CORK CITY: IRELAND'S FOODIE CAPITAL
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We head to Cork City to meet with some of the people who've made the city and region one of the most dynamic food scenes in Europe. Check out the people & places we met below:
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Cork, City in Republic of Ireland - Best Travel Destination
Cork is a city in Ireland. It is located in the South-West Region and in the province of Munster. With a population of 119,230, it is the second largest city in the state and the third most populous on the island of Ireland.
Ireland – Railtours Ireland – Cliffs of Moher / Bunratty Castle / Galway – Travel Series Ep. 19
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Travel Series Episode 19:
-Explore Ireland on a full day tour with Railtours Ireland with stops at notable Irish landmarks/cities including the Burren, Limerick, the Cliffs of Moher, and more.
-Dublin is the capital of and largest city in Ireland. Dublin is located in the province of Leinster on the east coast of Ireland, at the mouth of the River Liffey and bordered on the South by the Wicklow Mountains. The city has an urban area population of 1,173,179. The population of the Dublin Region, as of 2016, was 1,347,359 people, and the population of the Greater Dublin area was 1,904,806. There is archaeological debate regarding precisely where Dublin was established by Celtic-speaking people in the 7th century. Later expanded as a Viking settlement, the Kingdom of Dublin became Ireland's principal city following the Norman invasion. The city expanded rapidly from the 17th century and was briefly the second largest city in the British Empire before the Acts of Union in 1800. Following the partition of Ireland in 1922, Dublin became the capital of the Irish Free State, later renamed Ireland.
-Limerick is a city in County Limerick, Ireland. It is located in the Mid-West Region and is also part of the province of Munster. Limerick City and County Council is the local authority for the city. The city lies on the River Shannon, with the historic core of the city located on King's Island, which is bounded by the Shannon and the Abbey River. Limerick is also located at the head of the Shannon Estuary where the river widens before it flows into the Atlantic Ocean. With a population of 94,192, Limerick is the third most populous urban area in the state, and the fourth most populous city on the island of Ireland.
-Doolin is a coastal village in County Clare, Ireland, on the Atlantic coast. It borders the spa town of Lisdoonvarna. It is a noted centre of traditional Irish music, which is played nightly in its pubs, making it a popular tourist destination. There are numerous nearby archaeological sites, many dating to the Iron Age and earlier. Doonagore Castle and Ballinalacken Castle are also in the area. The area was officially classified as part of the West Clare Gaeltacht (an Irish-speaking community) until 1956, and, due to trade with the Aran Islands, maintained a strong connection to it until the 1990s
-Galway is a city in the West of Ireland, in the province of Connacht. Galway lies on the River Corrib between Lough Corrib and Galway Bay, surrounded by County Galway, and is the sixth most populous city in Ireland, with a population of 79,934. The city's name comes from the Irish name Gaillimhe, which formed the western boundary of the earliest settlement, Dún Gaillimhe Fort Gaillimh. Residents of the city are referred to as Galwegians.
-Dublin, Ireland – (0:07)
-Heuston Railway Station – (0:15)
-Railtours Ireland – (0:23)
-Limerick Junction – (1:59)
-Limerick, Ireland – (2:37)
-River Shannon – (3:08)
-Bunratty Castle – (3:35)
-Doolin, Ireland – (7:42)
-Gus O’Connor’s Pub – (8:03)
-Cliffs of Moher – (10:15)
-O’Brien’s Tower – (11:01)
-Burren – (13:45)
-Galway, Ireland – (15:45)
-Galway Railway Station – (15:55)
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Limerick Ireland Travel
Limerick Ireland Travel - Limerick is the third largest city in the Republic of Ireland, and the principal city in County Limerick. Population wise, it is the fifth largest city in all of Ireland. When taking the extra-municipal suburbs into account, Limerick is the third largest conurbation in the Republic of Ireland, with an urban population of 90,757. Limerick is the second-largest city in the province of Munster, an area which constitutes the midwest and southwest of Ireland. The city is situated on several curves and islands of the River Shannon, which spreads into an estuary shortly after Limerick. Road infrastructure features four main crossing points near the city centre (an additional river tunnel to the west of the three bridges opened in July 2010). Limerick is one of the constituent cities of the Cork-Limerick-Galway corridor, which has a population of 1 million. ( source Wikipedia )
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Limerick - Ireland
Limerick is the third largest city in the Republic of Ireland, and the principal city in County Limerick. Population wise, it is the fifth largest city in all of Ireland. When taking the extra-municipal suburbs into account, Limerick is the third largest conurbation in the Republic of Ireland, with an urban population of 90,757. Limerick is the second-largest city in the province of Munster, an area which constitutes the midwest and southwest of Ireland. The city is situated on several curves and islands of the River Shannon, which spreads into an estuary shortly after Limerick. Road infrastructure features four main crossing points near the city centre (an additional river tunnel to the west of the three bridges opened in July 2010). Limerick is one of the constituent cities of the Cork-Limerick-Galway corridor, which has a population of 1 million. ( source Wikipedia )
Co. Limerick, Ireland. Travel Notes with Mike and Peter by the Hedge
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Episode #3 of our Irish travel notes, by county.. As recorded at the Irish Roots Cafe with your hosts Peter Adams and Mike O'Laughlin. This show is on County Limerick, opening with Peter singing Limerick, You're a Lady. An industrial area; Treaty of Limerick; 'Limerick of the Ships'; Viking incursions; County established in 1210; Hurleys, Sheehee, etc..; Adare; Lough Derg; Dairy produce; Angelas Ashes; Shannon River; Palatine Settlement; Limerick Bacon; Province of Munster... 'Limerick' place name in America...
