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Galway City Open Top Bus Tour

Galway City Tour

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

Our Galway Sight Seeing open top bus with our Professional Irish driver tour Guide will take you around the Medieval streets of Galway.

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

Departs from the North side of Eyre square Daily: (April – September)
11:00am
12:30pm
14:00pm
15:30pm

Look out for our distinct open top blue bus

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

 

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Dec 11, 2014 - Posted by: editor
Category: General

Thursday 11th December 2014

Figures published today by the CSO confirmed that the revenue accruing to the Irish economy from overseas visitors has continued to grow in 2014. Today’s data shows that for the first nine months of the year an estimated €2.8 billion was spent by overseas visitors in Ireland.

Minister Donohoe said: ‘This is a time of great positivity in Irish tourism and I welcome today’s  CSO ‘Tourism and Travel’ publication, which shows an increase of €241 million (or +9.3 %) in spending from overseas visits to Ireland for the first 9 months of 2014, compared to the same period in 2013.

“This Government realised that the tourism sector could play a critical part in our economic recovery. To support the sector, we introduced measures like a reduction in the rate of the Air Travel Tax to zero and the reduction of VAT to 9% on tourism-related services. These measures have helped reinforce the message that Ireland continues to offer greatly improved value and today’s data shows that they have worked in terms of enticing visitors to come and spend here. We remain ambitious though and last week, I launched the Tourism Ireland’s 2015 Marketing Plans which are targeting further growth of 6% in visitor numbers next year and a further 7% in associated revenue.”
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Oct 9, 2014 - Posted by: editor
Category: General

This year’s festival will explore the artistic cross fertilization of film and music and has invited Olivia Trummer to give her first Galway performance. It will also feature the Michael Buckley Quartet, bringing together some of Ireland’s finest jazz practioners of their generation.Galway Jazz Festival is an arts organisation whose aim is to promote jazz as an art form and develop an audience for jazz in the West of Ireland. 

 

 

 

For more information, log onto: www.galwayjazzfest.com

 

Staying in galway? Why not take a daytour to the Cliffs of Moher & Burren or Connemara & Cong regions departing daily. Book now @www.galwaybustours.ie

 

Oct 9, 2014 - Posted by: editor
Category: General

Baboró International Arts Festival brings the most diverse selection of world-class events from Ireland and around the world to its annual one-week festival in Galway each October. Baboró’s mission is ‘To explore with children the wonder of their world through the magic of creative expression’.For Children, this is Ireland’s flagship international arts festival devoted exclusively to children and families. 

This 2014, they celebrate 18 years of presenting a multidisciplinary arts festival to thousands of children in Ireland from their base in Galway.

 

For more information, logo onto:  www.baboro.ie

 

If staying in Galway, why not take a daytour to the Cliffs of Moher & Burren or Connmeara & Cong regions. Book now @www.galwaybustours.ie