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Limerick City of Culture 2014

Limerick City is the first Irish City of Culture and is going to make sure that anyone who visits agrees that it deserves this prestigious honour. Not only is it a Viking City dating back to the 9th Century, but it is also place of charm and beauty. The city also boasts attractive surrounding towns including, Kilmallock, Adare and Abbeyfeale.

History and Culture

Situated on the River Shannon, Limerick City is rich in history, heritage and culture. Its castles, ancient walls and museums are evidence of its dramatic past. Explore King John’s Castle, which is a 13th century historical delight in the heart of this medieval city. Find out about  800 years of local history from the castle itself, exhibitions, the visitor centre and even 3D models! There is something for all the family to appreciate and makes for a fantastic day out.

Places of Interest

Limerick City is the vibrant hub of County Limerick and is a pedestrian’s paradise. With so many things to see and do, great places to eat, pubs to meet the locals and a great variety of shops, you will never be bored in this thriving city. Places of interest include the Limerick City Museum, The Georgian House and Gardens and Limerick City Gallery of Art.

Throughout the year there is going to be a calendar of events taking place to celebrate the city of culture.  No matter when you visit there will be something exciting happening, attracting people from all across the globe.  To ensure that you get the very best out of your visit, stay in a Limerick B&B. Hosts will make you feel right at home and you will get the perfect chance to immerse yourself in Irish culture.

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Posted: 28 Feb 2014 by Mel Heron | with 0 comments

Tags: 2014, City, Culture, Limerick, of

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