Travel Ireland with European Focus

For the next week and a half, European Focus Private Tours founder James Derheim will be showing new arrivals Paula, Bob and Audrey the “Hits of Ireland” as he sees it, including Ireland’s highest pub, the Book of Kells at Trinity College, the Rock of Cashel and Tipperary, Cobh and Kinsale, plus Kenmare, the Ring […]

Kerry, Cork and Tipperary Ireland Private Tour Opportunity in August

The Best of Ireland – now available on a private, relaxed tour Experience Ireland’s charms on this 11-day trip, now available for booking. Extremely limited, we’ll take only four people on this tour and prefer a family or two couples who already know one another for maximum cohesiveness and enjoyment. Day 1: Arrival at Shannon. […]

Last Minute Tour Opportunities for July and August

For those with maximum flexiblity and wanderlust, European Focus offers trips to either Germany or Ireland for the last part of July into August as well as the last part of August into early September. If you are interested in travel and adventure in these parts of Europe, contact us today. Deadline is June 30.

A Private Tour in Europe – Benefit Number 431

Bus tours run you ragged with a planned schedule and a dawn to dusk itinerary which leaves zero time for spontaneous stops to take in the grandeur of the place you’re visiting. European Focus Tours are the opposite, allowing plenty of time for “doing your own thing,” even if that is stopping often to take […]

Today in Ireland

Content cows on the Ring of Kerry.

Postcard from Inistioge, Ireland

This colorful scene was captured on the road out of Inistioge in June.

The Beara Peninsula

We were on the Beara Peninsula, Counties Cork and Kerry a few days ago. The memories of this wild place are still fresh in our minds. One of the highlights of our day spent on the Beara was a visit to Molly Gallivan’s cabin. This old house, which has stood since before “The Great Hunger” […]

Through the Rain from Dublin to Shannon

There’s a common misconception about Global Warming. People think it’s going to get much hotter. Actually, in Ireland and most of Europe, it’s going to get a lot colder, and with more and more rain. That’s because the jet stream, which keeps Ireland, England and Northern Europe “warm” will shift far to the south as […]