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Galway Ireland  (The City of Tribes)

Galway Ireland  (The City of Tribes)

Visiting Galway Ireland is an extraordinary fun for me. It was voted most romantic place in 2016.  The sight of the traditional town, street artist performances, walking along the River Corrib, the glimpse of a fisherman and Salthill flag beaches. Here is a quick guide for a Galway City.

Galway Ireland

 

How to reach Galway Ireland?

You can travel by bus or train from Dublin, Cork, Belfast or any major County. Driving by yourself from Dublin is very smooth from Motorway and hardly took 2.5 hours to reach.

Galway Ireland

Where to stay in Galway Ireland?

It all depends on your choice what you like most? Stay in the City Centre if you are looking for Irish ambiance, music, Pubs and jaunting car experience near Eyre Square.

Galway Ireland

In Summers Salthill is the best fun place to stay next to the beach and easy access to the City Centre.

Galway Ireland

Where to eat in Galway Ireland?

Jungle café Galway is on the unique theme with tropical environment near the Eyre Square. Perfect place for breakfast or to take a quick stop over for a Coffee, Fresh Juices and Smoothies.

Galway Ireland

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Must try in Summers is the fresh Coconut Water in an ideal environment.

Galway Ireland

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My favorite place for a brunch next to the iconic Spanish Arch. This place is splendid for its classic environment with a number of food options for everyone.

Galway Ireland

O’Reilly Bar Kitchen is located in Salthill perfect option for Lunch time. A unique part of this place is it got the best view rooftop bar with a local staff to serve you food of your choice.

Via lovin.ie

Street Food and Music under the same roof is the best combination for a Dinner.  Biteclub is the hub of entertainment. Check this place on Friday night for a perfect night club environment.

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Things-to-do in Galway!

Walk into the street of this beautiful city. Enjoy architecture, environment, culture and amazing street artist.

  • Eyre Square

  • Oscar Wilde & Eduard Vilde Statue

  • Kirwan’s Lane

  • Spanish Arch

  • Lynch’s Castle

It’s one the most impressive houses by the fourteen tribes which ruled the city centuries ago. Lynch Castle interior is worth visiting to experience the essence of this place. Exhibition room opens from Monday to Wednesday and on Fridays.

  • Salmon Wier Bridge

Salmon Wier Bridge is a flawless summers spot which crosses from Cathedral to River Corrib. This place is ideal for catching salmon in the high season.

  • Galway Cathedral

It is one of the Ireland’s largest church made from stones. Galway Cathedral has one of the most stunning architecture, Rose Windows and wall paintings.

 

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  • The Bridge Mills

This bridge is on the bank of the River Corrib. It is 430 years old and now the centre for language, skill based projects and art.

Galway Ireland

  • Salthill

Life is better at Beach !! What are you waiting for ?? Salthill is very nearby Galway city and ideal to unwind your day.

For me, it is a perfect escape from a Dubliner’s life. Galway is a perfect place to experience Irish medieval environment, colorful buildings, Rivers and Nearby Seaside. And Yes !!! This is the Same place by Ed Sheeran song <<Galway Girl>> Must Watch to swing your Mood On !!

 

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73 Comments

  1. Diana

    I can see why it’s voted as most romantic!! The Spanish Bridge looks beautiful! Cheers

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  2. Theresa

    Those photos make me want to book a trip to Ireland right away. I think you really captured the place and the vibe well.

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  3. Courtney Coughlan

    Thanks for so many choices to see and do in Galway! I’ve been to Dublin and a little bit around rural Ireland but never made it to Galway unfortunately. Your article made me feel like I need to go back though!

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  4. PossesstheWorld

    Galway is such a beautiful and cultured city, we love it more with each visit

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  5. Maria

    Such a lovely place! Your pictures are so vibrant they made me wish I would go to Ireland right now!

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  6. amit

    I have a friend who is from Galway and he’s says the same as you about it. I must visit him and Galway sometime. I could spend all day at O’Reilly Bar Kitchen haha

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  7. Edith

    Ah! Everything looks so awesome by the look of your pictures. I had never heard of Galaway but I’ll have to look more into. Would definitely like to visit this cute place next year when I travel to that side of the world.

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  8. Shaily

    Stunning photos capturing the amazing beauty of Ireland! Very helpful tips and suggestions! The tropical theme of Jungle Cafe, mesmerizing beaches, fascinating Lynch’s Castle, majestic cathedral and colourful markets – everything looks so extraordinary. Added to my travel bucket! 🙂

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  9. Ambuj saxena

    I wasn’t aware that Galway Ireland was voted one of the most romantic places. Well your blog post amply explains why! Loved the nightclub and tge biteclub .

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  10. carlinn

    Looks lovely! My boyfriend actually lived there for a year before I met him back in 2001!

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  11. Alicia Fowler

    I love Ireland — land of potatoes! 😉 Beautiful write up of Galway. I haven’t been in ages but I recall it having the medieval and Celtic charm you’ve captured. It looks like you had a fantastic time. Saving this list for my next trip to Ireland!

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  12. Anushka aggarwal

    Galway looks so amazing, your pictures are just superb, thanks for sharing this post 🙂

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  13. Petya Miteva

    How cool is that! It looks so romantic and the song at the end fully describes everything. It was not on my list – but definitely I want to go now!

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  14. DIGITAL TRAVEL GURU

    I have been to Galway and it is really such a stunning place to visit. Thanks for sharing your lovely photos that reminded me of my time there. May have to visit again now.

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  15. DTG

    I have been to Galway and it is a truly a beautiful place to visit. Thanks for sharing such wonderful photos that reminded me of my time there.. I may have to visit again.

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  16. Katie

    Ireland is a place I have never visited and really should – particularly as my new in-laws are from Ireland! Looks like a great place with lots of choices to visit!

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  17. Jordan SInclair

    I love that you were able to explore Galway and share your time and insights with us. Often time, people go to Dublin and Shannon only. I’ve never visited Galway but I know I have to now! Great post!

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