The Irish Sea Celtic Shop is affiliated with C-I-E Tours International and has current travel brochures available that list the variety of tours provided by Ireland’s premier tour company. Both guided and “drive your own” tours are available through C-I-E Tours and helpful information is readily available at our shop. If you have been yearning to visit Ireland, Scotland, Wales, England or other European destinations, the Irish Sea Celtic Shop can help you plan your trip from start to finish.
What are the advantages of taking a tour?
Stress free vacation -- No worries about driving or finding your way around.
Cost control (since most meals and admissions to attractions are included).
Wonderful. knowledgeable and entertaining tour guides.
Friendships made with people on the tour, especially if travelling alone.
Great way to go for the first-time visitor.
Opportunity to see a lot more in less time than you could if travelling independently.
Porterage -- Luggage is taken to and from hotel rooms and coach.
For assistance with your trip, please stop by and visit our store, or call Anne or Tracey at the North American Celtic Trade Association at (toll-free) 866-622-2244 and please tell them that you were referred by Bill Leroy at the Irish Sea Celtic Shop in Frankfort, Kentucky.
We offer to each person booking a tour through us at the store or online thru NACTA Travel a voucher for a $50.00 "Welcome Home" Gift Certificate which can be redeemed in our shop after your trip is completed.
To view details online of the various C-I-E Tours available, including itinerary, dates, and prices – and the ability to book online if you wish, click on the "Travel CIE" link at the top right of the page.
Custom tours can be arranged for groups of 20 or more people with specific itineraries tailored to suit your hearts desires! With a custom tour you and your group will have the C-I-E tour bus and driver at your disposal (within limits!). You will have more control over morning departure times and are allowed to add in additional stops as time allows.
Items from Ireland, Scotland, and Wales since 2004