CIE Tours International’s Drop Everything Deal means 10% off selected popular tours in Ireland this summer.
Here’s another reason for North Americans to travel to Ireland this summer: CIE Tours International’s Drop Everything Deal, which is offering a 10% discount on some of its most popular tours to Ireland and Britain for those who act fast and book by May 19. Thirty departures are available throughout the summer for up to four travelers each, and the offer ends when they are sold out.
Tours range from a seven-day Southern Gems with stops from Dingle Bay to Dublin, to a nine-day Northern Welcome that visits the Giants Causeway and Titanic Belfast, to an 8-day Irish Pub Tour where travelers enjoy behind-the-scenes looks at the Guinness and Smithwick breweries and Teeling Distillery. A few more:
Jewels of Ireland
14 or 15 days from US$3,245/C$4,217
This tour reaches all four corners of Ireland. Highlights include rugged West Cork, a cruise on Ireland’s only fjord, Donegal’s Slieve League and the 5,000-year-old tombs at Newgrange. Departures 7/8, 7/15 and 8/17.
Irish Myths & Legends
8 days from US$2,241/C$2,913
Explore Ireland with an adventurous spirit on this unique itinerary designed for families. Bike through Dublin’s Phoenix Park, cook alongside an Irish chef, enjoy a sheepdog demonstration, tour legendary sites from the Cliffs of Moher to the Aran Islands, and more. Departures 7/7, 7/14, 8/4 and 8/11.
Irish & British Focus
10 or 11 days from US$2,408/C$3,132
See many of Ireland’s most iconic sites and get a taste of Wales and England as well with visits to Dublin, Galway, Cliffs of Moher, Blarney, Waterford, Stonehenge, Cardiff Castle, London and more. Departures 6/16 and 8/4.
For more information on the Drop Everything Deal and to book a tour, visit http://www.cietours.com/us/luckyfour.aspx or call or call 800-243-8687. Reference the code IrelandFour18 in the U.S. and IrelandFour18C in Canada. Prices are land only, per person, based on double occupancy and may vary by departure date. For Canadian readers, CIE Tours sells in Canadian dollars –a rarity for a U.S.-based company.