Waterford is the home of the famous eponymous crystal factory. That’s worth seeing in on it’s own. Did you know that Waterford (the company, not the city) makes their crystal almost entirely by hand. No wonder it’s so expensive. Beautiful and hand-made.

But there’s a lot more to see in the city: Museums, a tower, remnants of medieval and viking structures, rivers, cathedrals, and more.

I could go on and on, but I won’t because I wrote about it in the posts linked here. Please read them if you’re interested. If you’re not interested, then what the heck are you even doing here?

It’s a big internet out there. I’m sure you can find something you’ll enjoy. But why not start with the links below, just in case your disinterest is misplaced?

This is a subcategory of “Ireland,” which is a sub-subcategory of “Europe.”

Waterford to Cork

Before I left for Ireland, I bought a ticket on a 10:25 a.m. bus from Waterford to Cork for today. The bus line is called...

Waterford, Crystal Clear

Today, I took a train from Kilkenny to Waterford, leaving at about a quarter to noon. It’s not much more than a half-hour trip, so...