Galway or “The City of the Tribes” as it is better known locally, is renowned nationally and internationally for it arts and culture scene. The past is brought to life on the streets with a wealth of exciting Galway attractions and heritage sites to explore.
Hen Party Packages
It is important to have one last night out before you say “I do”. Take a break from planning the big day and relax and unwind with your closest friends for an unforgettable Hen Party.
Looking for something fun to do while in Galway? There's a range of great group activities you can enjoy on your trip whether you are looking for something challenging or just a fun game, there is something for all to take part in.
By foot, water, wheels there are so many options to choose from to see Galway in a traditional or quirky way to do so. Enjoy the serene atmosphere of the coastal waters to the bustling streets of Galway.
If you are looking for an enjoyable family break then look no further than Maldron Hotel Sandy Road Galway. From ball pits to go karting, Galway is just bursting with family-friendly entertainment that the whole family can enjoy.
Galway offers a wide range of sporting activities for all ages. The beautiful landscape in the area presents many opportunities to enjoy the outdoors such as walking, hiking, orienteering, birdwatch, boating, canoeing along with some Galway favourites like greyhound racing and Connacht rugby.
Galway city is host to a variety of local attractions. Visitors can enjoy street performers and the remnants of the medieval town walls which are home to museums and cultural sites. These attractions can be enjoyed by both young and old, including Brigit’s Garden, Kylemore Abbey, Lough Corrib Princess, Galway City Museum, Galway City Arts Centre, Spanish Arch and Eyre Square.
Galway county is located on the western coast of Ireland and has some of the most beautiful sites that Ireland has to offer. There are a wide range of places to visit, each telling their own unique story. Discover hills, lakes and mountains galore hidden in the depths of County Galway.