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Galway Travel Guide  

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Located on the west coast of Ireland, on the river Corrib, Galway, including suburbs and environs, has a population of about 66,000 inhabitants.
It’s a touristic and industrial city; it has also a student population of 12,000: this makes Galway vivid and animate during the Autumn, Winter and Spring months.
It’s funny to listen to different languages, especially Irish dialect like Gaelic which confers the city a mystique atmosphere.
The modernity of the city opposes to the ancient part of it; an important zone of Galway is the port.
In most streets , buskers and musicians can be found usually playing typical Gaelic music.
In the area of the port, a multitude of restaurants proposes dishes based on fresh fish; you cannot miss tasting Irish beer which comprises a multitude of varieties!

Clima Weather is often windy and cold, rich of rainfalls and a bit humid, too.

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Pallavi Singh
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Overall Guide : Galway is a bustling city in the Western region of Ireland. The city was formed from a small fishing village now it’s a thriving, full of life, Bohemian Cultural City in Ireland. It is a popular seaside destination famous for... more its long winding promenade; you will love the Labyrinth Cobble streets with beautiful colorful shops. The city draws a huge Crowd because of its festivals, The Galway arts festival being the famous one. The Nightlife is just amazing lots of late night clubs, featuring the Bohemian Music or a visit to the Town Hall Theatre for seeing the latest dramatic performances. Galway City Museum is a great place to fill the wet afternoon or maybe you can visit the National Aquarium which is supernatural. The city is full of lively streets where you can shop some of the finest things; dine at the some of the exotic restaurants. You will just love Trad on the Prom; you should not miss this place.
Not to be missed National Aquarium , Galway Arts Centre , Town Hall Theatre
Robert Bale
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Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : If you look for vitality, it’s better to go during University period: city is full of people and it’s vibrant. Anytime all the year along, in this city are organized festival and concerts. Among the manies are: the Arts festival... more in July, the six days long Galway Festival Race Meeting, at the end of July and the Oyster Festival from September to October. The attraction is the zone of the port: you can make a ship tour, visiting what sea-zone offers: secret coves, golden shores and beautiful sunsets. Most of the pubs have a music session which help to make the evening a beautiful and, why not, unique experience. The city comprises four theatres: one performs in Gaelic. It’s the centre of the world famous Macnas Street. Theatre.
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : Galway is a very nice city. If you ever go there look around. Galway was named after Princess Gaillimh. Galway has lots of shops. It has a Volvo Ocean Race every year. It also has an art competition. Galway is... more wellknown for its atractions. You can find more about Galway in a tourist office. Be proud of yourself if you are a Galwanian. By the way, I am from Galway and I am proud of it.
Overall rating 9
Overall Guide : love heading to the west. the town can be as busy or as peaceful as you want. if in the mood for craic, just head to the city centre. in need of peace and quiet? walk by the sea, or... more travel a mile or two inland to the country. heaven no matter which you choose.
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