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Visit the ‘city of tribes’ and stay in one of our Galway hotels for a fantastic short break in Ireland’s fourth largest city. A historic city with plenty of horse racing, festivals, music events and, of course, a whole host of traditional cosy Irish pubs, Galway is superb choice for a mini getaway with SuperBreak.
With its wonderfully charming atmosphere and many cultural highlights, here’s some of Galway’s most popular sightseeing spots.
- Built in the 16th century, Galway’s Spanish Arch is a must see. Originally an extension of the old city walls, it now stands as a fascinating historic attraction complete the Galway City Museum.
- Set in the very heart of Galway, Eyre Square – officially known as Kennedy Memorial Park – pays tribute to the former US President John F. Kennedy who visited Galway shortly before his assassination. Surrounding the square, visitors will find a shopping centre, The Browne Doorway, two 19th century canons and the Quincentennial Fountain.
- As one of largest and most impressive buildings in the city, Galway Cathedral is not to be missed. Simple yet beautifully elegant and overlooking the River Corrib, visitors at this cathedral can appreciate a variety of architectural styles and modern church art.
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One of Ireland's biggest cities, there's much to see and do on a short break in Galway. The city of Galway has a number of distinctive architectural treasures that speak of its long and interesting history; don't leave without seeing Lynch's Castle, Galway Cathedral and the Spanish Arch. The remains of the Menlo Castle can also be seen just outside the city. Check out our fab range of hotels in Galway in the list below...
Ideal for exploring pretty West Ireland, a short break in Galway is not to be missed. Take advantage of famous Irish hospitality and head to the vibrant and architecturally stunning city of Galway before explore the region’s more rural areas. Be certain to explore Galway Bay on foot or on the water, and the incredibly distinctive Dunguaire Castle is simply not to be missed either.
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