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Limerick Stag Do, Party & Weekend Activities

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Limerick Stag Weekend


Limerick is one of the popular stag party destinations in Ireland. The river Shannon the longest river in Ireland, flows through the city, hens that...

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e to spend their last few days of freedom in this town are in for a one off experience. Most people in Ireland will tell you they were at some point in time, in Limerick. Each year there are stag parties back for the simple reason - they provide everything a stag party needs. Food, drink, crack, activities and accommodation. The good thing about choosing Limerick is your stag night is that you are guaranteed to meet other stags there. You must be made aware you will not be the only stag party in the town.


Culture:


Limerick city offers a wide variety for you to see and do! Historical sites tell the story of the City and of Ireland like the Kings castle, places offer nice comfort and relaxation, and the list goes on' Famous for: There is a combination of a busy city with the beautiful Shannon River flowing though the city. This makes Limerick City very attractive as a stag party destination as it means it has all the facilities of a busy City but the views of the countryside.


Travel:


Limerick City is on the N7 from Dublin to Limerick. It's accessible from most of the Midlands, Dublin, Cork and Galway. Its location also makes Limerick City popular. From the North of Ireland it's only 3 hours from Belfast, again making it a popular stag party choice.


Stag ideas:


Limerick City is quickly becoming one of the most popular cities in Ireland for weekend breaks and stag parties. You have the option to spend the night downing some drinks or dancing the night away. That's not all as this city has a lot more to offer. If having your night out horse racing or at the greyhound track does not appeal to you, there are lots of other bars and nightclubs in town that you can choose from. Aside from having a lot of possible venues for your stag night, this city also has a wide variety of facilities to choose from that offer different outdoor activities like hill walking, swimming, and other water sports.


Night Life:


Limerick city offer brilliant selection of top class restaurants, nightclubs, bars and pubs to rival any in Ireland. Nightclubs in Limerick city are stag friendly and there are a couple to choose from. Here are only a few examples of places to go: Clohessys Sin Bin Night Club, Smyths Night Club.


Overview:


Situated just two hours from Dublin and one hour thirty minutes from Cork and Galway, On the shores of the majestic River Shannon, and is the third largest city in the Republic of Ireland the City of Limerick where the river flows through the city and you can go cruising on the Shannon. Limerick City is home to the Munster rugby team, this is where they play there home games, visitors from near and far come to watch them play, the city is ideally situated at the gateway to the river Shannon to the south. Limerick is renowned for its friendly people, attractive streetscapes, traditional shop fronts, visitors are assured of a warm welcome and an enjoyable stay in this city.


History:


The history of Limerick dates back to its creation by the Vikings, which was a walled city on King's Island (an island in the River Shannon). A castle was built with the orders coming directly from King John in 1200. It was besieged 3 separate times in the 17th century, resulting in the famous Treaty of Limerick and the flight of the defeated Catholic leaders abroad.


Food: Locke Bar, Seafood Pub and oyster house restaurant, city centre. Cornstore Restaurant, Steaks and seafood restaurant, city centre. Bobby Byrnes Bar, Restaurant and Bar, city centre. Aubars, Bar and Nightclub, city centre.

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