How would you like to spend your day in Limerick? Well, Limerick is a city that is found in Ireland. It is one of the best holiday destinations you can go to if you are looking to spend your holiday in Ireland. The best part about Ireland is that it is a country that is known for a lot of good things. Did you know that John F Kennedy, who was one of America’s best presidents descended from Ireland? His grandfather actually lived there. Here are 5 Things To Do In Limerick when you are on a holiday or a business trip.
Visit the Milk Market
Would you like to enjoy some fried Celtic eggs and some black pudding? Well, I know right now you are salivating at the thought of enjoying such a delicacy. The good news is that there is a place in Limerick city that is known for serving the best eggs. It is the fabulous Milk Market. The eggs are prepared by wrapping them with sausage meat and then rolling it in breadcrumbs before deep frying. Everyone who visits Limerick always loves eating them.
Discover Some Great Art
While in Limerick, you can also take some time to go out to the Limerick City Gallery of Art and get to discover some superb collection of paintings that have been created by Irish artists. The Irish art gallery is home to some of the best arts ever created by Irish artists from Sean Keating to Jack B Yeats.
Read some Poetry
The White House is the oldest pub in Limerick city. It is known for being a favorite place for poets, wits, and writers. Even the Irish president himself Michael D Higgins, used to recite poems in the White House. You may even hear a “Limerick” poem being recited.
Visit Famous Writers
While at Limerick, you can explore the city by visiting the old school of Pulitzer Prize-winning author Frank McCourt. The school is located in the heart of Limerick city. Currently, the school is now a museum which is dedicated to the man himself.
Watch the Try of All Tries
There is a park in Limerick known as Thomond Park. This park is very iconic. This is because it is in this park where Munster made history when they beat All Backs 12-0 in 1978. You can get a feel of Limerick’s sporting culture by touring the stadium and seeing the dugout.…