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King John's Castle Full review
avatarpicture ethannorid THE BEST REVIEW
A Medieval fortress with gorgeous views: A photogenic castle with views of the river. We enjoyed a self-guided tour out an about the castle which has some interesting exhibits and interactive displays. A visit to the castle educates you on the history of Ireland and Limerick. Commendable views and lots to explore made it one of our favourite spots in Ireland.
Guidebooks    Rate 5 stars
William Street Full review
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William Street, Limerick City, Ireland: William Street is one of the main thoroughfares and shopping centers of Limerick City, Ireland. It was designed on the pattern of Georgian architecture. In 2011, the street was renovated with new footpaths & better lighting for enhancing its appearance.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Saint Mary's Cathedral Full review
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avatarpicture samantharide THE BEST REVIEW
A living Church for Centuries: Saint Mary's Cathedral is one of the most loved classical ecclesiastical structures in Limerick. It offers a magnificent view of the majestic River Shannon. It had been the Royal Residence of the Kings of Thomond until 1168 when it was presented to the church. People are offering prayers in the church for the last 850 years.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Georgian house and Garden Full review
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Pleasantly surprised with this country house: We chose for a guided tour through this beautiful Georgian house and Garden. This periodic house has massive rooms with a magnificent staircase and tranquil space in the garden. Overall a great experience and an informative tour in this elegant estate which managed privately.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
St John's Cathedral Full review
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An architectural splendour: We took a walking tour of the historic St John's Cathedral located in Ireland. Stained glasses, numerous statues, beautiful gardens, gorgeous interiors, if I were to describe my visit to this church, I'd probably run out of adjectives. A must-visit for all history buffs and architectural admirers.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Statue
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Limerick Courthouse
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Potato Market Merchant...
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Limerick City Museum
Travel picture of Limerick City Museum Limerick Museum, previously known as the Jim Kemmy Municipal Museum, is a cit...
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The Hunt Museum
The Hunt Museum is a museum in the city of Limerick, Ireland. The Hunt Museu...
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Old Town Hall
Travel picture of Old Town Hall Patrick Street is a street in central Limerick, Ireland. The street forms pa...
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The Milk Market
Travel picture of The Milk Market The Milk Market is a food market located on Mungret Street, Limerick, Ireland...
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The Crescent
The Crescent is a street in Limerick, Ireland and is one of the highlights o...
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Mungret Civic Ammenity...
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Carnegie Building
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Limerick City Gallery ...
Limerick City Gallery of Art ) is an art museum in the city of Limerick, Irel...
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River Abbey
Travel picture of River Abbey The Abbey River is a distributary arm of the River Shannon that flows around...
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Cork
(18km)

Lough Gur
Travel picture of Lough Gur Lough Gur is a lake in County Limerick, Ireland between the towns of Herbert...
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Clare

O'Briensbridge
Travel picture of O'Briensbridge O'Brien's Bridge or O'Briensbridge is a village in east County Clare, Irelan...
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Killaloe
Travel picture of Killaloe Killaloe is a civil parish in County Clare, Ireland. The main settlement is ...
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Clare

Bunratty Castle Full review
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Living the Past!: Bunratty Castle & Folk Park is an elegant, stately and ornately decorated, 15th-century medieval castle which is must-include on your itinerary to Ireland. The 15th and 16th-century furnishings, wall-hangings, and splendid works of art take you on a journey to the Ireland of the yore. Visit of the Bunratty Folk Park, housing around 30 buildings recreated and decorated according to their soc...
Guidebooks    Rate 5 stars
Bunratty Castle & Folk Park Full review
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A sneak Peak into the History: Bunratty Castle is the most complete medieval building in Ireland. Build in 1425 and restored in 1954 to its earlier brilliance, this castle is the home to 15th and 16th-century furnishings, decorations, and artworks that reveal the story of its past glory. Set on twenty-six acres, the majestic park with its over thirty buildings in a ‘living village’ and rural setting, offers the chance to re...
Guidebooks    Rate 5 stars
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Clare
(24km)

Quin Abbey Full review
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Beautiful Ruins: Quin Abbey is a well-preserved ruin located in County Clare, Ireland. It was built in the 14th century and is known for its hauntingly beautiful cloisters. Its architectural features are of historical significance and offer the visitors a stunning view.
Guidebooks    Rate 4 star
Knappogue Castle
Travel picture of Knappogue Castle Knappogue Castle is a tower house, built in 1467 and expanded in the mid-19t...
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Craggaunowen
Travel picture of Craggaunowen Craggaunowen is a 16th-century castle and an archaeological open-air museum i...
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