RTÉ’s television series Francis Brennan’s Grand Tour is returning to our screens this summer and you could be one of the holidaymakers taking part.

Francis Brennan, expert hotelier and star of RTÉ’s At Your Service, is taking up his tour flag once again. So far Francis has taken groups to India and Vietnam.  This year he will face a new set of challenges as he becomes a tour guide for holidaymakers on a 2 week escorted holiday to a mystery destination!

It’s down to Francis to make sure his tourists get the holiday of a lifetime and he has to ensure everything goes according to plan; organising check-ins, meals, excursions, etc.

Will he be able to make his holidaymakers dreams come true?

Francis is raring to go - all he needs now are some holidaymakers to join him!

We want to hear from you if you:

  1. Are available to travel between 2nd and 16th May 2018
  2. Hold a valid passport
  3. Have €800 to spend on a holiday
  4. Are over 18 years old

We are particularly looking for people who have never travelled outside of Ireland, or have very limited travelling experience.

Please get in touch and let us know why you should join Francis on his next Grand Tour.

 To apply to take part in this exciting new series apply online at or email [email protected]

Or alternatively call 04890 427646 or 00 44 2890 427646 to receive an application form by post.

 Places are limited so get in touch now and let us know why you should come along on this unforgettable journey!

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