Drogheda, Ireland’s largest town, sits beautifully on the banks of the River Boyne – an historic town in Ireland’s Ancient East at the heart of the blossoming food producing area of the Boyne Valley.

An hour from Ireland’s capital, Dublin, and 90 minutes from Belfast, this town is where one of us grew up and also where we went back to after our four years in London. An award-winning foodie destination town in Ireland, here’s what’s special about this large town in Ireland’s littlest county and why it’s worth visiting Drogheda.

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