Popular Destinations from Galway

Galway Flights Guide

The sizable Dunguaire Castle is a large museum overlooking the cast Galway Bay - and the Galway Cathedral looks older than it is. The Eyre Square is in the center of the city and is now known as the John F. Kennedy Memorial Park. If you'd like to take a dip, venture to the Salthill Beaches.

Galway is a mere two hour drive or train ride from the famous town of Dublin, even though both cities are on opposite coasts. Glimpse the Irish country as you travel straight across its perimeter to Dublin.

The warmest month is July whereas the coldest month is January. Year round is a bit chilly and cloudy, regardless of the month - and rain falls just about year-round as well. Because the warmest months are April through August, opt for a vacation during that window - you'll be able to better enjoy the Salthill Beaches and outdoor attractions without a parka.
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