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Limerick 11 summer campaign highlights what’s on offer for holidaymakers



Limerick 11 Summer Campaign – Pictured is Limerick’s historic King John’s Castle.

Limerick has an unrivalled reputation as an incredible value destination with a wide range of activities

Take in the Treaty County’s beauty on the Limerick Greenway. Photo by Sean Curtin/ True Media.

People planning on taking a late summer/early autumn break would be advised to check out Limerick’s unrivalled reputation as an incredible value destination with a wide range of activities and experiences on offer.

As promoted in the Limerick 11 summer campaign, Limerick has something to suit everyone.


From immersing yourself in the county’s fascinating history to cycling along Limerick Greenway, enjoying a vibrant city break with lots to do and see, to a more relaxed stay in a rural setting, Limerick has it all. And what’s more, Limerick has incredible value.

Limerick City and County Council want you to discover new adventures, escape to the great outdoors and uncover the sights, sounds and secrets of Limerick city and county.

As part of Summer 2022 in Limerick, the Marketing and Communications Department of Limerick Council has curated 11 great itineraries, each as enjoyable and accessible as the next, for visitors to check out and enjoy when they arrive.

Meanwhile, almost 11,000 entries were received as part of the Limerick 11 Summer Campaign competition which highlights the large and eager audience available who would like to holiday and visit Limerick.

The competition element of the campaign included not-to-be-missed and unique prizes consisting of visitor experiences, accommodation packages, retail, attraction and amenity vouchers, from stakeholders across Limerick city and county.

Limerick 11 Summer Campaign gives a special nod to a rich heritage dating back all the way to the 10th century when the Vikings first landed on our shores.

This authentic and rich history is used as a springboard to showcase what Limerick has to offer to visitors and tourists alike today.

Head of Marketing & Communications with Limerick City and County Council Donn O’Sullivan said: “There is incredible value for visitors in Limerick, and we would encourage those thinking of a late summer or early autumn break to put Limerick at the top of their list. We have a rich and varied history, dating back centuries, for people to discover.”

“The Limerick 11 campaign successfully highlights the activities and experiences on offer and we want to remind people that Limerick city and county continues to be a top destination as we look to the Autumn”.

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Richard is a presenter, producer, songwriter and actor. He was named the Limerick Person of the Year (2011) and won an online award at the Metro Éireann Media and Multicultural Awards (2011) for promoting multi-culturalism online. Richard says that the concept is very much a community driven project that aims to document life in Limerick. So, that in 20 years time people can look back and remember the events that were making the headlines.