• The Best of Ireland

    Monijorb Ireland Tours

  • Our escorted Ireland tours offer luxury hotels, unique Irish activities and a dedicated tour guide. This is not only a terrific way to see the sites; lifelong friendships are often forged during your journey

  • To all of Ireland's popular attractions and beautiful regions. Departures are available for most tours 52 weeks a year

Examples of Tours We Offer

Blarney Castle Day Trip

Enhance your experience of Ireland with a full-day excursion to three of the country’s top attractions. From the comfort of a luxury coach, travel through the Irish countryside to visit Blarney Castle, famed for the enchanting Blarney Stone, which grants those who kiss it the gift of gab.

Limerick, Cliffs of Moher, Burren and Galway Bay Tour

Escape Dublin for a day trip along Ireland’s majestic west coast, travelling by both train and coach to the scenic Cliffs of Moher. Take a city tour of Limerick, see Bunratty Castle, walk through the charming Folk Park, admire the Burren and drive along Galway Bay.

Book of Kells Early Access Tour with Dublin Castle

Avoid the crowds and explore Irish history in peace on this Book of Kells and Dublin Castle exterior tour. Visit the Trinity College Library, home to the famous Book of Kells—widely considered among the most important of all Ireland’s ancient treasures. Afterwards, enjoy a guided walking tour around Dublin Castle’s mighty exterior.

Interesting Places to Visit in Ireland


English writer Edward Dubois first referred to Ireland as “God’s Country” in 1807. Specifically, he was referring to the Wicklow Mountains.


The unofficial capital of Irish traditional music is little more than a small, single street and a couple of little pubs and yet, more often than not visitors find themselves captivated, ensnared by its charm and reluctant to leave too quickly.

Ashford Castle

This medieval castle is by far one of the most beautiful castles in Ireland. It has been standing for over 800 years and once belonged to the Guinness family.

Interesting Facts about Ireland

  • Wearing Green

    Green wasn’t always associated with St. Patrick. In fact, historians say that St. Patrick’s colour was light blue. It is believed that wearing green came at the end of the XVIII century.


    St. Patrick didn’t really chase all the snakes out of Ireland as the legend suggests. Scientists say Ireland has never had any snakes on its green shores.


    That is the name of a small village in Connemara in Co. Galway. It is the longest place name in English with 22 letters. Try saying that 5 times fast…or really just once is hard enough.


Anastasia Rey

Co-Founder of Monijorb Tours

In Ireland, you get to meet some of the most hospitable people on the planet, see how some of the ancient people lived in thatched cottages and remote rural countrysides, and hear the heartfelt stories.


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