Galway is jam-packed with culture, and The Latin Quarter is at the centre of this wonderful melting pot. From the landscape, to the history or the arts and its social scene, Galway is such a vibrant hub, loved by the young to the young at heart.
Taking a stroll through the streets of The Latin Quarter with allow you to soak up the rich culture and heritage from the medieval walls enclosing the city to the live performances by entertainers… there is always something to see!
For the artistic at the heart, visit the many galleries showcasing local and international talent. While the many theatres and museums are perfect to spend an afternoon taking in a performance or learning a little more about the ‘City of the Tribes’.
Galway is also set on the rugged West coast, with plenty of beautiful beaches and costal walks. The Salthill promenade overlooking Galway Bay is just stunning and only a short stroll from the city and the long walk is one of Galwyas’s most famous corners, set overlooking Lough Corrib it’s perfect to take a short walk and see is ideal to take in the
Any day of the week can enjoy walking or food tours, day trips around the city, jump on board a ferry to explore the Aran Island (just a short boat trip off the coast).