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  • Writer's pictureStephanie Talbot


Discover great discounts for younger guests with CIE Tours!

Family vacations are the perfect time for all of you to connect, experience other cultures together, and create memories to treasure for a lifetime and here is a special discount to make your vacation even better. Save 10% on self-drive vacations for children ages 2 to 12 in your car or save 10% on guided vacations for children ages 8 to 17 traveling with you.

Guided vacations span more than 65 itineraries that lead you through CIE's favorite spots in Ireland, Scotland, England and Wales and now in newly added Iceland and Italy, too. Guided trips are led by professional Tour Directors; they will help you know these destinations like the locals do, taking the pressure off parents to lead their family to new destinations. You’ll stay in great hotels, enjoy pre-paid sightseeing, full breakfasts, many lunches and dinners, authentic local entertainment, and more – all with no hidden extras as part of the "All-In Inclusive Advantage".

Self-drive vacations give you all the flexibility and privacy of having your own car, but with the expertise of CIE Tours guiding you in planning your journey. Self-drive packages can either follow a popular pre-planned itineraries, or can be customized to your preferences; all include a Hertz rental car, GPS, hotel accommodations, and breakfast every day (except your day of arrival). It’s a great way to travel with young children.

And be sure to explore special family departures as well (note that youth discounts are already factored into pricing for those special trips): the Family Vacation Collection offers 8-day itineraries in Britain and Ireland that will spark young imaginations and captivate travelers of all ages with trips including Irish Myths and Legends that includes castles and ruins to explore; English Knights and Wizards with a visit to see Harry Potter; Scottish Lochs and Castles, where you’ll sail on a Loch Ness cruise, and Lochs, Luck and Lore, which will explore the delights of both Ireland and Scotland.

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