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FOODIE FANATICS, DINE OUT DIE-HARDS, CRAFT BEER CONNOISSEURS AND CULTURE VULTURES MARK YOUR CALENDARS!  Waterford – Ireland’s No. 1 Foodie Destination – will be running a week-long citywide celebration all things dine & wine from Monday September 6th to Sunday September 12th 2021. Brought to you by Waterford City and County Council, expect 7 days of …

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Three museums within a few paces of each other tell the 1100 year old story of Waterford from its foundation in 914 by Viking sea pirates. The massive stone fortress Reginald’s Tower houses Waterford’s Viking Treasures. Ireland’s only Medieval Museum showcases spectacular treasures from the Middle Ages. The elegant 1743 Bishop’s Palace is the home of the Treasures of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.

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Purple Flag Waterford partnering with WIT Students Union and working with local venues launched an ‘Ask For Angela’ campaign – a simple code-word campaign for people feeling unsafe while on a night out. The campaign welcomed by local venue owners and managers as a positive step in raising the perception of safety in Waterford, will be fully in place for the busy Christmas party season.

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The City will bloom once again this year. Waterford Business Group and Tidy Towns who are behind the initiative have arranged for 160 floral displays and baskets through-out the city. As a team, the floral display is always recognition for the businesses and the community groups both young and old working together and all of …

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“Ireland’s Oldest City and home to the first St Patrick’s Day Parade ever held in Ireland in 1903 ” weloveireland.ie Where else would we be heading to other than County Waterford this St. Patrick’s Day ? Watch Full Stream Here – We Love Ireland St. Patrick’s Day Live Stream Follow We Love Ireland  instagram-/weloveireland.ie_official/ Facebook-/Weloveireland.ie/ Twitter-/followireland/

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The Many Names of Waterford Port Lairge: The Irish name for Waterford which translated means ‘leg shaped river’, from the air it is obvious where this name came from. Cuan-na-Grian: The ancient Celtic name for Waterford was “Cuan na Graí” or “The Harbour of the Sun”. If you have ever travelled up the river at …

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Waterford City and County Council and the imaginative use of the latest virtual reality technology the momentous epic story of Reginald, King of the Vikings, is spectacularly brought to life. This Viking Virtual Reality Adventure is a world first and is located in a reproduction Waterford Viking house in Bailey’s
New Street, just three minutes walk from Reginald’s Tower, at the very apex of the City’s Viking Triangle, where Reginald built his fort in 917.

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