Coisas para fazer em Drogheda
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“Funtasia Waterpark Drogheda features 30,000 square feet of water gushing fun and over 200 water-based activities for all to enjoy. Super slides, fun play areas, toddlers splash and an adult only jacuzzi there is something for all ages at Funtasia Waterpark Drogheda for a fun filled family day out. There is also The Lost World Reptile Zoo open during the summer months.”
“A gorgeous French Gothic church holds a somber, morbid reminder of the religious persecution that scars Ireland’s past. Inside, the preserved head of a saint lies within an intricate shrine that resembles both an ornate cage and an over-sized golden crown. Oliver Plunkett, a 17th-century Irish martyr, became Ireland’s first new saint in nearly 700 years after being canonized in 1975. In 1997, he was deemed the country’s patron saint for peace and reconciliation. ”
“After you have popped in to Dunnes nextdoor and done your shopping-grocery then have a well earned coffee! Also good fruit and veg shop here and florist! ”
“Millmount Fort is without doubt one of the most dominant features of Drogheda, sited as it is atop its great mound, and clearly visible from most parts of the town and the surrounding areas. It was fortified as a motte by the Normans in the 12th century and a castle was later built on its summit. The fort offered Cromwell the strongest resistance he encountered during the siege of 1649.”
“The Black Bull Inn is one of Drogheda's most popular bars and restaurants. It's the perfect spot for breakfast, lunch or dinner and there are 3 bars to relax in.”
“Clean Eating The Bare Food Company is a new café in the centre of Drogheda offering a clean eating experience. One word is at the heart of everything we serve – ‘healthy’. All our dishes are freshly made daily, have no additives or colourings, all food is non-processed and there’s no compromise on taste.”