Irish Guided Tours –
Discover Ireland differently
We specialise in small and friendly Irish Group Tours on the East Cost, Midlands and Northern Ireland.
With Irish Guided Tours you can enjoy Ireland off the track in a relaxed atmosphere, exploring glorious scenery, fascinating history and the wonderful heritage of our great little country.
With us you see the all the famous sites but also discover hidden corners of the real Ireland and the warm hospitality of its people.
There’s something to inspire everyone and we are experts combining fun and rewarding educational experiences that
appeal to everyone of all ages
I hope you enjoy our website, browsing through our wide range of tour programmes and many photographs on the gallery page.
My team and I look forward to talking to you soon – simply contact me to arrange your next tour.
Making memories magical is our slogan, as we aim to create a time that our guest will remember fondly.
Tour Director, Irish Guided Tours
Our logo is designed in the form of the centre of a Celtic Cross with different panels on each corner.
When St. Patrick came to Ireland in the 5th Century with the Christian message he found that people here worshipped the sun and the sunlight amongst other things.
From his experience here in his youth as a slave he knew and understood the Celtic and Gaelic society. Rather than trying to convince them that their beliefs were wrong he described the benefits the sun brought but also showed that it was not providing the full enlightened message.
By assimilating their existing beliefs into the Christian message his mission travelled the country gathering new believers wherever he went.
Over time the Celtic Cross developed, possibly in wooden form originally, then carved in stone as seen in the many high crosses throughout Ireland. It combined the round portion of the sun with the Christian cross, creating this famous Celtic/Gaelic icon.
As with many ideas, we tend to view new concepts with different coloured lenses or from preset viewpoints. By trying out different coloured lenses as the Irish did with St. Patrick, our own understanding can grow and develop.