Experience the best destinations with our friendly tour guides and luxury coaches.
Enjoy Ireland at your pace with your people - - drive yourself or we’ll provide a driver/guide!
Gather a group of friends and family for an unforgettable tour.
Explore at your own pace with an expert travel guide and your own private car.
We go above and beyond to help ensure your trip is just as amazing as you've envisioned. Some of the big (and small) ways we make your vacation special:
Travel the way you want, whether you'd like a guided tour, a customized on-your-own trip, or a private driver tour that lets you set the pace.
CIE Tours' enthusiastic tour guides are eager to share their personal stories, with local knowledge and insights you won't get anywhere else
We bring nearly nine decades of travel experience to each trip, with a consumer protection bond that ensures our travelers are always covered.
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Our trip was everything I thought it could be and more. CIE was wonderful to work with, and I tell everyone to check them out. Thank you, CIE, for the trip of a lifetime.Treva Jeannine Hillyard
CIE Tours treated us as if we were their first and only customer!! Highly recommend—if you are contemplating going to Ireland, give them a call.Mary Anne Degnan
Pubs are about more than just Irish beer and whiskey—people come to enjoy music, laughs, and the legendary Irish wit.
Loch Ness contains more water than every lake in England and Wales combined—and Scotland itself has 31,000 lochs.
The Queen has eight royal residences, including the grand, 775-room Buckingham Palace and the centuries-old Windsor Castle, home to 39 English monarchs.
Every region in Italy has their own unique way to enjoy pasta—and there are more than 600 different pasta shapes to try.
Blame the Vikings for the lack of trees in Iceland's stunning landscapes. They deforested much of the country when they arrived here in the 700s.
The McCarthy family built the legendary Blarney castle, with its stone that gives those who kiss it the gift of eloquence.