, see a Shakespeare play, eat fish'n'chips. There is so much to see and do in Britain, it's hard to know where to begin.
The first thing to note is that you don't have to do them all in one trip. As with Ireland, there is plenty to keep you entertained for at least a couple of trips, so don't feel you have to spend your whole tour of the coach and changing hotels. While there are some really good tours out there which cover Scotland, England and Wales combined, there are also plenty of specialist regional tour operators, and some visitors prefer to visit and experience one country at a time. To keep things clear, and to help you decide what works best for you, we will treat each nation separately here.
Whether you choose to tour Britain in one trip or to visit each nation separately, you can expect the same standards in accommodation, cuisine and service. You can choose to stay in hotels, B&Bs (guesthouses), farmstays, castles and manor houses, hostels or pretty much any other type of accommodation you can think of.
Just as with choosing an Irish tour operator, there is a great deal of choice for tours of Britain covering a range of specialisms according to the tastes, budget and regional interests of your group. First-time visitors to Britain may favour a vacation which covers the 'bucket list' of British tourist attractions, but many will prefer more specialist tours which focus on particular regions of Britain or the specific interests of your group. As well as local and regional vacations, look out for walking tours, garden tours, golf tours, cycling tours, genealogy tours and so on.
England is home to some of the world's most iconic tourist attractions and, if you forget to pack your camera on this trip, you may never forgive yourself. The seat of government for the British Empire over hundreds of years, London alone has enough to keep most groups distracted for several days. But visitors will be missing out if they limit themselves to the capital city, regarded by many English people to be almost a separate nation state of its own.
To whet you appetite and get your tour started (in no particular order) here is a Top Ten of must-see attractions in England.
Like Ireland, Scotland contributed greatly to the great migration to The New World, and many visitors from North America travel to Scotland to seek out their own heritage and family tree. Scotland is an immensely proud nation and has a growing sense of independent national identity. In 2014, Scotland voted to remain part of the United Kingdom, but the referendum was much more closely fought than the Members of Parliament in Westminster might have expected or hoped.
Home of kilts and the clans, home of golf and St Andrews, home of the Loch Ness Monster and the Scottish Highlands. There is so much to see and do in Scotland, whether you're bringing your walking boots, your golf bag or just a sense of adventure.
Wales is known for its outstanding national beauty, and past visitors to Ireland will already feel at home amongst the rolling green hills, winding country roads and idyllic rural landscapes. English is spoken throughout Wales, but you may also hear and read the Welsh language on your travels, especially in North Wales. Like the Irish, the Welsh are known for their friendly, welcoming nature. Join them in the pub for a pint of Welsh ale and a chat about the latest international rugby match.
You might also ask the locals which tourist attractions they would recommend but there are strong regional differences at work in Wales and, depending on whether you're in the South or the North, you may get very different answers!
Specialists in small group tours of up to 8 people. Noticed need for larger groups. Genealogy Tours of Scotland also available.Find out More
The Mountain Goat, specializes in tours of the Lake District, where you can witness some of England's most breathtaking landscapes.Find out More
Sightseeing adventures in South Wales. Most popular tours include Swansea and The Gower, The Mountains and The Mines...Find out More
Luxury personal sightseeing tours with our own private tour guide. Includes trips to Ireland, France and almost anywhere in Europe.Find out More
Guided tours of Wales by Welsh guides. See the coastline, countryside and castles of this amazing county.Find out More
Specialising in private, small and guided tours of Scotland. Experience the music, culture and heritage of Scotland.Find out More
Discover your Scottish roots. Providing ancestral and sightseeing tours of Scotland for private and small groups.Find out More
Explore the Highlands & Islands in the comfort of a luxury minivan. Day & multi-day, private tours for up to 8 people.Find out More
Take a walking tour the walking capital of England, Cotswold. Tours can be arranged as guided or self-guided.Find out More
A British based company specialising in holidays and tours of England, Scotland and Wales for overseas visitors.Find out More
Specialising in self-guided walking holidays and Inn to Inn walking tours of Britain and Ireland.Find out More
Family owned sightseeing tour company. Specialising in unique and innovative Group tours for the past 15 years.Find out More
Enjoy tours of Wales at a great price. Tours include North Wales Coach Tours, Cruise Ship tours and many more.Find out More
Escorted tours for small groups and independent travellers. Unique itineraries, short breaks and shore excursions.Find out More