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Bed and Breakfasts Galway City, Co Galway
Galway City is a lively, yet picturesque city situated at the mouth of Galway Bay. It is a modern and commercial region, but is also rich in history and culture. For this reason, the city is extremely popular with tourists of all ages as there is something to interest everyone in this enchanting medieval city.
Galway City has an important and interesting historical background. Its medieval past lends itself to some fascinating attractions such as the ancient city walls, the famous Spanish Arch, Lynch’s Castle and Galway City Museum. Guided tours of Galway City are recommended to fully appreciate the city’s hidden history. A stroll around the cobble stone streets is the ideal way to soak up the atmosphere and see
first-hand the splendour of this University City in County Galway.
Arts, music and theatre dominate Galway City’s social calendar. The city hosts over fifty festivals a year dedicated to the local arts, music, culture and the Irish language. The Galway Oyster Festival and the St Patrick’s Parade are two of the most internationally recognised Irish festivals and they take place in the city. They attract visitors from all over the world.
The city has a superb selection of shops, restaurants, pubs and accommodation. Galway City B&Bs offers comfort, relaxation and quality. Galway accommodation providers are known for their warm hospitality and what better way to experience Irish culture first-hand than to stay with an Irish family? Your bed and breakfast hosts will also be happily to supply any information or advice needed on the local area. This inside knowledge will allow you to explore the very best places in Galway City and enjoy all of its touristic delights!
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