Macroom Castle, viewed on our Ireland Tours Macroom Castle, viewed on our Ireland Tours

6-Day Iconic Scenes of Ireland Tour 2019 Six days to see the best of Ireland

Key Tour Information

  • €995 per person
  • 6 Days / 5 Nights
  • Max. 26 Guests
  • Hub & Spoke Tour
  • Luxury Transport
  • No sales pitches

If you have just six days to discover the very best of Ireland, then this is the tour for you. The 6 Day Iconic Scenes of Ireland Tour takes you to all the unmissable Irish destinations, while still giving you time and space to experience Ireland at your own pace.

The 6 Day Iconic Scenes of Ireland is a hub-and-spoke type Small-Group Tour. That means you stay in two quality hotels for the duration of your vacation. No need to pack and unpack your bags every day. With fewer hotel changes, you have more time to focus on making memories.

For this tour of Ireland you will be arriving in Dublin and departing from either Shannon Airport or Dublin Airport - whichever works best for you.

  • Dublin & the East

    • Explore Trinity College
    • Ancient Book of Kells
    • The Guinness Storehouse
    • Glendalough Monastic Site
  • Galway & the West

    • Galway "City of the Tribes"
    • The Spectacular Cliffs of Moher
    • Wild Atlantic Way
    • Burren Limestone Landscape
    • City of Limerick
  • Kerry

    • The Ring of Kerry
    • Thatched village of Adare
    • Killarney National Park
    • Lakes of Killarney
    • Pub Lunch In The Blind Piper
    • Moll's Gap
  • Cork

    • Blarney Castle & Blarney Stone
    • Blarney Woollen Mills
    • Jameson Old Midleton Distillery
The stunning monastic site of Glendalough The stunning monastic site of Glendalough

We took the Essential Ireland Tour (6 day) and had a wonderful time. The tour itself covered everything we wanted to see and for us, it was the perfect length. My Ireland Tour was all-out professional from the start.

Wendy Stoltman, July 2017

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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.

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Hub & Spoke Tour

What is a Hub & Spoke Tour?

A hub-and-spoke tour is one that uses the same accommodation for as many nights as possible. The name comes from the Hub and Spokes of a bicycle wheel. The Hubs, (in this case the Clayton Hotel Burlington Road in Dublin and Clayton Hotel in Limerick), are usually choosen for thier central location to thier surrounding attractions. Travelling to and from these destinations, from the 'Hub', if drawn onto a piece of paper, would appear similar to that of a bicyle wheel.

Advantages of a Hub & Spoke Tour

The advantages of this type of tour is that it reduces the time guests spend packing & checking-in and allows them more time to experience the attractions and culture of an area. In comparison with most other tours, where guests would spend a night in one hotel before moving onto another, the 6 Day Iconic Scenes of Ireland Tour only changes hotels once, allowing for a smoother, more relaxing experience.

Our 6 Day Hub & Tour

As a hub-and-spoke tour, the 6 Day Iconic Scenes of Ireland Tour requires guests to change hotels only once during their Ireland Tour. The hotels on this tour were chosen for their central locations to Ireland's most loved attractions. Clayton Hotel Burlington Road is based in Dublin City and makes a perfect base for Ireland's capital and East. Your 'hub' for the second part of this Tour of Ireland is the Clayton Hotel in County Limerick, offering easy access to the world renowned attractions of Ireland's West.

More Time for What Matters

A vacation to Ireland with plenty to see and plenty of time to relax. If you have just six days to discover the very best that Ireland has to offer, then this tour of Ireland is the one for you. A carefully composed mix of Ireland's stunning landscapes, its storied history and its legendary and vibrant culture.

What sets Ireland apart?

Glendalough, ancient monastic site

History & Legend

Feel the history of the Old World come to life at the Glendalough monastic settlement, a landscape that time forgot; in Blarney Castle where you can kiss the fabled kissing stone; and in Trinity College where you will see the famous Book of Kells, a rare glimpse into the world of antiquity. Ireland is a place where the time-honoured traditions of yesteryear live on even in the country's most vibrant and outward-looking cities.

The legendary Cliffs of Moher

Stunning Landscapes

Don't forget your camera! The 6 Day Iconic Scenes Ireland Tour is a feast for the eyes, with each day of your Ireland tour offering new perspectives of a landscape rivals any for sheer rugged beauty. Standing atop the 650ft Cliffs of Moher, you will share views known for centuries by emigrants heading West in hope and anticipation. In the Wicklow Mountains, take in the endless shades of green. Riding the famous Ring of Kerry during your tour of Ireland, you will find a landscape unchanged in centuries.

A traditional music night in an Irish Pub

Welcoming Culture

We Irish are known for our friendly outlook and our good wishes of céad míle fáilte - a hundred thousand welcomes. On this Ireland tour, you're invited to meet the Irish. Enjoy a traditional Irish pub lunch, trading stories with the locals over a pint of Irish Stout. Experience the thatched village of Adare, a standing testament to the rural traditions of Ireland's south west. In Cork city decide whether you, like the locals, believe it to be the true capital of Ireland.

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Will the tour run?

Yes. Our “6 Day Iconic Scenes of Ireland Tours” are guaranteed. Unlike many rivals there are no minimum numbers for the tours to go ahead. Rest assured: we do not cancel tours or change dates.

Prices & Availability 6 Day Iconic Ireland Tour 2019

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Sun 05 May 2019 Fri 10 May 2019 € 995 Spaces Available - Book Now!
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The Deposit for the 6 Day Iconic Scenes of Ireland Tour 2019 is €300 per person
The Single Occupancy Supplement is €250

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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.