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Galway Bus Tours

Galway City Bus Tour

Galway City Tour

Hop/on Hop off all day.
Tour lasts 1 hour approx.

We also offer a Galway Sight Seeing Tour on an open top bus with a Professional Irish tour Guide. 

This tour visits Galway Cathedral, The University, Salmon Weir Bridge, Salthill, The Claddagh, Galway Bay, Spanish arch and much more!

Departs Daily: (April – September)
10:30am
12:00pm
14:00pm
15:30pm

Tour highlights:

 
  • Eyre Square 
  • Spanish Arch
  • Town Hall Theatre 
  • Galway Museum
  • Courthouse 
  • The Old City
  • Salmon Weir
  • Lynch's Castle
  • Cathedral 
  • St. Nicholas' Church
  • University 
  • Nora Barnacle Joyce House
  • Claddagh Village 
  • St. Marys College
  • Lynch's Window
  • 1st Irish National School 
  • Home of Humanity Dick
  • Salthill village 
  • Blakes Castle
  • Atlantaquaria 
  • Old Medieval City
  • Galway Famine Road 
  • Home of the World famous Claddagh Ring
  • Wolf Tone Bridge

*Look out for our open top vintage blue bus*

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Booking: 091 770066

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Mar 11, 2014 - Posted by: editor
Category: General
Cúirt International Festival of Literature features an eclectic and exciting range of Irish and international writers for which Cúirt is renowned. This years Cúirt will take place from 08th - 13th April 2014.

Full programme details available on www.cuirt.ie from March. There will also be a festival app which will be available from the Apple Store on the same day as the programme launch.
Mar 11, 2014 - Posted by: editor
Category: General

Pipe bands, dance groups and performance artists come from all over the world to Galway each year to experience a parade that is widely regarded as one of the best in Ireland. The beauty of the Galway Parade is that it is small enough for a group to truly feel a part of it, yet big enough to create a special atmosphere.

Up to 50,000 spectators line the streets each year and some of the narrow walkways create an intimate cauldron that is an unforgettable experience for all participants. The Parade route moves through the centre of the medieval city, a 1.5 mile journey through narrow cobbled streets, turning onto long wide roads. The route is thronged with spectators from start to finish, creating a non-stop carnival atmosphere.

 

For more information: http://stpatricksfestivalgalway.com/

Feb 12, 2014 - Posted by: editor
Category: General

Connacht Rugby take on Edinburgh in the Sportsground on Saturday 15th February.

 

Will our hearts still be smiling the day after Valentine's day or will Edinburgh steal our hearts away come the 80th minute.

 

Kickoff 17:00

 

Details: http://www.connachtrugby.ie