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Belfast
Belfast is the secon most famous city of Ireland and the seat of devolved government and legislative assembly in Northern Ireland. It is the biggest urban area in the province of Ulster, and the second largest city on the island of Ireland. The city of Belfast has a population of 267,500, and lies at the heart of the Belfast urban area, which has a population of 483,418. The Belfast metropolitan area has a total population of 723,447. Belfast was granted city status in 1888.Unless you approach Belfast from the sea you cannot help but come upon the city suddenly because of its fine setting: a 'Hibernian Rio' as one writer has called it, ringed by high hills, sea lough and river valley.With this 24 hour ticket aboard an open-top double-decker bus you can see the Wall Murals in Falls Road and Crumlin Road, and the...
Bunratty
This charming, beautifully decorated, and luxurious Bed and Breakfast in Bunratty provides the warmth and welcome of a private home matched with the functionality of a hotel. It is also an ideal base for touring the Midwest region - The Burren, The Cliffs of Moher, Killaloe and Lough Derg. We are approximately 20 minutes drive from Ennis and Limerick. We are more than happy to provide you with information on places of interest and help you plan your vacation. Bunratty Folk Park and Bunratty Castle are just around the corner, where there are numerous Bars, Restaurants and excellent gift and craft shops. In Bunratty Castle you can experience Irish history. All our rooms are highly appointed and luxuriously decorated. These are all equipped with en-suite, private showers, T.V., Hairdryer and Tea and Coffee making faciliti...
Cork
Cork, located on the south coast of Ireland, is the country's second city after Dublin and the largest city in the province of Munster. Most of the city centre is located on an island in the River Lee, so there are many bridges from there to the other parts of the city.Over the last couple of decades the city has changed speedily, with heavy investment in the city's cultural life and infrastructure. Cork was European Capital of Culture in 2005 and proved to the world what locals have known all along: the city has a unique, diverse and extremely welcoming culture.
Dublin
Still riding on the back of the roaring success of the 'Celtic Tiger' economy, 21st-century Dublin is a city on the rise and rise. Business in many sectors continues to boom and also increase number of tourist every year, who flock to the 'party capital of Europe' to sample the infamous Irish craic (fun).This vibrant, fun-loving city on the River Liffey is full of atmospheric pubs where the craic is spun with a well-polished finish and the streets echo with the ghosts of artistic luminaries such as James Joyce and W B Yeats. Visit between April and October, when the weather is at its best, with July and August the busiest months, or throughout the year for the numerous festivals, cultural and religious events and sporting fixtures.Sightseeing highlights include the early medieval Christchurch Cathedral (Dublin'...
Galway
Galway is a perfect base for seeing West Ireland, but it is also worth a visit in itself. Although it has only a few typical sightseeing spots what makes it a wonderful place to stay is the atmosphere, the culture, the people, and the events. The pedestrian shopping area south of Eyre Square, is a pleasant place to walk around. And if the traditional Irish rain starts, just visit the Eyre Square shopping center, where they have put a roof above parts of the old town wall and so included them into the shopping centre, a beautiful combination of old and new. At the south end of the pedestrian mall, is the Spanish Arch, one of the few remaining parts of the town\'s ancient defenses. The park adjacent to the arch is a popular place to sit and relax, while watching the Corrib flow out into Galway Bay.
Kilkenny
Kilkenny is known as a city of traditional county town of County Kilkenny in Ireland. It is located on both banks of the River Nore, at the centre of County Kilkenny in the state of Leinster in the south-east of Ireland. The 2006 Irish Census shows the Aggregate Town Area to have a population of 30,942.Kilkenny is famous for and attracts many tourists due to the St. Canice\'s Cathedral, Kilkenny Castle and its many medieval buildings. Nearby larger cities include Waterford 45 km (28miles) south-southeast, Limerick 93 km (58miles) west and Dublin 101 km (63miles) northeast.[6] The seat of the Roman Catholic Bishop of Ossory and the Church of Ireland Bishop of Cashel and Ossory are in Kilkenny.Kilkenny\'s rich medieval heritage is evident in the city\'s treasure trove of historical buildings and landmarks, exempl...
Killarney
Renowned for its beauty, famed for the splendour of its scenery, Killarney is one of the world’s best-loved tourist spots. For so many reasons, Killarney is the ultimate base for touring in Ireland\'s spectacular Southwest. It is centrally located and is the automatic start & finish point for doing the Ring Of Kerry and The Dingle Peninsula. It also has the world class hospitality facilities demanded by today\'s discerning traveller and the people of Killarney have a 250 year tourism tradition behind them, making their welcome and service professional as well as warm and friendly.
Limerick
Limerick is the second-largest city in the province of Munster and third largest city in the Republic of Ireland, and the principal city in County Limerick with an area which constitutes the midwest and southwest of Ireland.Limerick is situated (and was initially founded on) several curves and islands of the River Shannon, which spreads into an estuary shortly after Limerick. Road infrastructure features three main crossing points near the city centre, and in 2006 the Limerick urban area had a population of 91,000[ΓÇá 1]. Limerick is one of the constituent cities of the Cork-Limerick-Galway corridor, which has a population of 1 million.Limerick City is one of the country's main tourist destinations, only a 15-minute drive from Shannon Airport. Currently tourism is growing at a spectacular rate with over 1,000 n...
Waterford
Waterford is the capital of the Sunny South East of Ireland. A natural playground for Golf, Equestrian, Walking, Angling, Water Sports and Cycling, enthusiasts, Waterford offers the complete holiday experience. The county offers a dazzling coastline, beautiful river valleys & two dramatic ranges of very accessible mountains. Waterford City was established in Viking times and it has an exciting medieval flavour and riverside bustle. In 2005 the City was host to the Tall Ships Race.The City is the home of Waterford Crystal, a lifestyle product of exquisite craftsmanship.
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