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Known for its medieval history and Georgian architecture, the city sits on the banks of the River Shannon, Ireland's longest river. It's location and rich cultural offerings means Limerick is a great city for everything from museums to outdoor activities. And even if you don't want to play yourself, you can certainly enjoy a lively match of rugby or hurling — two sports the city is especially well known for.
Dublin is filled with history, hospitality, literary connections, and a welcoming vibe that makes everyone want to stay. Read more: https://matadornetwork.com/view/dublin-experiences/
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Describing the Wild Atlantic Way's Cliff Coast, Lonely Planet says: “The land is hard, the soul is not." It's here that Ice-Age landscapes meet west-coast warmth and unbroken views connect the mountains to the islands that dot the Atlantic.
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Down through the centuries, Ireland's beautiful countryside has proved irresistible to the wealthy and powerful who wanted to leave their mark. Whether they were Norman knights, eccentric aristocrats or gamblers-made-good, their castles still dot the...
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