• 5 places to visit

    When you move to a foreign country, it is always interesting to know what are the monuments, places that represents its historical heritage. Ireland tourist places are not lacking. Near Limerick we select five.

     

    If like me you're a passionate of aviation, the Foynes Flying Boat Museum will open its doors for you. This museum traces the history of seaplane time where Foynes was the metropolis of aviation. You can also visit the cockpit of an old seaplane.

     

    Foynes flying boat museum

     

     

    King John's Castle, whose construction was ordered by King John Lackland. This fortress of the Anglo-Norman style is on King's Island in Limerick, today the castle, which can frequently be visited, is a museum dedicated to its history. 

     

    King John’s Castle

     

     

    The rugby stadium Thomond Park represent a particular interest to fans of this sport since the only Irish team that beat the All Blacks, Munster, is resident. It is also a museum devoted exclusively to Munster.

     

     

    Thomond Park

     

     

    The Treaty of Limerick ended the war between the new king of England William III of Orange and his predecessor Jacques II. It is on a stone called Treaty stone that the treaty have been signed, it is what is at the top of this monument.

     

    Treaty stone

     

    The Cliffs of Moher are a unique tourist destination in Ireland. Five miles long with a height of more than two hundred meters. They are sure to make you dizzy.

     

    Falaises de Moher

     

    Of course the Limerick area is not limited to this five tourist spots, however for me it is the most interesting and the most representative.


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