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Restaurants on the water front such as Lime. One of Galway best Indian restaurants, Eastern Tandorri is across the road. A beautiful place to stroll around with a take away coffee and an ice cream.
The Spanish arch, built in the 16th century, is one of the few places where you can see a piece of the wall that once used to encircle the city. Spanish traders would dock their boats and then pass through the arch to deliver their goods. Just beyond the arch sits Galway City museum. Worth a visit…
The Spanish Arch area of Galway is a wonderful place to relax on a sunny day. You can look across the water to the historic Claddagh area and admire the huge number of swans!
Do not miss the Spanish Arch, museum, river and swans in Galway City of culture 2020
On a warm summer’s evening, you will find hundreds of young people soaking up the atmosphere by the Spanish Arch.
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“There's always something going on, be it comedy, music, disco, cabaret or other gigs. You'll never be bored, just check their programme. ”
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“One of the city's largest buildings, the Cathedral stands on the former sight of a jail! ”
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“www.galwaycitymuseum.ie Its FREE!!!! Overlooking the famous Spanish Arch, where the River Corrib meets Galway Bay, Galway City Museum provides an opportunity learn more about Galway’s history. The museum presents a wide variety of permanent exhibitions for adults and children ranging from Prehistoric and Medieval Galway to the 1916 revolution, The Great War and sporting history through the GAA. Interactive exhibits include SeaScience for Children on the top floor and the 3D Pictorial Map display of Galway in 1651 on the ground floor. Other highlights include the Galway Civic Sword and Great Mace, the statue of Padraic Ó Conaire and a traditional sailing vessel or Galway Hooker, named ‘Máirtín Oliver’, which was specially commissioned for the Museum. The views from the top floor of the Claddagh and Galway Bay alone are reason enough to visit. Opening hours are from Tuesday to Saturday, 10am until 5pm. Free admission.”
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“The Crane Bar is THE place to go if you’re interested in catching some live Trad music. These informal sessions take place most days of the week and welcome all level of musicians from beginners to professionals. Not a bad spot to get a good Guinness either! Location: The Small Crane, Sea Road. 2 min walk. ”
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“If its life you are after you will find it all here. This busy shopping street has many cafes to people watch from. Take in an impromptu concert from one of the many buskers that play music from every part of the world. ”
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