Barrow Princess River Cruise

Barrow Princess River Cruise

The Barrow Princess River Cruise is an exceptional journey through time, taking you on a scenic voyage from the quaint town of New Ross to the historic city of Waterford. As you travel down the River Barrow, you'll be immersed in the rich culture and mythology of the ancient Celts, while also experiencing the modern-day affiliations that make this region so unique.

The River Barrow, which is the second-longest river in Ireland, has played a significant role in the country's history. As you embark on the Barrow Princess River Cruise, you'll learn about the legends and myths that surround this waterway, including the story of Fionn MacCumhail, the great warrior of Irish mythology who was said to have swum in the river to prove his strength.

The journey also takes you through the heart of Ireland's Ancient East, an area steeped in history and home to some of the country's most significant ancient sites. You'll pass by the remains of castles and forts that date back centuries, and learn about the rich heritage of the region.

As you approach Waterford City, you'll see firsthand the impact of the Viking invasion on Ireland's history. The city was founded by the Vikings in 914 AD, and it's still possible to see their influence today in the architecture and layout of the city.

Once you arrive in Waterford, you'll have the opportunity to explore the city and its many attractions. The Waterford Crystal Factory, where some of the world's most exquisite crystal is made, is a must-visit destination. You'll also have the chance to see the 13th-century Reginald's Tower, which has played an essential role in Waterford's history for centuries.

The Barrow Princess River Cruise is a unique trip through Irish history, showcasing the best of Ireland's Ancient East. From the Celtic lore that surrounds the River Barrow to the modern-day affiliations of Waterford City, this journey is a one-of-a-kind experience that will stay with you long after you leave.

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