The Official Guide to Limerick, Ireland
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#eatinlimerick Foodie Guidemap

Whet your appetites for Limerick food and local dining! Eat in Limerick highlights twelve of the top eateries in the Limerick region, as well as featuring map listings for over a hundred more outlets. The guide is produced by Olivia O’Sullivan and is supported by GGL Security and LEO Limerick.

#eatinlimerick Foodie Guidemap ( 2692 KB )

Experience Limerick Tours

Follow our suggested itinerary for three/four day self driving tours through Limerick City and County. 

Experience Limerick Tours ( 2608 KB )

Kilmallock Cycle Hub Routes

These cycle routes will guide you out to the countryside of farmland and forest surrounding the historic walled town of Kilmallock.

Kilmallock Cycle Hub Routes ( 3820 KB )

Laissez Limerick Vous Surprendre

Bienvenue à Limerick, troisième plus grande ville d'Irlande et capitale de la région de Shannon. Peu de régions peuvent 'enorgueillir d'une ville et de paysages aussi enchanteresques que le comté de Limerick. 

Laissez Limerick Vous Surprendre ( 4210 KB )

Lassen Sie Sich Von Limerick Uberaschen

Willkommen in Limerick, der drittgrößten Stadt Irlands und der Hauptstadt der Shannon-Region. Nur wenige Regionen bieten diese magische Mischung aus lebendiger Stadtatmosphäre und idyllisch-grüner Grafschaft.

Lassen Sie Sich Von Limerick Uberaschen ( 4505 KB )

Limerick City Walking Tours

Let us take you on a tour of historic Limerick. Choose from the Georgian Quarter Tour, People's Park Tour, The Georgian House and Garden Tour, Tour of North Munster Masonic Centre and a tour of Medieval Englishtown.

Limerick City Walking Tours ( 1238 KB )

Limerick Guide 2016

Limerick is a must see destination for 2016! The Limerick Guide has some great ideas on what to see and do during your visit. A Tourism and Marketing Initiative from Southern Marketing Design Media.

Limerick Guide 2016 ( 12006 KB )

Limerick Walking Trails Brochure

Walking is by far the best way to fully absorb all that Limerick has to offer. You’ll be spoilt for choice with everything from the medieval marvels and Georgian grandeur of its city centre, to the gently undulating countryside that varies from the mountains of Ballyhoura in the Golden Vale, the forest paths of Curraghchase and the Clare Glens, the Estuary of the River Shannon in West Limerick, the start of the Lough Derg and Slieve Felim Ways, and walks on the University of Limerick Campus.

Limerick Walking Trails Brochure ( 6513 KB )

Lough Gur I-Trails brochure


Discover the history, mythology and culture of this fascinating heritage area through two unique tours.

Lough Gur I-Trails brochure ( 370 KB )

The N69 Tour

This 2 to 3 day driving route winds its way through the stunning and changing landscapes of West Limerick, to Tarbert in Co Kerry. From Limerick City to the riverside villages of Foynes, Loughill and Glin, this 58 km (36 miles) route offers everything from medieval heritage to outdoor adventure.

N69 Tour Limerick 2012 Brochure ( 1190 KB )

West Limerick Guide

West Limerick Guide ( 7857 KB )

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Lonely Planet, Travel Guide

"Limerick has an intriguing castle, a lively art museum and contemporary cafe culture to go with its uncompromised pubs, as well as locals who go out of their way to welcome you."

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Limerick - Trip Advisor Travellers' Choice Destination 2012

Trip Advisor - Travellers' Choice Destinations 2012 Winner

"Medieval castles and churches give the city a grand feel, while the pubs crawl with lively locals and students who are all craving just one more pint of Guinness." Read more

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