Written by Colleen Alsberg
Fox World Travel Tour Manager
There’s something about Ireland that draws you in. Maybe it’s the relaxing, rolling green hills of the Irish countryside, dotted with sheep and beautiful field rock fences. Maybe it’s the diversity of the scenery, from stately castle ruins, or the stark, desolate Burren or the dramatic Cliffs of Moher. Mostly, it’s the Irish people that will guide you to your love of Ireland.
Visit Ireland on a group tour…
There is no better way of exploring Ireland than with others on a group tour. Every day you’ll experience something new, something fun, something delicious! A local Irish Tour Director with a lovely, lilted accent, takes you to places of your dreams. A group tour makes it easy for you to see Dublin’s Trinity College and its Book of Kells. Relax as we drive the stunning Ring of Kerry. Let the jarvey take the reins on a jaunting car ride through Killarney. It’s all taken care of for you. When the day is over and you’re all sitting in a cozy pub listening to a local musician, you’ll share the experiences you had with new friends. Who kissed the Blarney Stone, who bought an Aran sweater, who couldn’t get enough of the rich brown bread and Derry butter? And at the end, we guarantee you will believe in leprechauns, lore and fairy forts!
Even if you haven’t a bit of Irish in you, you will after visiting this lovely country.
Upcoming Ireland tours…
I invite you to explore the variety of tours to Ireland we have available in 2019. Travel in May on our Jewels of Ireland itinerary, visit the Emerald Isle in June with WKOW’s Bob Lindmeier, or join our mesmerizing Ireland Adventure group in September. We can also explore other guided opportunities.
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