Limerick (Gaelic: Luimneach)  is a city in the southwest of Ireland.
Limerick is probably Ireland's last unspoiled city. From a tourist point of view it might not seem to hold the same allure as Cork or Galway, but it is a perfect vantage point to view the Irish culture and the way in which "the Irish" behave when they are not being "observed". Only twenty minutes by bus from Shannon Airport, Limerick is well worth spending a few hours in at least.
Limerick is a twenty minute bus ride from Shannon Airport (Irelands second airport)
Bus services run to Limerick from Cork, Galway and Dublin.
Bus Eireann  operates services that call at Limerick City's Colbert Station.
Train services run from Dublin and Cork.
Irish Rail  operate services that stop at Limerick City's Colbert Station.
Public Bus services are available in Limerick but the city is quite contained and everything is within walking distance.
- King John's Castle, located on King's Island (in the heart of Limerick City),  Open: 10-16.30 Jan/Feb/Nov/Dec, 9.30-17.00 Mar/Apr, 9.30-17.30 May–Oct.
- The Hunt Museum, Rutland Street, phone: +353 61 312 833 (email:, fax +353 61 312834)  Open 10-17:00 Mon-Sat, 14:00–17:00 Sun. (Adults €7.20, Concessions €5.80, Children €3.50)
- St Mary's Cathedral located on King's Island, phone: +353 61 416 238, 
- Downtown Georgian architecture
- Thomond Park, one of the Rugby world's most feared cauldrons.
- Crescent Shopping Centre, Dooradoyle
- Cruises Street, City Centre
Texas Steak House.
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The Grove, Upper Cecil Street for yummy vegetarian food
- Nancy Blake's Pub, Denmark Street.
- Tom Collins's Oyster Saloon, Cecil Street (genuine old man's pub)
- Dolans Bar, Dock road. Traditional Irish bar with live music www.dolanspub.com/
- Gleeson's ("The White House"), O'Connell Street.
- Collins Bar, Dooradoyle
- ""Trinity Rooms"". City Centre (3 room superclub & live venue)
- The Clarion, 
- Glin Castle, 
- Old Bank B&B, 
- Castletroy Park Hotel, 
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