See Ireland in style with a professional driver. Our drivers at Irish Chauffeur Services take small groups in our luxury vehicles, not only driving, but giving tours. When you are visiting a new place, you want the freedom to look around and enjoy the sights without having to worry about getting lost or driving on a different side of the road. We have worked with clients from Australia, USA, China and all over the world.
At Irish Chauffeur Services, we work all across Ireland. Our team of professionals can create a custom package to suit you, including transport, accommodation and even suggesting restaurants. If you have something in particular you would like to see, get in touch with us today.
Popular Tourist Destinations in Ireland
Cliffs of Moher
The Cliffs of Moher are and always will be a firm favourite with tourists and locals. This five mile stretch of cliffs tower over the Atlantic, offering stunning views and breath-taking scenery.
Rock of Cashel
The Rock of Cashel is where the Kings of Munster sat. Today visitors to the area can see buildings such as Cormac’s Chapel, the Round Tower and The Cathedral.
Kilkenny Castle was built in 1195. Today you can do a tour of the castle and see what is was like in its day.
Connemara covers a large area in the west of Ireland. Connemara is beautifully unspoilt, with such great variety, mountains, bogs, lakes and more.
The Burren landscape has been popular with people for hundreds if not thousands of years. The unique flat land is home to much unique flora and fauna.
The Giants Causeway is a stunning piece of landscape in Co Antrim. The unique basalt columns have been attracting tourists for years.
Newgrange is over 5000 years old, even older than the pyramids. Based in Co Meath, Newgrange is a stunning example of an ancient tomb.
The Guinness Storehouse is Europe’s number one attraction, with over 13 million people having visited the iconic brewery. Find out more about Irelands most well-known drink!
Ring of Kerry
The Ring of Kerry has been described as one of the most beautiful sights in Ireland, if not the world. This remains relatively unspoilt and offers spectacular views.