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Killaloe, Ireland
Killaloe is a large village in east County Clare, Ireland, situated in the midwest of Ireland. The village is on the south end of Lough Derg, while the settlement spreads across the River Shannon, with the County Tipperary side known as Ballina. The surrounding area is popular for hill-walking.

Killaloe, on the Clare side of the river, is made up of charming narrow streets, flanked by old shops along the steep hill looking down over the 13th century cathedral. The town was home to Brian Boru, the High King who united Ireland against the Vikings, so this picture perfect town with its Victorian streets and old canal banks was once capital of all Ireland.

Things to See & Do

* Brian Boru Heritage Centre
* St. Flannan’s Cathedral
* St. Flannan’s Well
* Tobermurragh Well
* Harry Clarke Stained Glass Window

General Information

Cruise Season – March - Dec
Currency – Euro
Language – Irish, English
Population – 1,100 approx
Electricity – 2 round pins European style
Time – UTC plus zero hours
International Country Telephone Code – + 353

Travel Links – Shannon Airport, which is in County Clare is one of the three primary international airports that serve Ireland along with Dublin Airport and Cork Airport. The airport is ideally located in County Clare and easily accessible from both Limerick City and Ennis

Bus Eireann operates a comprehensive network of bus service to and from destinations in County Clare.

There is a ferry service from Tarbert, County Kerry to Killimer every half hour. This cuts out the need to travel through Limerick City to get into Clare, if you are coming from the south of Ireland.
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