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Limerick City Ireland - beautiful irish city - photo gallery tour, architecture and places
Limerick City Ireland visit - beautiful irish city - photo gallery tour. Visit limerick today. Beautiful places, trips, holidays in limerick. Hotels, retaurants, pubs, parties, festivals, monuments, castle, architecture, panoramas and people in Ireland. Hills in Limerick
Images Of Ireland
In celebration of St. Patrick's Day, we've put together a selection of images (courtesy of Tourism Ireland) depicting many of Ireland's most iconic spots, as well as some that are much less well-known. Set to the tune of the Irish folk song Star Of County Down as performed by Tom Meaney on the Peter Greenberg Worldwide Radio show, this video offers a glimpse of the Emerald Isle's natural beauty as well as its bustling cities and traditional villages. For more information on Ireland travel, you can visit Tourism Ireland ( as well as
♣ Travel to Ireland - Examples of Beautiful Irish Scenery ♣
Beautiful images of Irish Scenery.
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The Cliffs of Moher Tour - County Clare, Ireland
The Cliffs of Moher tour in Ireland is all about nature; it is where you reach the point with an inspiring view of the pure nature world, where the cliffs are facing the ocean and where you will experience the salty wind and get your feet walking on ancient rocks.
We experienced walking up those cliffs, seeing the world from the top, and being inside the small kind of museum with some pictures - even the kids loved the idea of climbing those cliffs and were thrilled with the view they eventually received after all this climbing.
The history of this place is related to the fear Boetius Clancy had about the Spanish taking over Ireland, since he was the High Sheriff of Clare. At this point, Clancy took orders to take captive any Spanish sailor and execute them. It all worked out at the end and all the sailors either sank with their boats, were placed in prison, or hanged near Spain.
For those who will succeed at reaching the top of the cliffs - which is a must, believe us its different from up there - they will come to one of the most famous tourist attractions related to the cliffs of Moher, which is the O'Brien Tower which was built in the 19th century by Cornelius O'Brien for the visitors and who also managed to build a wall made from Liscannor along the cliffs; the remnants of these were restored within the visitor center.
Being up there, you would think that spotting anything in Ireland would be the norm - but we tried, no its not, lol! - but from up there, we managed to see the Aran islands, which are the three rocky isles guarding the mouth of Galway, in Western Ireland (where we were heading next), and these are known to be famous with their historical and ancient sites.
After we got the chance to see nature from above and enjoy the cliffs meeting the water, we then headed to Galway Bay. Galway Bay is known to be a large bay on the west coast of Ireland, between county Galway on the province on Connacht to the north and the Burren in county Clare in the province of Munster in the south. Galway city, which is known to be a place where the river Corrib meets the Atlantic ocean, is located on the northeast side of the bay.
This trip was mainly about nature for us and after reading more and getting introduced to the place, we realized that the cliffs of Moher boasts one of the major colonies of cliff nesting seabirds in Ireland, offering visitors the chance to see 20 different species at this place. The most famous seabirds to be seen at the cliffs of Moher are Guillemot, Razorbill, Fulmar, Kittiwake, Chough, and Peregrine. Of course every single type will appear during specific months of the year, so you might not see them all, it will depend on when you are going to visit the cliffs.
Your cliffs of Moher tour will be interesting especially if Ireland's weather served you - although we will never be assured of that :-) - because on a clear weather, there are several things to be viewed from the cliffs, such as the Aran Island, Galway Bay, the Twelve Pins and the Maum Turk Mountains in Connemara, that's in addition to the Dingle Peninsula and Blasket Islands in Kerry - a lot to see from above there, right?
General information regarding the cliffs of Moher!
Those Irish cliffs reach 214 meters in height at their highest point and they stretch for 8 kilometers as the crow flies. The cliffs of Moher are located on the west coast of Ireland, close to Liscannor village in county Clare.
Regarding the name of the cliffs, it is taken from the ruined promontory fort which was called Mothar which in the old Gaelic means the ruin of a fort.
To plan your trip to the cliffs of Moher correctly, there are some tips which we will share since we have been there already. Cliffs of Moher day tour will take at least two hours from your day, there are even those visitors who spend half their days there. To make the best of this trip, we recommend that you stay in any of the near villages to enjoy the culture of the place.
The opening hours of the place will differ according to the month but it opens all year except on the 24th, 25th, and 26th of December. It opens on 9 AM all months long but closes on different times; in January it closes at 5 PM, in February it closes at 5:30 PM, March it closes at 6 and 6:30 on weekends and bank holidays, April it closes at 6:30 and 7 on weekends and bank holidays, in May it closes at 7 PM and 7:30 on weekends and bank holidays, in June it closes at 7:30 and 8 on weekends and bank holidays, July and August it closes at 9 until the 20th of August and then starts to close at 8 PM and half an hour later in weekends and bank holidays then 7 in September with half an hour later as well for the weekends, then 6 PM for October, and finally 5 PM for November and December.
If you love the idea of climbing then you could try another experience at the Carnmoney Hill ( and enjoy walking up the hill there with your kids, family, or friends.