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Viking Places to Visit in Ireland
The main Viking interpretive centres, activities and Viking heritage trails in Ireland include:
Dublinia, Dublin City
Viking Splash Tours, Dublin City
The National Heritage Park, Wexford Town
Red Viking Bus Tours, Limerick City
See below to see more county-by-county sites and trips through Viking Ireland!
Visiting Dublin today is to visit a city founded by Vikings in the 9th century! Walking along the streets means following in the footsteps of these intrepid seafaring people. Apart from these streets and sites we can recommend places to go to complete you Viking experience in Dublin. ...read more
The Vikings came to Limerick sometime in early 9th century and one can only imagine their slow progress up the Shannon estuary. Village and monastic settlements along its banks, ...read more
Waterford City and county include several interesting sites to visit, some historically important in relation to Viking Ireland, and others that offer the opportunity to explore the beautiful south east and its stunning coastline. ...read more
Wexford’s location on the south east coast of Ireland between the two Viking strongholds of Dublin and Waterford meant that it was greatly influenced by the power struggles that played out between Irish and Viking Kings. Its beaches and natural harbour were a welcome haven ...read more
The Danish were primarily traders and the port settlement in Cork was active and significant as one could travel from here to mainland Europe and many goods were imported (wine and salt) as well as exported. Meat, hides and slaves were thought to have been a large part of Irish exports at the time. ...read more
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