If you’re searching for a new adventure, but you don’t want to break the bank, look no further than Galway. There’s so much to do in this quaint Irish town. Here are ten things to fill a weekend without parting with any of your hard-earned cash:
Anglo-Norman conquerors created the town of Galway and built an imposing wall to defend the new settlement. Amazingly, parts of this wall still stand today and it’s a must-see attraction when visiting.
Ireland is famous for its live music, and the buskers along Shop Street do not let the nation down! Musicians span many genres, so you’re bound to find someone who you enjoy listening.
A quick Google search will show you many of the free walking tours in Galway. Walking tour is a great way to experience the town and get insider knowledge from the locals about where to visit during your stay.
If you’ve searched for Galway on Instagram, you’ve almost certainly seen pictures of the Long Walk. These properties are private accommodation that line Galway Bay and they’re a must for your scrapbook.
The Cathedral is one of the tallest buildings in Galway. A fresh walk by the river to explore the cathedral will be well worth your time! You’ll find it on Gaol Road because it’s built on the foundations of an old jail.
Located on the River Corrib and gives you the opportunity to learn about the history of the city without having to part with a single cent. The museum is only closed on Mondays and is a must during your time visiting Galway.
If walking is your thing, Merlin Woods is situated East of the town and full of wildlife to enjoy. It’s crucial that you find travel insurance for your trip to Ireland to cover you if you plan on venturing off the beaten track. Many of
You might not have heard of the River Corrib, but it’s said to be the fastest flowing river in Europe. When the sun is shining, there’s not many better places to be than on the bank of the River Corrib with a fresh picnic, listening to the water churn.
This old castle is now a bank, but it was once home to the Lynch family. The Lynches had unrivaled influence in Galway which is clear considering how grand the property still is today.
They say traveling broadens the mind, but it doesn’t always have to cost an arm and a leg. Instead, keep your money (and limbs) and explore the many free attractions that Galway has to offer.