Ireland, the land of rolling green hills, dramatic cliffs, and mystical legends, has captivated hearts for centuries. Its ancient beauty, vibrant culture, and warm hospitality beckon travelers from far and wide. Whether you’re a history buff seeking ancient castles, a nature lover yearning for breathtaking landscapes, or a foodie craving hearty stews and creamy pints, Ireland has something to offer everyone.

Our MCI tours offer a variety of options and customizations for your group to experience and preform on the Emerald Isle. but below are some highlights and things to consider when planning your upcoming MCI tour.


Dublin, the capital of Ireland, Is a great start to your trip. It is a city that wears its history on its sleeve, and has charm woven into its cobblestone streets, lively pubs and friendly locals. Dublin’s culinary scene is a melting pot of international influences with a strong emphasis on fresh, local ingredients, so be sure to sample hearty stews and seafood chowders in traditional pubs and indulge in some mouthwatering pastries in charming cafes during your stay.

Cliffs of Moher

venture further outside of Dublin to the breathtaking Cliffs of Moher, soaring majestically over the Atlantic Ocean. These Cliffs are one of the most popular attractions to visit in Ireland but what you might not know are the myths and traditions surrounding them. Some include The Lost City of Kilstiffen, and the Mermaid of Moher.


Galway is situated at the northeast end of Galway Bay, and the River Corrib snakes its way through the heart of it all. With its narrow streets, old stone and wooden shopfronts, good restaurants and bustling pubs, it is one of Europe’s fastest growing cities and ranks fourth in size in Ireland, after Dublin, Cork and Limerick.

Connemara National Park

Venture into Connemara National Park, a wonderland of bogland, heather-covered mountains, and sparkling lakes. Enjoy a visit to Kylemore Abbey.  The architecture is best described as neo-gothic and the house still displays all the characteristics of that period. One of Kylemore Abbey’s most famous features is its miniature cathedral, built in 1870 and known locally as the Gothic church. Today, the abbey is home to the Irish order of Benedictine nuns.


Nestled amidst the emerald embrace of the Wicklow Mountains, is Glendalough, Ireland. By stepping into the past footsteps of St. Kevin, the 6th-century hermit who founded the monastic settlement that gave Glendalough its name. Explore the ruins of the 10th-century Round Tower, a symbol of Irish monastic life, and climb the steps of the Priest’s House for panoramic views of the valley.

  • Pack for all types of weather, as the mountains can be unpredictable.
  • Wear comfortable shoes for exploring the ruins and hiking trails.

Journey along the Ring of Kerry

Ireland’s Ring of Kerry is a mythical name whispered among travelers – a scenic coastal drive etched on the southwest coast, promising dramatic cliffs, charming villages, and emerald landscapes that stretch as far as the eye can see. Moll’s Gap, Ladies View, and the three Lakes of Killarney are some of the things you will explore within the National Park. and if you get tired of walking or riding in a car then a horse-drawn jaunting car at Ross Castle might be the thing for you to enjoy a scenic ride through the park and end in Killarney city center.

Kiss the Blarney Stone

Let’s not deny it, the Blarney Stone is the star attraction. Perched precariously atop Blarney Castle, this limestone block holds the promise of eloquence for those brave enough to bend backwards and plant a kiss on its weathered surface. The upside-down smooch, while potentially Instagram-worthy, is a rite of passage for many visitors, and the legend of its magical powers dating back centuries adds to the allure. But Blarney Castle is so much more than just a stone. This 15th-century fortress holds so much history in its moss-covered walls. Explore the dark chambers, climb the winding staircases, and peek through arrow slits that once framed battles long past. Imagine knights in shining armor and damsels in distress and let the echoes of the past whisper their stories as you wander through the castle grounds.

Jerpoint Park

Unlike the grand, imposing ruins often associated with Ireland’s past, Jerpoint Park holds a different kind of magic. It’s a testament to the lives of ordinary people. Jerpoint Park’s story is unique. In the 1980s, farmer Joe O’Connell stumbled upon buried stonework while ploughing his land. This chance discovery unearthed the remains of Newtown Jerpoint, a thriving medieval village abandoned in the 17th century. Years of excavation and research brought the village back to life, not just physically but also in our imaginations. Today, Jerpoint Park offers visitors a chance to walk through the village’s past, exploring the outlines of houses, streets, and even pubs, all hidden just beneath the surface of the fields, offering a glimpse into the everyday world of medieval Ireland.

Ireland offers so much to see and historic places to perform with your ensemble. With friendly locals, vibrant culture, history, and unforgettable landscapes It should be on your list for places to travel!

To learn more about our Ireland Tours or to get started planning contact us today!