Taylored Tours is Your Ireland Specialist

Hey there! I’m Cindi Taylor, owner of Taylored Tours and your personal travel concierge. Ever been down the overwhelming rabbit hole of researching a vacation? I strive to make your vacation planning easy so you can save time, relax and leave the details to Taylored Tours. My mission is to help you have incredible immersive travel experiences through the Emerald Isle.

I am an Ireland Specialist. I love everything about Ireland: the food, the scenery, the history, but most of all...the friendly people. I’d love to help you experience this amazing country. 

Taylored Tours designs travel for groups, couples, and solo travelers. We plan self-drive vacations, chauffeured travel, and we also take groups to Ireland. However you decide to travel to Ireland, you'll be welcomed with that legendary Irish charm, regaled with stories and persuaded that the only way to do this place justice would be to plan a return visit.

Interested in learning more or ready to start planning?

What to Know

Ireland is compact enough to explore easily, yet also incredibly diverse. Taylored Tours has a deep affinity with the island — north and south — and we bring you closer to the landscapes and the Irish people even at its most famous attractions.

Ireland's most popular destinations can generally be found in four regions: Dublin, Wild Atlantic Way, Ancient East and Northern Ireland. 

  • Dublin: The capital of the Republic of Ireland, Dublin is a compact yet cosmopolitan city. 
  • Wild Atlantic Way: a 1500-mile coastal route encompassing nine counties, starting in County Donegal in the north and ending in County Cork in the south. 
  • Ancient East: Ireland's eastern half with 5000 years of European history in a compact area. 
  • Northern Ireland: A country that's part of the U.K., Northern Ireland is home to the capital Belfast, the Giant's Causeway and world-class golf.

Try kayaking to romantic ruins on the Lakes of Killarney, take a literary pub crawl around Dublin or gain an introduction to Northern Ireland’s political history on a black taxi tour of Belfast. We also recommend getting well off the beaten path in places like the little-visited Beara Peninsula or along the stone-walled roads of the island of Inis Mór. Wherever you go, you'll be welcomed with that legendary Irish charm, regaled with stories and persuaded that the only way to do this place justice would be to plan a return visit.

Whether you wish to travel with a group, hire a private chauffeur, or drive yourself, we’ll help make your trip to Ireland memorable. 


When To Go

The best time to visit Ireland is between March and May, and September to November, when it’s not as crowded as it is in summer, or as cold as it is in winter. That said, Ireland has a mild, temperate climate and although it’s rainy at times, you can visit all year round. The changes in weather are not normally extreme.

Summer (June, July and August) is the warmest time of year, when Ireland’s landscapes are at their most vibrant and the days are at their longest. However, it’s also crowded and prices are at a premium.

Some sites close from late October, and temperatures drop, but on average, they remain above freezing even in winter. This can be a wonderful time to see Ireland at its most calm.

How to Get Around

Considering a trip to Ireland? You may be weighing different transportation options. Self-drive vacations, train travel, buses, chauffeurs-- What does it all even entail?! Take a deep breath, relax, and read on. Let us help you discover which method of travel works best for you!

Where to Eat in Dublin

Ah, Dublin. The capital of Ireland, you only need to spend seconds there to appreciate the green landscape and rolling rivers.

Grabbing a pint might be the first thing on your list, and Dublin has quickly become a hub of culture and food. Whether you’re searching to snag a quick bite or are ready to gorge on a meal of luxury, Dublin has the food to indulge your senses.

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