Popular places in Galway
Whenever you plan to travel, there are three things that you don't want to miss: expenses to shoulder, affordable hotel accommodations and popular places you want to visit in a matter of days.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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Popular Places in Galway
Whenever you plan to travel, there are three things that you
don't want to miss: expenses to shoulder, affordable
hotel accommodations and popular places you want to
visit in a matter of days. Do not take the advice of not to
worry the expenses and just travel because not all
places you want to visit has the same cost of living. So it
is best to have a lump sum of savings before you decide
to travel abroad. And if there's a place that you should
visit right now?
This City of Tribes is a popular destination for tourists who
are arts and food aficionados for the reason that this city
hosts various events and festivals all year round. So if
you are planning a trip on this charming city make sure
you already have booked an accommodation on one of
the hotels in Galway because everyday lots of tourists
from different parts of the world arrive in this city. If your
plan is to find a hotel accommodation once you get
there, hope that there are still vacancies on most
affordable hotels in Galway.
In exploring the city of Galway, places that you should visit
or will regret it if not are;
Lynch's Castle - this charming medieval townhouse can be
found on Shop Street and is now a branch of Allied Irish
Spanish Arch - this is located in the southwest of Galway City
at the south end of the pedestrian streets. When you walk
through the arch, you will see a plaque that commemorates
Michael Walsh, who was murdered in 1920 by the Black and
Tans with his remains dumped in the Corrib. Today, the park
is now a popular resting place where visitors will be able to
enjoy the scenery of Corrib as it flows out into the Galway
Galway City Museum - this museum exhibits the rich cultural
history of Galway City where it allows free admission to
anyone who has great interest on the affluent history and
heritage of Ireland.
Cathedral of Our Lady of Assumed into Heaven and St.
Nicholas - this eclectic style cathedral made from limestone
and has unusual features of a modern Irish church building is
a favorite tourist destination because it imposes an
architectural design that was suggested by a church in the
Salamanca City in Spain in 1965.