Tour Scotland and Ireland Tour Scotland and Ireland

Ireland & Scotland Tours Celtic Vacations

Holyrood Palace, Scotland Tours Attraction Holyrood Palace, Scotland Tours Attraction

Option 1 Book an existing tour package

Pre-arranged Scotland Tour Package

Suitable for groups of 1 - 8 guests
Book one or more places on a tour that has been planned to the last detail. An all-inclusive package with fixed dates and prices. Book today, no waiting for a quote.

Tour Package
Mountains in Scotland Mountains in Scotland

Option 2 Customize a Bespoke Private Tour

A unique tour experience for your group

Suitable for groups of 4 - 50 guests
Let us design your dream tour of Ireland and Scotland. Tell us the destinations, attractions or interests that appeal most and we will tailor-make a tour to your specifications.

Private Tour

Private Custom Tours of Ireland and Scotland

My Ireland Tour, in conjunction with our Scottish partners, can create seamless family or private tours of Ireland & Scotland. My Ireland Tour offers a full range of accommodation options in both Ireland from centrally located hotels so that you can stroll to our world famous friendly pubs & shops, to idyllic rural farmhouses that will give you a taste of Irish - Scottish country life, to historic luxury castles & country manors that have some of Europe’s finest fishing, shooting, falconry, golf & spa’s on offer.

My Ireland Tour also offers the following possibilities for your combined tours of Ireland & Scotland:

Fully Customized

All our private & family tours of Ireland and Scotland are private and fully customized to reflect the needs of your group. My Ireland Tour will both advise and work with you to design an itinerary that will make the most of your precious vacation time in Ireland and Scotland.

Sharing a Celtic culture, Ireland and Scotland are united in their history and heritage, and this common bond can be seen, heard and felt in the everyday life of these two great nations. Whether it's in their language and music, their art and literature, their landscape and architecture, there is so much that unites Ireland and Scotland, it makes perfect sense to visit both countries in one trip, comparing their similarities and contrasting their subtle differences.

Tour Ireland & Scotland - How it Works...

There's so much to see and do in Scotland, whether it's exploring the iconic castle in Edinburgh or scrubbing the decks of The Tall Ship in Glasgow; you could look for the famous monster at Loch Ness or just find refreshment on the many distillery tours available across the lofty heartlands of Scotch Whisky. On both sides of the Irish Sea, there really is something for everyone, no matter what your age, group size or budget.

Our Tours of Scotland and Ireland

Anyone who tours Ireland Scotland and their many attractions will be spoilt for choice in terms of where to go and what to see. But, if you choose to tour Ireland and Scotland in one visit, it shouldn't mean twice as much organisation for you, the party leader. By booking with My Ireland Tour, you can relax knowing that a member of our specialist team will arrange everything for you, from your accommodation and ferry tickets to your entry passes for the attractions you choose to visit. Travelling by ferry from Belfast to Cairnryan or Stranraer (Scotland), you can choose to have your Driver-Guide travel with you, or to be met on arrival by members of our Scottish team who will accompany you for the remainder of your journey.

Landscape, County Meath

Ferry Crossing as Standard

Our Bus Tours of Ireland and Scotland come with a ferry crossing as standard. If you would prefer to travel by plane than by ferry, we will happily provide information on how best to go about organising this aspect of your trip. To find out more about how we can help to compose the perfect Ireland and Scotland Tour for you and your group, please contact us.


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.