Waterford: Ireland's Crystal City - Europe Up Close
The oldest population center in Ireland, Waterford is a beautiful medieval city with a long, proud history and a world-famous export: crystal. Waterford was founded in the 9th century by the Vikings. It was invaded by the Anglo-Normans in the 12th century and was the site for several religious battles and a civil war before becoming a tourist hot […]
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Just 3 Miles From The Seaside Town Of Dungarvan on The South East Coast - Dungarvan
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Dungarvan Tourist Information, Co. Waterford, Ireland
The official tourist information web site of Dungarvan Tourism, County Waterford, Ireland. Information on places to visit.
Rainy Day Ireland, Waterford: Vikings, Crystal and Coffee
Ireland’s oldest city, Waterford, is often overlooked in the mad rush west to the Wild Atlantic Way. The economic slump of 2008 hit hard and the subsequent recovery has been anaemic. However, the city is a place of history and culture that definitely deserves a detour. Whereas Dublin may be hip and happening, Waterford has its own brand of down to earth charm. Notwithstanding the occasional drop of rain that falls even in 'Ireland's Sunny South East', you will find plenty of interest here…