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4th July 2016


Trips to Remember - Galway

Galway Coffee

Whether it’s taking a stroll down the Salthill promenade or listening to a live band in a city centre pub, Galway has something for everyone this summer.

Galway Cathedral or the Galway City Museum are great ways to spend a few hours during the day before sitting back and enjoying a live performance in the evening. The Galway International Arts Festival kicks off on the 11th July and runs until the 24th July. The festival will fill the city of Galway with live music, theatre, dance and comedy acts. No matter what your taste or budget, the festival is sure to provide something for everybody.

Galway Arts Macnas

Also theGalway Fringe Festival will run from the 9th July until the 25th July. The Fringe Festival will feature events encompassing film, literature, music, theatre, visual art and a range of other art forms.

Galway city hosts some of the best reviewed restaurants in the country covering a whole range of cuisines. With such a wide selection to choose from, Galway is sure to tickle your taste buds. This month will see Galway transform in to a celebration of performance.

Galway Outdoor Musician

Our Family fare for 1 or 2 adults and up to 4 children is available from Dublin to Galway for €79 Open Return.

For more information on Trips to Remember and Family tickets please click here.


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