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    • Attractions
    • Entertainment
    • Accomodation

    • Hotels
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    • Bed and breakfast
    • Camping
    • Hostels
    • Resort and SPA
    • Village
    • Eating and drinking

    • Restaurants

    Top Hotels

     - Galway - 1 The Twelve Hotel Bearna 
    The Twelve Hotel is a luxury 4-star boutique hotel, nestled in the peaceful village centre of Bearna (Barna), in West Ireland. Surrounded by beautiful...
    Rating  96/100
    Price: USD 127.94 Minimum rate per night

     - Galway - 2 Radisson Blu Hotel & Spa, Galway 
    The Radisson SAS Hotel & Spa, Galway offers the most impressive meetings & events facilities in Galway City Centre for up to 1000 delegates. As the...
    Rating  89/100
    Price: USD 126.00 Minimum rate per night

     - Galway - 3 The G Hotel 
    The g's design director is renowned milliner, Philip Treacy, a native of Galway, and his special touch is evident everywhere from the bespoke concierge...
    Rating  89/100
    Price: USD 155.08 Minimum rate per night

    Top attractions

    1 Connemara National Park

    The Connemara National Park covers 2,957 acres of scenic mountains, heaths, woodlands, grasslands and expanses of bogs. Some of the mountains of the park like Benbrack and Benbaum are even part of the ...
    Address 7 Ely Place, Dublin 2.

    2 Eyre Square

    Officially, it’s called the John F. Kennedy Memorial Park, but the locals will still call it Eyre Square.  An inner-city public park located in the heart of Galway city center, it is a rect ...

    3 Oranmore Castle

    Located on the outskirts of Galway, Oranmore Castle dates back from the 16th century and was mostly used by the Clanricades family from Galway.  These days the castle is now occupied by Leonie Ki ...

    4 The Nora Barnacle House and Museum

    You didn’t think Galway was just fantastic pubs and bars, did you?  The city is also home to the Nora Barnacle House Museum on Bowling Street.  Built in the 1800s, it was the home wher ...
    Address Bowling Green Galway, Co. Galway, Ireland

    5 Galway Cathedral

    The Galway Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral situated in Galway and known as one of the impressive and largest buildings in the city. This cathedral is the seat of the Bishop of the Diocese of G ...
    Address Gaol Rd, Galway

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