Entries by Ray

Irish Rugby Tours A Feast Of Touring

What A Year It has been an incredible season for our groups touring to Ireland and Europe. The experiences they have experienced and enjoyed are always the best memories from touring. My own sides that I have coached even now a decade afterwards always chat about the tours and remember the fun and enjoyment of […]

Forty Eight Hours In Budapest And Bratislava

Budapest It was decided that Irish Rugby Tours would add some new destinations for its list of countries to explore. So Hungary and Slovakia were chosen and off we went to Budapest our first port of call. When we arrived we found how handy it was to collect our rented car as it was only […]

Important, Impressive, Inspiring and Incredible Irish locations

Dublin Castle Dublin Castle off Dame Street, was until 1922 the seat of the United Kingdom government’s administration in Ireland, and is now a major Irish government complex.  A guided tour is highly recommended in order to get a comprehensive  tour and a wonderful, memorable and invaluable experience, from guides on a Irish Rugby Tours […]

Ray’s Top 10 Free Things To Do in London

Imperial War Museum The Imperial War Museum in London, a popular destination for our London Rugby Tours.  With many collections which include archives of personal and official documents, photographs, film and video material.  Other collections include examples of military vehicles and aircraft, equipment, and other artefacts. If you are interested in any type of history […]

Ray’s 10 things to do in London for £10 and under

Sweeney Todd & Other Demons Walking Tour The tail of Sweeney Todd has enthralled people ever since he has slashed his way onto the pages of London folklore in the 19th century. The tour is not only about Sweeney Todd, it’s also about all the other murderous characters from that period. Well worth going on […]