South East Ireland Tourism
Travel guide to Ireland's south east
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More About Kilkenny

Whether you're a history buff, or a sporting fanatic, a shopaholic or you simply enjoy spending time getting to know a new place rich, Kilkenny can satisfy your particular tastes. Below are guides to the highlights that Kilkenny has to offer.

History of Kilkenny

History of Kilkenny

Pre-historic portal dolmens, Iron Age earth works, early Ogham stones, a plethora of early Christian monastic sites, Anglo-Norman defensive towers, imposing castles, Elizabethan manor houses and Georgian estate houses, help recall the story of a county and of a city that is rich in history and tradition. More details +
 
Towns Kilkenny
Kilkenny Shopping Guide

Kilkenny Shopping Guide

When you’ve finished exploring this wonderful medieval city, why not indulge in a bit of shopping? Kilkenny was always a thriving merchant town, so it really is no wonder that it has a reputation as one of the best destinations for shopping in the south east. More details +
 
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Kilkenny's Top Festivals

Kilkenny's Top Festivals

If you’re thinking of heading here while in Ireland why not make your trip coincide with one of its festivals. Kilkenny boasts some of the top festivals in Ireland and there really is something here to suit everyone whether you enjoy music festivals, food festivals or art festivals.More details +
 
Best of Kilkenny
Things To Do in County Kilkenny

Things To Do in County Kilkenny

a popular destination for fishermen, golfers, hikers and walkers who take the beautiful South Leinster Way walk through the county. Here we take a glimpse some other fun activities you can get up to while in Kilkenny.More details +
 
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Top Attractions in Kilkenny City

Top Attractions in Kilkenny City

Kilkenny is widely regarded as ‘The Historic Capital of Ireland’ and it’s no wonder why with its wide range of historic attractions, most of which are attributed to the Normans. More details +
 

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