St Patrick's Day in Ireland

Most people want to be Irish on St Patrick's Day. There are parades held in many countries around the world, but nothing beats the excitement of being in Ireland's Capital city of Dublin for the parade.

We are delighted to tell you that we have extended out deadline to sign up for our great vacation to Ireland taking in St Patrick's Day parade in Dublin. The deadline now is Nov 16th.

St Patrick's Week trip starts on March 16th and ends on March 22nd. We take you to Dublin where we stay for the duration of your trip. We visit places like Trinity College, Guinness Store House, Temple bar area, Kilmainham Jail Historical Museum, Leprechun mueum and much more. We bring you up to Newgrange underground passage tomb, and also bring you to Powerscourt House and Gardens, where we see the stunning waterfall, and we go further to Glendalough, where we see St Kevin's round tower.

The scenery is breathtaking and these places are rich in culture and history.

So, why not think about being Irish for St Patrick's Day in Ireland with us.

So, remember we only take a max of 12 people, so check our website and contact us to see if there are places left, then secure your place by paying your deposit.

Looking forward to hearing from you.


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We have organized music in the  local pubs for our tour groups. These sessions are very welcoming to anyone who would like to sing a song, or dance, or indeed, join with an instrument. 

You will hear, for free, some of the finest musicians in the country.  These musicians have travelled the world with their music, but there's nothing like playing in the local pub with their friends.

We will bring you to all the stunning areas only the locals know.

You will see lakes, mountains, sea shores, forests, holy places, and much more. You will meet the locals who might just tell you some stories about where you are.

Relax and take in the fresh air. Go for a walk, take pictures and soak it all up.

On our travels we will see 11th and 12th century ruins of Castles, Abbeys, underground passage tombs, outdoor altars and famine grave sites.

You will go back in time listening to the history of these places. 

We will also be bringing you to restored castles and modern gravesites. "Oh but why are they bringing me to a gravesite" I can hear you say. Just wait and come with us, you will be amazed at what you see.

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