Travel Guide to Ireland
We bring you a selection of the wonderful sites and attractions here in Ireland.
Discover The Waterford Greenway
Love the great outdoors? A ride along the Waterford Greenway is the perfect activity to get the whole family out and exploring the beauty of County Waterford!
Running along a route in Ireland’s Ancient East that's rich in Irish heritage, the Waterford greenway is a beautiful 46km walking & cycling path. It runs along an old railway line and is considered one of the most scenic cycling routes in Ireland. Visitors can walk, bring their own bikes or rent from different points along the path - Waterford City, Kilmacthomas or Dungarvan.
Irish Bucket List: 18 Amazing things to do in Ireland’s Ancient East
From castles to kingdoms, battles to betrayal, discover 5,000 years of history in Ireland’s Ancient East, lush green landscapes and beautiful idyllic towns are framed by the River Shannon and the Irish Sea. There’re so many amazing attractions to see along the route of Ireland's Ancient East.
10 MOST UNIQUE THINGS ABOUT WATERFORD
1. WATERFORD & WINE…
Waterford was once the Wine Capital of Ireland. As one of the oldest cities, Waterford's wine culture has played a huge role in its heritage for hundreds of years. With a long and colorful wine history, Waterford was once a bustling European port and a hub of wine commerce. This trade linked Waterford with some of the most sophisticated cities in Europe - namely Bristol, Bordeaux and Bruges.
Discover 5 of Waterford’s Treasures
Waterford is Ireland's Oldest City and has a fascinating history; through medieval ages, the days of the Vikings up to Georgian times. Visitors can discover its stories in the many attractions located around the city! The Waterford Treasures, a collection of museums in Waterford’s Viking Triangle, recently unveiled two new additions – The Irish Museum of Time & The Irish Silver Museum!
Exploring West Waterford - Lismore
County Waterford has so many different places to explore, including the beautiful town of Lismore in West Waterford. This charming little town is about an hour drive from Waterford City and is surrounded by idyllic countryside and an impressive view of the towering Lismore Castle. With plenty of lovely walking trails, and perfect picnic spots, this is a place you don't want to miss!