A mix of Georgian grandeur, historic castles and fine food markets, Limerick sure is a lady
Dolan's opened its doors in 1994 and offers the people of Limerick and visitors a great choice of Entertainment.
Thai Gourmet is a family owned establishment. All meat and vegetables are sourced locally so that freshness is guaranteed....
The Three Bridges Slí na Sláinte is a 3.6km route which starts at the Tourist Information Office on Arthurs Quay.
The Hunt Museum, in Limerick City, is home to an internationally important collection of some 2,000 original works of...
Limerick's No.1 rendezvous since 1794 with bar, restaurant, sportsbar and niteclub - open seven days/nights a week!...
King John's Castle is an 800+ year old Military Castle located in the heart of Limerick City on the banks of the mighty...
In rugby mad Limerick, it was only a matter of time before Peter Clohessy ( ‘The Claw’ ) put his name to a pub. On retiring...
Aura offers everybody, no matter your age or fitness level, the opportunity to improve your health and fitness as well...
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