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Jurys Inn Galway

Quay St, Galway, H91 E8D7 Galway
Overlooking Galway Bay on Quay Street
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Galway

A seaport on Ireland’s west coast, Galway combines a lively music and culture scene with a close proximity to some of the country’s finest coastline along the Wild Atlantic Way. Famous for its fresh oysters, bohemian arts scene and a multitude of traditional, brightly-painted pubs, along with its festival-packed summer months, Galway is much more than the subject of an Ed Sheeran song. And of all the hotels in Galway city centre, Jurys Inn Galway enjoys a prime waterside location on the harbour.

Get your bearings

With the Atlantic Ocean as the city’s focal point, it makes sense to start your visit with a walk along its coastline. Take a stroll along the 2km-long Salthill Promenade in the suburb of the same name and you’ll see the Aran Islands to your right and the hills of County Clare across Galway Bay. You’ll also pass Atlantaquaria, an aquarium with more than 150 native species including seahorses, sharks and rays. If you’d prefer to get to know the human locals, head for the weekend market close to St Nicholas’ medieval church, where stallholders and local producers are more than happy to talk you through their wares.

Don’t miss

Galway has no shortage of excellent restaurants and buzzing pubs, but there’s also culture on offer. Head to the Galway City Museum where you can discover not only the area’s prehistoric and medieval history, but also get a glimpse beneath the waves in the Sea Science galleries. If you time it right, you’ll also be able to enjoy one of the city’s many festivals, whose themes span everything from international arts to film and oysters.

While you’re there

It’s said that Galway lives and breathes Irish folk music, so you can’t leave without hearing the strains of a fiddle, whether it’s courtesy of a talented busker on the streets or in one of the many music pubs scattered across the city centre. It’s also worth venturing on a daytrip beyond the city limits to get a better look at the scenery that makes the Wild Atlantic Way so beloved, from the beautiful Cliffs of Moher to the rocky Burren National Park and the pretty villages and lakes of Connemara.

A seaport on Ireland’s west coast, Galway combines a lively music and culture scene with a close proximity to some of the country’s finest...
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