Dr. Bill O' Gorman, from WIT, speaking about this site on WLR

Friday, January 29, 2010

A look at Waterford City

Located on the sunny south east coast of Ireland, Waterford city was established in Viking times and still has an exciting medieval flavour and riverside bustle.

Visit the Waterford Museum of Treasures or take the Waterford Walking Tour to get a taste of this history. Prepare to be amazed by the exquisite craftsmanship on display in The Waterford Crystal Visitor Centre or vist Christ Church Cathedral Enjoy a traditional Irish music session in one of the many bar's in the city or savour fine Irish cuisine in one of the many restaurants.

Tramore has a truly spectacular beach, a fun park and the Splashworld indoor water park is fun for kiddies and parents alike. Dunmore East is a popular destination with a beautiful tranquil town and fishing harbour as well as water sports and the annual Bluegrass Festival.

Check out the exciting Spraoi festival over the August back holiday with its breathtaking street entertainment and don’t miss the Tramore Races. Enjoy a range of activities including, fantastic golf courses, angling, horseriding, cycling and walking. Waterford hosted the Tall Ships festival in 2005 and they’re back again in 2011!

A natural playground for cycling, golf, walking, equestrian, and watersports enthusiasts, Waterford offers the complete holiday experience.

For more information on visiting in the southeast region go to discover Ireland

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