Galway in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... you want a mid-range experience go for The Parkhouse or Jury's www.parkhousehotel.ie www.jurys. com And for a budget option go for: www.hostelgalway.com Where to eat: Galway has some fantastic restaurants such as Nimmo's, The Malt House, Oscar's, KC Blakes and Fat Freddy's. Pubs such as The Kings Head and The Front Door also serve delicious pub grub. Galway is renowned for having atmospheric, down to earth restaurants. Mc Donagh's fish and chip shop (at the bottom of Quay Street) sell the most amazing mackerel and chips. The best I have tasted anywhere. Going out: If you want live music go to the world famous Roisin Dubh's where the l... more
Customer Galway in general Reviews (3)
by - written on 20/07/08 (Very useful, 164 readings)
Galway is my favourite city in Ireland. I lived there for 3 years and go back to see family often. To me - it is the most authentic 'Irish' city in Ireland. Getting to Galway Galway airport is tiny but there are flights from Edinburgh, London (Luton), Newcastle, Leeds & others. The main airline is Aer Arann. www.aerarann.com www.galwayairport.com You can also fly with Ryanair into Shannon and get a bus to Galway with Citylink. The journey time is just over an hour. www.ryanair.com www.citylink.ie Where to Stay: Galway has lots of nice hotels, B&B's and hostels. If you want a luxury ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/04/08 (Useful, 34 readings)
I wanted to get a bit of an inside scoop on Galway as i am aware it gets tonnes of tourists and did'nt want to fall into any traps. after some research i fould Galway Tours (http://www.galwaytours.ie). They provide walking tours that contain all the normal historical elements as well as more recent events and info on how Galway developed into the cultural centre it is today. We also heard some really funny stories as well as some background on some of the longer established family run businesses in the Centre of Galway City including some fascinating background stories on a few Pubs around the town. The guide was from Galway and seemed to have genuine enthusiasm ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/06/03, updated on 13/06/03 (Very useful, 202 readings)
Gateway to the West As a person who experienced an enjoyable but predominantly rural childhood it has never been easy for me to generate a personal fondness for city life. If you have been reared in a location that is smothered in cultural and scenic richness, such as rural Ireland, it is easy to look at urban areas as an alien and unwelcoming environment. However, after several years of study in the west of Ireland city of Galway my negative opinion began to waver somewhat. This is because Galway city is one of the few, if not only, large urban areas in Ireland that successfully blends the country’s traditional rural heritage with the bustling and ... Read the complete review
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