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Nearby Restaurants

  • The D
    Cotation :
    Type de cuisine : Traditional

  • Conyngham Arms
    Cotation :
    Type de cuisine : Traditional

  • The Kitchen
    Cotation :
    Type de cuisine : other world kitchens

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Brú Na Bóinne
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The stretch of valley between Drogheda and Slane, Brú na Bóinne (Gaelic for Palace of the Boyne) is home to spectacular megalithic tombs dating back more than 5 000 years. Some 40 burial places have been identified, but only three have been systematically excavated. The site is strewn with other monuments: stone circles, menhirs and medieval buildings, so many vestiges of the civilisations that have succeeded each other in Ireland over close to 6 000 years.

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Opening hours :

  • [early Jun-mid Sep: 9am-7pm; May and mid -end Sep: 9am-6.30pm; Feb-Apr and Oct: 9.30am-5.30pm; rest of year: 9.30am-5pm]

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