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The Irish Tourism Group specializes in creating customized self-drive tours, chauffeured tours, escorted tours, golf and special interest vacations for individuals as well as exclusive tours for larger groups to Ireland. 

We are all about personal service! We provide a dedicated travel advisor, a 24/7 help-line and a comprehensive personal touring guide. As we like to say to our customers ‘while you are here, we are here’!

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Tracing the Irish Potato Famine - Places to Visit in Ireland

Posted on March 2, 2015 at 2:30am 4 Comments

Between the years of 1845 and 1852, Ireland’s population was reduced by about 20% due to the impacts of the Potato Famine, also known as The Great…

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South of Ireland Knitting & Craft Tour: An In-Depth Review

Posted on February 12, 2015 at 7:30am 2 Comments

By guest blogger Constance Hall

Last November, a dream came…

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Ireland’s (Off the Beaten Track) Romantic Spots

Posted on February 2, 2014 at 4:30am 0 Comments

When you ask about Romantic places in Ireland, most people will say the old favourites; the Ring of Kerry, The Cliffs of Moher etc. etc. and these are truly remarkable places but if you are looking for a romantic escape in Ireland with less crowds, then check out our top five ‘off the beaten track’ romantic places!

1.      The Loop Head Peninsula, Clare

Loop Head is a finger of land pointing out to sea at the most westerly point of County Clare. Here you will find…

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David Kavanagh commented on The Irish Tourism Group's blog post Tracing the Irish Potato Famine - Places to Visit in Ireland
"A visit to Strokestown Park is an absolute must! It is a deeply moving experience. It is ironic that this was the residence of one of the most notorious and cruel anglo-Irish landlords during the famine, who cleared the land of many starving and…"
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"Went to Strokestown in 2002. Very impressive museum (although a little unsettling to leave the displays and walk into a refreshment area). One thing the Irish do very well is to link history with the present - so Strokestown moves seamlessly from An…"
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Joe Gannon commented on The Irish Tourism Group's blog post Tracing the Irish Potato Famine - Places to Visit in Ireland
"My wife and I have been to six out of these nine locations. We've been to all but the ones in Stokestown, Protumna and the Jennie Johnson. They were all well worth seeing if you are going to be anywhere nearby."
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Geraldine Callaghan commented on The Irish Tourism Group's blog post Tracing the Irish Potato Famine - Places to Visit in Ireland
"My father and mother met at Strokestown Park house while both were employed there in the early 1900's. Two of my older brothers worked there also in the 1940's."
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Tracing the Irish Potato Famine - Places to Visit in Ireland

Between the years of 1845 and 1852, Ireland’s population was reduced by about 20% due to the impacts of the Potato Famine, also known as The Great Famine or in our native language ‘An Gorta Mór.’  It is estimated that about one million people died from starvation during this period and another million emigrated to America and…See More
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At 11:10am on February 3, 2015, Rose Maurer said…

My sincerest thanks for your invitation! As Gerry Regan will confirm, I am fascinated by all things Irish. I look forward to a long and happy relationship with you, despite my living in the Midlands of South Africa!

Sincerely

ROSE MAURER

At 11:19am on February 3, 2015, Rose Maurer said…

Delighted to be invited to join your Irish Tourism Group! I anticipate being able to post your wonderful scenery, antiquity, and Irish customs to my Facebook in time.

Warmest regards

ROSE MAURER

At 6:47pm on February 10, 2015, Michael Quane said…
Happy to be a friend.
At 3:55pm on March 2, 2015, Louise Carol Rawls said…

I have a grand thank you to extend to the Irish Tourism Group, for your lovely invite! Me husband & I, have traveled from coast to coast in dear Erin, so I can supply you with both pictures, as well as comments on the areas in the photos!  We leave for Ireland, on 22Apr, as I have purchased a home in Ballybofey, Co.Donegal, and will close on it by the end of April. Should you need me, I will be in Ballybofey from 30Apr to 14Oct., and would be glad to be of help if you need it!  Slante'  Louise Murray McCabe Costello Rawls

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