• Galway Streets - The Latin Quarter - Top Things to Do in Galway City
    Attractions,  Guides

    Things to do in Galway

    No matter which of Galway’s wonderful collection of motley festivals you’re headed to, you’re in for a cracking time. But the fun doesn’t need to end there. With its mash up of traditional life and a vibrant contemporary arts scene, this city has endless treats in store for you. We’ve picked 10 to whet your appetite and get you started.  Meander through Galway’s Latin Quarter. Bursting with buskers and locally owned boutiques, cafés and restaurants, this area boasts some of Galway’s most loved pubs – perfect for a pint and a music session. There’s no better way to absorb Galway’s ancient atmosphere than a trip to St Nicholas’s medieval parish…

  • Arts & Culture,  Neighbourhood

    7 Hidden Gems to Discover in Galway City

    7 Hidden Gems to discover and things to do off the beaten path in Galway City;  from food tours, markets and experiences that enrich and enhance your stay in Galway. 1. Loose yourself in a Bookstore… Charlie Byrnes Bookshop  – A hidden treasure trove full of gems to be discovered. Brimming with books on every imaginable subject, Charlie Byrne’s is Ireland’s best-loved independent bookshop, a book lovers paradise with a higgledy-piggledy layout and somewhere you may need an afternoon to browse at your leisure. 2.Tiny Traders Market Off the beaten track, located in Áras na Gael on Dominick Street, the Tiny Traders Market is not to be missed every Saturday. With…

  • Galway City Sample Itinerary with Group taking a tour in Galway City Centre
    Arts & Culture,  Festivals

    Summer Vibes in the City of the Tribes…

    Summer Vibes in the ‘City of the Tribes’ Galway comes alive each summer, with festival after festival. Celebrating everything from maritime culture, to street theatre and horse racing. Galway is overflowing with history, music, arts and culture ready for you to discover. A short stroll down the winding streets our small city brings you into another world. Dubbed ‘Ireland’s most Charming City’ by The New York Times and ‘World’s Friendliest City’ by US magazine Travel & Leisure you soon discover it’s infectious charm and relaxed, bohemian vibe. Plus, if you happen to be in Galway for one of our festivals, you’ll meet with the locals, have the craic and make…

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