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Waterford Viking Triangle is the cultural and historic centre of Waterford, Ireland's oldest city, where in 914 A.D. the Vikings first settled. It is a tranquil place, characterised by narrow streets, historic architecture, atmospheric public spaces...more
High Street and Henrietta Street, Waterford, Ireland
All reviews reginald's tower medieval museum wonderful area official tour long boat waterford crystal interesting walk guided walking tour compact area oldest city bishop's palace lots of history walk around steeped in history worth a visit waterford factory on display
This is a neat area of town. Several things to see and do. Lots of Viking history in Waterford. Close to Waterford Crystal as well. Old buildings to see. You can easily walk around town. Close public parking for a very small fee.
We just had a few moments to be able to walk around the Viking triangle before leaving Waterford and we actually had a great time reading all of the plaques and seeing each different segment of history displayed. Even though we do not going to...More
An Epic location steeped in Viking history Waterford is Ireland's oldest City and sitting on the river suir, Reginald's tower still as it was during the Viking reign and bearing the scars of attacks from the River. I visited in the evening as the light...More
Spent a day in Waterford touring and about 2 hours checking things out all around adjoining streets. We tried to get into the museum however it was sold out. You would be wise to book ahead if you are planning a visit.
Its a lovely city to walk around and to learn about its history.
Its an easy walk with lots of pubs, hotels and cafes to stop at. The view of the river is nice on a sunny day. You can go uo small cobble stone...More
Stopped at the tourism office about 4:45 the evening we arrived in town. Gentleman was very helpful. Provided us a map as we asked if there was anything self-guided we could do. He suggested the Viking Triangle. We thoroughly enjoyed the walk and stopping at...More