Your must have guide to Limerick

Your must have guide to Limerick

With the abundance of reasonably priced Travelodge Limerick Hotels available, more and more people are venturing to this beautiful part of the Emerald Isle. Limerick is often considered unexplored by tourists considering many people visit Dublin every year. But by getting off the beaten track, you can see parts of Ireland like the locals do, and have a holiday to remember.

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So why not get online, book a room in the Limerick Ennis Road Hotel (or any of the other fantastic establishments in Limerick) and enjoy the sights! Here is our handy guide on what to do when you get there…

Visit King John’s Castle

The first thing many people think of when they hear Limerick, is the historic King John’s Castle. Steeped in 800 years of history, this 13th century castle can be found right in the middle of medieval Limerick on King’s Island. No trip to Limerick is complete without seeingthe fantastic architecture that dominates the skyline so make sure you don’t miss it.

Take a punt on the Thomond Park Stadium

After Guinness there is one thing that the Irish hold close to their heart – rugby. Munster Rugby Club’s Thomond Stadium is the community’s hub and a place full of history where the city’s heroes have led the team to glory. Learn all about the history of the club and rugby in Ireland while taking a look behind the scenes at this memorable venue.

Get your kicks on the N69

One of the most scenic coastal roads in Ireland, perhaps Europe, the N69 provides spectacular vistas from the road or on foot. Hire a car and take a trip down the coast for some wonderful panoramic views and stop off at a local pub along the way for some much- needed sustenance.

Watch a sporting event

Often referred to as the sporting capital of Ireland, Limerick is the perfect place to take in some of the best sport the country has to offer. Whether it’s football, rugby or something a bit more Gaelic, the atmosphere has to be seen to be believed.