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Just outside of the city of Galway, Athenry is a small town that holds fast to its historical heritage. As such, the main attractions in Athenry are mostly of a historical nature. The medieval city walls still stand intact for the most part around the town, as does Athenry Castle, which was built in the thirteenth …
While they are famous for their sweaters, the Aran Islands offer more to visitors than knitted fashion. Dramatic views, scenic walks, and prevalent wildlife are all part of the peaceful way of island life. The three islands cluster together off the western coast of Ireland, near Galway Bay. The largest of the islands, …
Situated on the beautiful western coast of Ireland and scattered with lakes and streams, Connemara's natural landscape is both stunning and tranquil. The countryside is quiet and dramatic, with small villages scattered throughout. Reaching Connemara is easy by car, but bus services can be more limiting, so plan your …
Galway is located on the West coast of Ireland on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, approximately 215km from Dublin. With a population of 75 thousand, it is the third largest city in the Republic of Ireland and there are a number of Galway hostels providing accommodation in the city. Galway acts as a major gateway to …