|Galway City is the Capital City of the
West of Ireland - a vibrant city full of culture
and home of the Arts. The City is famed for its many
festivals, the promenade and beach at Salthill, museums,
galleries and of course that all important shopping.
In the evenings the city comes alive with music and
song and the buzz of Quay Street and the Spanish Arch
are an attraction in itself. Click here for details
on many of the City’s Bars
The city of Tribes is host
to the annual Summer
Galway Races, an event which is famous the world
over for an atmosphere that will take your breath
Galway Arts Festival brings together music, literature,
art and theatre and an incredible visual spectacle
that thrills thousands year after year. The two Oyster
Festivals are social events of the season, the Galway
International Oyster Festival and the Clarenbridge
Airshow attracts aviation enthusiasts from all
over and features world famous aerobatic displays.
County Galway is full of scenic beauty that is unique
to our region. Connemara is celebrated for it’s
wild and rugged beauty and has plenty to entertain
it’s visitors. Kylemore
Abbey is home to an order of Benedictine nuns
and the abbey is set by the shores of a lake where
you can walk along the peaceful Victorian walled gardens
before having lunch in the café.
There is so much to do in Galway you will want to
come back again and again - visit the Oceans Alive
Sealife Centre, take a trip on a Galway Hooker around
Galway Bay, visit Glengowla Mines or have a night
out at the Greyhound
Racing Track, That’s Galway vibrant, fun
and never ever predictable.
The Westwood is ideally located to enjoy plenty of
- Play one of the many quality golf
- Scuba Diving in Scuba
Dive West, Killary Bay
- Heritage attractions such as Dun
Aonghasa fort and Ragus - a wonderful spectacle
of local dance and song.
O Hara’s Homestead in Connemara
There are two main airports that serve Galway City,
Airport and Ireland
West Airport Knock
Eireann is the service provider for intercity
trains between Galway and Dublin. Trains Depart Heuston
Station in Dublin serving the midlands, Roscommon,
Galway County and ending in Ceannt Station, Galway
There are numerous service providers based in Galway
City that travel to all major towns and cities in
the country. Galway also has a city service. Bus
Eireann is the main national service provider,
and City link and Bus Nestor also have depots in Galway
Limo Galway has the largest selection of limos available in Galway. We provide services which include: wedding limo / wedding car / corporate limousine / chauffeur driven car or limo / funeral limo / debs limo / concert limo etc. We will provide you with the best price on a lino in Galway!
Ireland West Timezone is Greenwich Meantime, the same
The local Currency is the Euro.
The Irish drive on the left hand side of the road.
The National number for Emergency Services is: 999