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Tipperary is Ireland's largest inland county and is known for its rich scenery comprised of plains, mountains, hills and river valleys. Despite having a rich history, Tipperary has few ancient remains but has plenty of Christian and medieval ruins.
You could hire a car to see Ireland and Tipperary by road. If car hire in Ireland isn’t for you, Tipperary is accessible by both bus and rail.
Air access to Tipperary is available through the short drive to Shannon International Airport in County Clare. Fans of outdoor activities can look forward to horse riding, cycling, walking, boating and fishing.
Car hire in Tipperary
Our Car rental services section provides all information about
Car Hire and Rental in Dublin and Tipperary. We have compiled a list of fleet available for hiring, and a list of car rental offices in Ireland.
You will find low cost car hire all over Ireland. You can easily book your car online or get an instant quote.
Restaurants in Tipperary
During the recent years, many new restaurants have sprung up in Dublin.
These restaurants offer a wide range of cuisines and attract tourists from all parts of the world.
Reserve a restaurant in Dublin now.
Hotels in Tipperary
Browse through Ireland's Tipperary Hotel Guide to resolve all your worries about selecting a hotel,
according to your budget and style in this amazingly beautiful place. Ranging from 2 star cheap Tipperary hotels to 5 star luxury hotels,
Tipperary Hotels in Ireland provide every comfort and facility.
Golf in Tipperary
Ireland is a place of breathtaking scenery and friendly people, not to forget home of the world's best golf courses. Browse around and see what we have to offer in our Dublin Golf Guide.
The mighty Shannon River passes through Tipperary, with Lough Derg being the largest of its three lakes. Walkers will enjoy Tipperary’s great uplands of forest and bog in the mountain ranges of Knockmealdown and Comeragh. Another fine place for walking is Ballymacarbry on the River Nier, while anglers will appreciate the brown trout available in River Suir.
The most beautiful of the lush mountains in Tipperary is the Devil's Bit, which according to legend, had a chunk bitten off by the Devil when he passed over Ireland. The Devil spat out the chunk and that chunk is now known as the Rock of Cashel.
It is said to be the seat of the Kings of Munster. Almost 2000 years old, it is the most famous historical site in Tipperary, featuring a round tower, Cormac's Chapel, folk theatre, craft centre and information centre.
There's so much to see and do when you visit Tipperary. For example:
• Catch some horse racing at Thurles, Tipperary town and Clonmel
• Sample the night life in Clonmel, Tipperary's largest town
• Learn about the Great Famine at St Mary's Famine Museum
• Admire the Cistercian buildings of the Holy Cross Abbey near Thurles
• Explore the magnificence of Ormond Castle in Carrick-on-Suir
• Get educated about craft techniques and products at the Craft Granary in Cahir
• Behold the impressive structure of Cahir Castle.
If you want to enjoy Tipperary at your leisure, see it by road. Book car hire in Ireland and drive around this magnificent country.