CIE Announces Prices for 2010 Tours to Ireland, England and Scotland


Booking has begun for CIE Tours International 2010 vacations to Ireland, Scotland and England, with a wide range of tours now available on its website and in a new 28-page brochure, Ireland … with Scotland & England—Spring Preview 2010.

The selection of Spring Preview tours includes 18 escorted tours in Ireland, ranging from six to 13 days; two escorted tours for Ireland with Scotland of 11 to 12 days; two escorted tours of Scotland only from nine to 12 days; and one nine-day escorted tour of Scotland and England.

In addition, the Spring Preview introduces three new escorted vacations:

Southern Supreme— Eight days/six nights/11 meals—a shorter version of the Irish Supreme, this vacation concentrates on the southern coast of Ireland, starting in Dublin and ending in Shannon. Prices start at $2,358 for land-only.

Northern Supreme— Nine days/seven nights/14 meals—As counterpart to the Southern Supreme, this new tour visits Ireland's west, northwest, north and east coasts, starting in Shannon and ending in Dublin. Prices start at $2,398 for land-only.

Southern Gem— eight days/six nights/11 meals—Featuring the highlights of the East and Southwest of Ireland, this new tour combines the big city dynamism of Dublin with the relaxing ambiance of three picturesque and historic small towns—Kinsale, Dingle and Ennis. Prices start at $1,178 for land-only.

When the complete 2010 program launches in October, it will include additional tours for Ireland, Britain and Ireland, and Britain-only, as well as Italy, Eastern Europe, and European River Cruises.

For copies of Ireland with Scotland & England—Spring Preview 2010, contact CIE Tours at 1-800-CIE-TOUR, or 1-800-243-8687. Full information is also available at

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