Hotels in Galway, Ireland
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- Eyre Square
- University Hospital Galway
- National University of Ireland-Galway
- Merlin Park Hospital
- Spanish Arch
- Glenlo Abbey Hotel Golf Course
- Galway Race Course
- Galway Shopping Center
- Latin Quarter
- National Aquarium of Galway
- Athenry Castle and Ennis Abbey
- Galway Irish Crystal Heritage Centre
- Caesar's Palace
- Galway Mayo Institute of Technology
- Galway Cathedral
- Galway City Museum
- Salthill Beaches
- Silver Strand
Best hotels in Galway
Looking to visit Galway and want to get a good deal on a hotel? Fear not, Hotels.com has got you covered. With Hotels.com you can have your hotel room booked long before you arrive, meaning all you have to do once you get there is enjoy yourself. If you are looking for a vibrant and eclectic city break then Galway is the place for you and there's no better way to find Galway hotels than with Hotels.com. With friendly people, travellers from all around the world and a centuries-old musical culture and history, you'll find it hard to leave. And when booking hotels in advance with Hotels.com, it gives you all the time in the world to explore this wonderful treasure trove of a city.
What's Galway Like?
Situated on the west coast of Ireland, Galway has always been an attraction for all kinds of travellers, from backpackers to tourists. There's so much to see and do in Galway that you'll find it hard to fit into one visit. Why not visit Eyre Square- in the city's center - for a picnic or to simply take in the hustle and bustle around you? Alternatively you could visit the Cathedral with its stunning architecture and design. Or pop down to the Medieval Spanish Arch - once a gateway for ships and boats - and listen to music while watching the world, and kayakers go by. Close by is the Galway City Museum, with its stunning glass facade and modern design, which tells the story of a city steeped in rich history. Or take a visit to Salthill promenade on the edge of the city where you can smell the sea air and watch the waves crash against the city walls. Whatever Galway landmark you visit, you won't be disappointed.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Galway
In terms of fitting in with the locals, there's no easier place to do so than in Galway. Once you've booked your hotel with Hotels.com, you can arrive confident in the knowledge that Galwegians are a very warm and welcoming people. They're talkative, so don't be afraid to interact. They like a song or two as well, so if you find yourself in the middle of a trad session, and you know a few lines, don't be afraid to stand up and sing to your hearts content. It will only endear you more to the locals. Above all, the people of Galway appreciate warmth and decency, the very same qualities they show themselves.
Galway travel guides
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