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Galway City


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Cathair na Gaillimhe
Galway, Galway

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"To illustrate further; between Ennis and Galway City (on the west coast) many people have planted palm trees in their yards."  See More

"If you go to Galway City (and it's a great city) think about driving further out along the coast to Connemara - it's a stunning place and drive the Sky Road from Clifden The North West coast of County Donegal is lovely with some amazing beaches."  See More

"This is Doolin a great stop near the Cliffs of Moher also check out Galway City, Lehinch, a popular stop is Killarney."  See More

"Cork Killarney Belfast Kilkenny Westport (Ireland) Wexford Galway City) so you could do some travelling by rail on your own, if you like."  See More

"Also, plan at least a day in Galway City."  See More

"In Galway City visit the Latin Quarter Wine Bar and Bistro for good food and nice wine."  See More

"As for other places - Visit Galway City (HUGE must) and Cork."  See More

"I've spent some good weekends in Galway City."  See More

"In the center of Galway City you will also find small interesting shops."  See More

"Dublin and Galway City have all the UK, Swedish and Spanish chain stores on the main streets."  See More

"Galway City is a very cultural city with lots of diverse music."  See More

"Hi Janis: Just new to Trippy but know Galway City like the back of my hand."  See More

"The Aran Islands and the Cliffs of Moher are two musts for Galway City."  See More

"Dublin, Cork and Galway City are interesting cities with lots to do and see."  See More

"Don't miss to visit the west coast, so go to Galway City, Cliffs of Moher."  See More

"Spend one or two days in the medieval city of Kilkenny and make time to visit t bohemian Galway City too."  See More

"After visiting Galway City, I wished we would have stayed there instead of Dublin!"  See More

"I love the west coast there's now a route you can follow called the Wild Atlantic Way, brings you to the highlights of the west coast, Kerry is a must see, the Cliffs of Moher, west Galway City."  See More

"You can catch a tour bus and ferry from Galway City."  See More

"The Cliffs of Moher are a must do, though to be honest there's not a ton of accommodation in the town of Liscannor--be sure to start researching right away, or take a look at Galway City or Limerick--the nearest bigger cities."  See More

"If you take this route you are already halfway to Galway City, from Dublin to Galway this will take over 4 hours so you can end your day trip for a night in Galway to then explore."  See More

"Galway is a long way from Derry, so stop in Donegal and Sligo (or Belleek - mom would Love the pottery), then overnight in Westport, a lovely town not too far from Galway City."  See More

"2/3 days there would suffice and head back to the Republic heading west for Galway City/ Clare and down this way towards Munster."  See More

"Sligo & Galway City are lovely cities to visit."  See More

"Particularly the Galway City area and the Dingle Peninsula."  See More

"My suggestion is to do at least a day trip to Galway City in Ireland!"  See More

"Try one night in Dublin, one night in Galway City and a day trip/overnight or two to Connemara or the Burren National Park for out of this world coastal scenery."  See More

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Hotels nearby:
  1. Park House Hotel
  2. CityPoint Apartments
  3. Barnacles Quay Street House
  4. Jurys Inn Galway
  5. Menlo Park Hotel



Things to do nearby:
  1. Eyre Square
  2. Spanish Arch
  3. Dun Aengus House



Restaurants nearby:
  1. Tig Coili
  2. McDonagh's
  3. Róisín Dubh
  4. Crane Bar



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