Titanic Exhibition, Belfast as seen on our Tours of Northern Ireland Titanic Exhibition, Belfast as seen on our Tours of Northern Ireland

15-Day Iconic Scenes of Ireland 2019 Discover Ireland North & South

Key Tour Information

  • €1,985 to €2,485 per person
  • 15 Days / 14 Nights
  • Max. 26 Guests
  • Northern & Southern
  • Fully Inclusive Package
  • Most Comprehensive Tour

The ultimate tour of Ireland, North and South. Combine our Discover Northern Ireland Tour and our Iconic Scenes of Ireland Tour to make a fifteen-day adventure across the Island of Ireland. Choose the dates that suit you. You can tour North then South, or South then North. It's completely up to you. Two unforgettable tours of Ireland. One magical Small-Group Tour.

Why this Tour?

Witness the very best that the island of Ireland has to offer, North and South. Combining our Discover Northern Ireland Tour and our Iconic Scenes of Ireland Tour you will enjoy a fifteen-day journey through the storied landscapes, cultures and histories of this magical island nation.

The two-week duration of this vacation in Ireland gives enough time to absorb the richness of Irish cultures and customs at a pace which is comfortable for all. From the stunning coastal landscapes of Antrim to the craggy inlets of Kerry's southern shores, discover Ireland in all its hues and shades on this 15-day all-Ireland adventure.

The Southern Leg 10 Days

  • Dublin

    • Explore Trinity College
    • Ancient Book of Kells
    • The Guinness Storehouse
    • Christ Church Cathedral
    • Evening Of Traditional Music & Dance
  • Galway & the West

    • Clonmacnoise Monastery
    • Wild Connemara Region
    • Burren Limestone Landscape
    • Galway "City of the Tribes"
    • Kylemore Abbey
    • The Spectacular Cliffs of Moher
    • Wild Atlantic Way
    • Thatched village of Adare
  • Cork & Kerry

    • Ring Of Kerry
    • Killarney National Park
    • Lakes of Killarney
    • Blarney Castle & Blarney Stone
    • Pub Lunch In The Blind Piper
    • Jameson Old Midleton Distillery
    • Cork "The Rebel City"
    • Kinsale's Historic Charles Fort
    • Blarney Woollen Mills
  • Central Ireland

    • The Rock of Cashel
    • The Irish National Stud
    • Lunch on a traditional Irish Farm

The Northern Leg 5 Days

  • Belfast

    • The Titanic Experience
    • Belfast City Tour
    • See The Murals Of Belfast
    • Shankill Road & Falls Road
  • Antrim Coast

    • Giant's Causeway
    • Old Bushmills Distillery
  • Derry

    • Fortified Walled City of Derry/Londonderry Tour
    • Ulster American Folk Park
  • Enniskillen & Border

    • Lough Erne Boat Cruise
    • Devenish Island
    • Drumlins Hills
    • Enniskillen Town
    • Explore Trim Castle

The North-South Itinerary and the South-North Itinerary contain all the same destinations and attractions. The only differences are the order in which they are visited and some of the hotels used.

Option 1: North then South

Visit Northern Ireland, then the Republic. On arrival your tour will begin by joining the five-day Discover Northern Ireland Tour. This takes you through to day 6 when you will enjoy a leisure day in Dublin before joining the 10-Day Iconic Scenes of Ireland to explore the Republic of Ireland until your departure.

Option 2: South then North

Visit the Republic of Ireland, then the North. On arrival your tour will begin by joining the 10-Day Iconic Scenes of Ireland. After ten enjoyable days in Southern Ireland, you will have a relaxing morning in Dublin before beginning your journey into the North by joining our Discover Northern Ireland Tour. Experience five days amidst the history and majesty of Northern Ireland before your departure.

Giants Causeway, Northern Ireland Giants Causeway, Northern Ireland

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Why our smaller group sizes are better for you

We only offer Small Group Tours

Even our largest tours take just 26 guests. But many other companies accept up to 50 people per tour. So, why did we take this big step to limit our tours to such small group?

Our focus is on you

With a smaller group, our driver-guides have time to get to know you, explore your questions in detail and share their experiences with you.

Spread Out and Relax

Space to spread out on the coach. Our small group tours use 34 seater coaches but only sell 26 spaces, giving spare seats for you to spread out.

