A mix of Georgian grandeur, historic castles and fine food markets, Limerick sure is a lady
Thomond Park is the home ground of Munster Rugby, one of the most successful and best supported rugby clubs in the world.
Hook & Ladder “Living Café” is an Irish owned business, located in Sarsfield Street in Limerick. It offers customers...
Limerick's No.1 rendezvous since 1794 with bar, restaurant, sportsbar and niteclub - open seven days/nights a week!...
Overlooking a tree lined park in Limerick city’s Georgian quarter, No. 1 Pery Square is a luxury, intimate boutique...
The all new Milk Market Limeick has been transformed into an all-weather venue with daily market shops, a Friday City...
Favoured by locals, Chocolat Restaurant boasts a vibrant atmosphere in opulent surroundings, 7 nights a week. Located...
Let a guide take you on a tour of historic Limerick. Choose from the Georgian Quarter Tour, People's Park Tour, The...
GetWest Kayak offers guided tours of the historic centre of Limerick City from the mighty River Shannon. Tours offer...
OpenHouse Limerick is a festival that celebrates architecture. It invites people to explore and understand the value...
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