Discover Galway City

Galway has something for everyone. There are an excellent bus and tour coach hire services for exploring the many wondrous sights Galway has to offer. City sights should include places such as Lynch’s Castle, a medievel townhouse in Shop Street, Galway Cathedral which was opened in 1965 and Hotel Meyrick, a limestone building built in 1845 by the Great Southern Railway Company, located in Eyre Square.

Also worth a visit is the splendid Galway City Museum, suitated befind the famous Spanish Arch. If you’re visiting in August maybe back a horse of two at the world famous Galway Races, or in July visit the Galway Arts Festival for lots of creative fun (suitable for families).

Surrounding Landscape

Galway City offers easy access to some of Connacht’s most beautiful unspoilt landscape. Enjoy a day trip and visit Lough Corrib lake and the unique and picturesque Connemara as well as Galway’s Atlantic coastline. Galway’s limestone landscape and changing light presents fantastic views for visitors and photographers.

Food & Entertainment In The City

After a day of fresh air and fun it’s time to settle down to enjoy a drink with friends in some of the city’s many bars. If you’re looking for a traditional pub and music visit The Crane on Sea Road, or the popular Roisin Dubh, which offers different events during the week including live music and comedy. There are many other pubs and clubs to choose from, too many to mention here so you’ll just have to try them yourself.

You will be spoilt for choice when dining out. Galway offers excellent food with cuisines from local dishes to recipes from around the world presented by some of the best chefs in the Connacht Province. There are restaurants; café and pub grub menus for all budgets. Check out Cava Spanish Restaurant & Tapas Bar near Shop Street and Quay Street, Tigh Neachtain & Artisan Restaurant which is Galways oldest pub and Oscars Bistro near the city centre. There are many more places to eat out in Galway, just follow your taste buds!

Enjoy Your Visit To Galway City in the “Land Of The Tribes”.

Munday Galway Girl