Galway

Galway, aka “The City of Tribes,” is a city located in the western area of Ireland. The city is a home to plenty of medieval remnants including Lynch's Castle, The Hall of the Red Earl, the statue of Our Lady of Galway, and St. Nicholas' Collegiate Church which is the largest church remaining from medieval ages in Ireland. There are also other interesting places to visit including Galway City Museum, James Mitchell Museum, Menlo Castle remains, The Lynch Window, and others.

Clifden, County Galway, Ireland

Clifden, County Galwayvideo
Clifden is a coastal town in county Galway, Ireland, in the region of Connemara and it is located on the Owenglin River where it flows into Clifden Bay. Clifden is also considered the largest town in the region and thus whenever Connemara is mentioned,...

Galway is Far Beyond a Former Fishing Village

Since Ireland’s a quite vast country, you will need to specify which part you’re going to visit. If you’re up for exploring a field of marvelous wonders, the West of Ireland should be your next stop. County Galway lies in this part of Ireland....

Claddagh Ring: The Essence of Loyalty and Faithfulness

The Irish culture is actually a unique one. First, the Irish history is full of amazing tales that keep it alive. One more thing; the Irish have their very own traditions and customs. They barely resemble those of their counterparts. However, they sure share...