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Keating Coaches provide day tours from Limerick to visitor attractions within the Shannon Region.
RollerJam is Limerick's newest leisure destination. Whether you're a seasoned skater or taking your first "roll", RollerJam are here to make your skating experience a memorable one!
This castle was erected with an ancient ring-fort, around the early part of the 13th century. It became a strategic fortress during the following turbulent years.
All kinds of Angling can be arranged and expert personal guidance and tuition provided by a Master Angler. Salmon and Trout Fishing on the River Shannon at Castleconnell and on the Mulcair River a Speciality.
The Locke Bar & Oyster House Restaurant is situated on the site of one of Limerick’s oldest pubs dating back to 1724. This traditional Irish pub is situated beside the city’s most historical landmarks – St. Mary’s Cathedral, King John’s Castle & The Hunt Museum.
Limerick City Walking Tours will captivate you with stories of Limerick’s past and present. You’ll experience the architecture, history and folklore of this fascinating and beautiful city.
Learn about the history of the picturesque heritage town of Adare in County Limerick at the Adare Heritage Centre.
Cornstore Wine Bar and Restaurant Limerick is a sister restaurant of Cork and is situated on the newly refurbished and pedestrianised street, Thomas Street.
Knockpatrick Gardens are an award-winning property situated near Foynes in West County Limerick. The gardens are a haven for enthusiasts and feature a variety of colour through collections of diverse plants.
Ballyhoura Horse Trails Equestrian Centre offers pony trekking in the Kilfinnane area, among breathtaking views of the Galtee and Ballyhoura mountains.
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