Galway Tour Packages
Also known as the ‘city of tribes’, this Irish city is located on the west, on the banks of River Corrib. Galway is a major tourist attraction of Ireland, as popular for its glorious past as it is for its natural beauty. A holiday to Galway will make you explore its rich tradition, thriving music and art scene that makes Galway the “cultural heart” of Ireland.
Book a Galway holiday to explore this unique, fascinating and diverse city, and know about its origin as a fishing village to now a thriving port. The cobble-stoned streets wind back the clock for you to take in medieval Ireland. Furthermore, the courteous people, effervescent streets, shopping and nightlife, all feed a fresh life to your holiday spirit. Then there is the Farmers Market in Church Lane where you can pamper your taste buds with loads of Irish delicacies.
For those planning a holiday here, be warned that Galway is known to amuse visitors with its unpredictable weather. The best time to visit Galway is always between the months of May-November when the climate is not on a moody swing and mostly sunny.
Choose HolidayMe’s customized Galway holiday packages and stroll around Eyre Square, the famed pedestrian shopping area, or visit Galway City Museum which chiefly focuses on the historic heritage of Galway city, for free. Spend your Galway holiday strolling the boardwalk in Salthill, a beautiful tourist magnet during the warm and sunny days and explore the unearthed remains of medieval banqueting hall which once belonged to the De Burgh family.
Your Galway tour will further take you to some of the most dramatic and stunning landscapes in the world and you will know why Galway is considered to be Ireland’s most beautiful city. Our Intriguing Galway – holiday package, you leave Galway behind and visit the incredible Cliffs of Moher. Sit back and relax in your luxury coach, pass quaint coastal towns and villages like Kinvara and Doolin and view famous attractions like Dunguaire Castle. Enjoy the lunar landscape that's called the Burren and spend two hours exploring the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Cliffs of Moher. This Galway tour reveals the history behind its beautiful lakes, mountains and the ancient lands.
Galway’s fervent nightlife is enough sell one’s soul for. Watch your summer holiday take a new spin as you see people take to the streets to get to notable places in Galway for the sheer pleasure of soaking oneself in the charm that the streets inflict. Roam about waywardly and stop by a roadside café to have a sip of some heavenly Irish coffee coupled with freshly baked muffins. Choose from our Galway holiday packages that suit your holiday budget.
This Irish city is best explored by foot. From the heart of town, its 20-30 minutes’ walk to Salthill, a popular tourist spot. Furthermore, walking in Galway isn’t that demanding and people prefer to walk rather than using public transports. You can also choose to take taxis, but they are a little more expensive than other modes of transport.