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Galway is one of Ireland’s great cultural and historic hubs. See a grand medieval townhouse. Admire touring exhibits in a modern museum. Stroll along a promenade and enjoy some of the bay’s surrounding natural sites.
Find Galway’s eight lively inner-city public parks surrounded by shopping streets. Relax in a pub or bar on Galway’s iconic central street. Take a short drive to impressive cliffs and other natural attractions.
Lynch’s Castle is an excellent example of an Irish Gothic-style townhouse. This building was once the residence of one of the most powerful families in Galway. Notice the exquisitely carved gargoyles and the Lynch coat of arms outside the building.
Find the Galway City Museum on the banks of the River Corrib. This modern museum features a collection of objects considered to have major cultural heritage. See touring exhibits of sacred and modern artworks.
Stroll along Quay Street and relax in a charming Irish pub. This central street of Galway is known for its bars, restaurants and shops. Spend an afternoon on Quay Street and enjoy some of Galway’s finest live music.
Discover the Salthill Promenade, located on the northern inner shore of Galway Bay. See the Clare Hills on a clear day. Notice the Aran Islands and Galway Islands on opposite sides of the bay. Walk along the long promenade and glimpse the old fishing village in this lively resort area.
See the imposing Cliffs of Moher, just a short drive from Galway. These cliffs stretch about 5 miles (8 kilometers) along the coast and reach over 700 feet (200 meters) high. Book a bus tour to the cliffs from Galway and see many other significant natural attractions, including The Burren and the Aran Islands.
Shannon Airport and Ireland West Airport Knock are the best way to get to Galway by air; both are about 55 miles (90 kilometers) from Galway. A frequent train service runs from and to Dublin. The journey takes 2-2.5 hours.
With a wide range of natural attractions and a lively creative culture, Galway is the perfect place to visit year-round.
Had another pleasant stay at Jury's for two nights. The executive room was spacious, quiet and had a beautiful view of the river. The facility is spotless, staff friendly and efficient, with convenient indoor parking. It's on a busy pedestrian street with a wide choice of restaurants, shops and pubs. ...
The hotel is in an amazing location, right in the heart of things. It is well maintained and the rooms are nice. We got in late and ended up eating at the bar in the hotel. The food was not great and the service was pretty blah compared to all the other places we were at.
The Maldron was very convenient to the city centre with secure parking in their underground levels. I had an injured leg and was facilitated with a walk in shower. Food was good in the restaurant and the breakfast was excellent. One flaw with the parking was that the sewage pipes from the main toilets ...
Great location with a bus stop outside directly into the city center in less than 10 mins. Our daughter is a coeliac and they were brilliant with huge amount of choices to keep even an 8 year old happy. Would highly recommend and will definitely be staying again next time we venture up to Galway
Great traditional seaside hotel in the 'Grand' style, nice pool and sauna. Staff are a delight and the breakfast, excellent. The hotel room was a little old now, but in very nice condition and very clean.