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Cliffs of Moher Private Tour from Cork
"The Cliffs of Moher is the number 1 place to visit in Ireland and leaving from the south of Ireland there are many attractions that can also be enjoyed on route to make the most of your day. We stop in Limerick city the 3rd biggest in Ireland with histor pass through ‘Corofin’ and ‘Kilfenora’ and skirting around ‘Lisdoonvarna’ all of these towns have stories attached and are famous for their summer festivals. Now arriving to a place known as the ‘mini cliffs’ which is a warm up before the big event this is a very beautiful and unusual landscape in the heart of the Burren it was once a coral reef under a tropical sea off the west coast of Ireland. Back millions of years ago when Ireland was on the equator and 80% of the flowers and fauna of Ireland grow there on the face of the Atlantic looking out at the Aran Islands.
From EUR390.00
 
Cliffs of Moher Private Tour from Killarney
"The Cliffs of Moher are Ireland’s most visited natural attraction with a magical vista that will capture your heart and live in your memory forever. Standing 214m (702 feet) at their highest point they stretch for 8 kilometres (5 miles) along the Atla we will start the Cliffs of Mohar tour from Killarney. On route we will visit Bunratty Castle which is a must on the itinerary and is your chance to experience a window into Ireland’s history. You can explore the castle and the 19th century Bunratty Folk tapestries and works of art which capture the mood of those times.  You can explore at your own leisure and marvel at the fixtures and fittings. At night time the castle is the impressive setting for the medieval castle banquets which are held year round. During our visit to Bunratty Castle we will also visit the Folk Park. Here you will enjoy the sights sounds
From EUR440.00
 
Half-Day Horseback Trail Ride including Pub Lunch in Tipperary
"When you arrive you will be greeted by the friendly staff and two jack russell terriers. You will fill in your registration form and be fitted with a riding hat and boots if you do not have your own. Once you have mounted up you will have a riding assessment with a qualified instructor and the pace of the ride will be tailored to the abilities of your party. Then accompanied by a guide you will ride through our yard and up into the mountains. Even on cloudy days the views are spectacular and you will experience the real hidden beauty of Ireland. Your guide will explain to you the archaeological features of the landscape including bronz and you will get the chance to chat with the friendly pub staff. Your break will be for approx one hour. Then it will be time to mount up again to ride home by a different route taking in yet more spectacular views on the way. If your party consists of highly experienced riders there will be chances to gallop and jump during the day. If you are less experienced or unused to English riding techniques
From EUR125.00

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Bunratty Castle

The good - easy to see Irish dancing and singing without having to go to a pub and wait until 11pm. Ample parking. Extremely talented singer and dancers and musicians. Good view from all tables, as...
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King John's Castle

I've never actually been to King John's Castle but I'm here in my Technology class and I happened to stumble across this website so I decided to write something on it. I live in Limerick and King...
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Treaty Stone

It's over the Thomondbridge off the Ennis road, facing King Johns Castle. Yes its just a big old stone with a chipped corner. But it means a lot to local history & has come to symbolise Limerick...
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St Mary's Cathedral

St Mary's Cathedral was built in 1168 on the site of a palace given to Limerick by the King of Munster. The palace was built on the Viking Meeting House that used to be the seat of power for the...
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St.Mary's Cathedral

By the time I arrived at St. Marys, the church was closed. Therfore the graveyard was nice. Their is also a bench in front of the entrance in case you need to rest your legs after a long walk. The...
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Hunt Musuem

The Hunt Museum was surprisingly impressive. Located in the Old Customs House, their permanent collection is quite extensive including 2000 peices from the Hunt Collection with works of art by Yeats,...
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University of Limerick

The Univeristy of Limerick is fairly new - but it is rapidly growing in status and size. An influx of European Union funding in the early 90's is apparent in the new buildings and vibrant energy....
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Angela's Ashes tour

Inevitably, the city has cashed in on the famous book Angela's Ashes, whilst slagging off Frank McCourt for critising social & living conditions in Limerick city during the 1930s. Walks are...
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Milk Market

The Milk Market is a small market that runs on weekend mornings (weather dependent). For it's size it has a really nice selection of food and goods for sale. I would highly recommend going to the...
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People's Park

Where many a Limerick teenager had their first kiss (except me :'( )It is across the road from the rail and bus station, so you can't miss it. It is a nice place to go if you have time to spare...
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orlikins
Apr 04, 2011

An afternoon with no agenda

We spent a wonderful day in Limerick visiting Sy Mary's and walking the streets downtown. We could have spent a week at St. Mary's with the history on display there. Incredible. Walking through town,...
L1011
Jul 20, 2008

Munster games in Limerick

If there is one thing which makes the city vibrate, its a weekend when local Rugby team Munster and now European champions are in town for a home game against one of the big British or European...
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larx
Jun 15, 2008

Side Trip to Ennis

From Limerick you will pass through Ennis on your way to the Cliffs of Moher or to fly out of the Shannon Airport. Ennis sits on the River Fergus and has a few a few sights in town such as the Ennis...
Ewingjr98
Apr 29, 2007

Side trip to the Cliffs of Moher

From Limerick, it's only about 65 km to the famous Cliffs of Moher. Just take the N18 north to Ennis then the N85 farther north to Ennistimon and you'll be in the vicinity of the cliffs. This 5-mile...
Ewingjr98
Nov 16, 2006

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