Speedy Check-ins

Checking in and out at each hotel is much faster and more enjoyable in a smaller party. Breeze through check-in in no time.

A close-up personal experience

Experience each attraction up-close and personal. In a small group, there is more time to ask questions and see what interests you personally.

Relaxing Pace

Experience Ireland at your own pace. After all, nobody enjoys being part of a herd, especially on vacation. No rushing to keep up and no waiting around for large groups to assemble.

Cherish each Moment

Relax and enojoy the moment. Savour each meal. Capture every photo opportunity. Cherish every memory with a small group of people you can really get to know.

Better service for you

Just look at our amazing reviews to see for yourself. Our guests consistently list smaller group sizes among the top reasons why they would book My Ireland Tour again. The smaller numbers mean we can really deliver the best in service and attention throughout your whole experience.

Attractions on this Tour Click an attraction to find out more

Christchurch Cathedral in Dublin, Ireland

Christchurch Cathedral


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Barrels of Guinness at the famous Storehouse in Dublin

Guinness Storehouse


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Trinity College Dublin

Trinity College


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The Cliffs of Moher

Cliffs of Moher


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Clonmacnoise Medieval Monastery

Clonmacnoise Medieval Monastery


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Kylemore Abbey in Connemara

Kylemore Abbey


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Jameson Distillery

Jameson Distillery


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Blarney Castle

Blarney Castle


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An Irish trad session in a pub

Traditional Pubs & Music


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The Rock of Cashel

The Rock of Cashel


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Horses at The Irish National Stud

Irish National Stud


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Charles Fort, Kinsale, Ireland

Charles Fort


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The Burren, in Clare, Ireland

The Burren


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Thatched cottages of Adare Village in Limerick, Ireland

Adare Village & Cottages


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An Irish farm setting

Working Irish Farm


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Titanic Exhibition, Belfast, Northern Ireland

Titanic Belfast


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Murals in Belfast, Northern Ireland

Belfast City Tour


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Derry or Londonderry, Northern Ireland

Derry City & Walls


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Bushmills Distillery

Bushmills Distillery


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The Giants Causeway, pictured on a tour of Northern Ireland

The Giant's Causeway


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Trim Castle, County Meath

Trim Castle


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The idyllic Antrim Coast in Northern Ireland

The Antrim Coast


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Devenish Island Ancient Monastic Site

Devenish Island


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Lough Erne, Northern Ireland

Lough Erne Cruise


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Ulster American Folk Park

Ulster American Folk Park


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What's Included?

This is one of the most inclusive tour of Ireland packages available anywhere in Ireland. Click below to find out just how much is included in the price.

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Will the tour run?

Yes. Like all our tours of Ireland, the “Iconic Scenes of Ireland Tours” are guaranteed to run. Unlike many rivals there are no minimum numbers for the tours to go ahead. Rest assured: we do not cancel tours or change dates.

How does this tour work?

You are booking two conjoined tours to make one longer vacation in Ireland. The two connected tour of Ireland and Northern Ireland you are booking are the 10-Day Iconcic Scenes of Ireland Tour and the Discover Northern Ireland Tour. You can choose whether you'd like to visit Northern Ireland first, then the Republic, or vice versa.

Paying for your Escorted Tour of Ireland

Payment Information

  • Balance Payments: The full balance is due 60 days before your tour.
  • Currency: All payments are in Euros.
  • Credit Cards & Fees: We do not charge any fees for paying by credit card. We accept Visa, Mastercard and American Express.
  • Children's Rate: Children ages 8 yrs - 17 yrs inclusive receive a 10% discount on the prices. Children must share a room with a least 1 adult. Our tours do not cater for children 7 yrs or younger. You must be 18 or over to travel on our Mini-Group Tours.

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The General Post Office

The General Post Office of Ireland The General Post Office of Ireland

The General Post Office of Ireland had many homes before finally settling on its current location of O'Connell Street, on January 6th 1818. It is most famous for housing the Irish Rebels during the Easter Rising of 1916.

The building was destroyed by fire during the uprising and was left unattended until the Irish Free State government set about restoring it. The General Post Office now acts as a visitor centre and sheds an amazing light on some of Ireland's darkest days and the country it was to become.