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  1. Clones Town Heritage Trail, Clones, Co. Monaghan.

    Clones, Monaghan

    This trail takes walkers on a journey from the town’s monastic beginnings to recent plans to revive the Ulster Canal. Read more

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  2. Monaghan Town Heritage Trail, Monaghan, Co. Monaghan

    Monaghan Town, Monaghan

    The trail will take walkers to many of Monaghan’s finest historical buildings from the 18th and 19th Centuries, including the County Museum, Peter’s Lake and the Courthouse. Read more

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  3. Nenagh Walking Tours

    Nenagh, Tipperary

    Nenagh Walking Tours provides historical walking tour of Nenagh in County Tipperary. It is open all year round and takes in many interesting sights. Read more

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  4. Birr Town Trail & Riverbank Walks

    Birr, Offaly

    Explore Birr through two walking routes of the town. Discover the Town using the orange route and explore the river walk by taking the red route. Read more

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  5. Adare Village & Riverbank Walk

    Adare, Limerick

    Adare is regarded as being Ireland’s prettiest and most picturesque village. This walk takes walkers on a tour of the historic buildings in Adare Village. Read more

  6. Limerick Medieval Walking Trail

    Limerick City, Limerick

    The early Medieval City was established on the southern tip of King’s Island. Explore Limerick through the Medieval Walking Trail. Read more

  7. Shannon Town Trails

    Shannon, Clare

    Shannon Town Trails consists of two loops around Shannon Town of between one and two and half hours taking in the scenic area around the estuary. Read more

  8. Foynes Shannon Estuary Walk

    Foynes, Limerick

    Foynes is a village and major port, located on the banks of the majestic River Shannon on the N69. The area is home to the Foynes Flying Boat Museum, and the nearby Knockpatrick and Boyce Gardens. Read more

  9. Ballincollig Regional Park

    Ballincollig, Cork

    The Regional Park has ample free parking, several playing pitches, a skate park, river walks, numerous picnic areas, woodland trails, permanent orienteering course & paved walkways as well as being a National Monument status site. Read more

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  10. A Tour of Cavan Town - Walking History

    Cavan Town, Cavan

    There are signs on every street in Cavan town at places of Historical interest. Scanning the QR Codes on the signs brings the visitor into a website which has information, old photographs etc Read more

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