Trip Planner: Europe / Ireland / Western Ireland / Province of Connacht / County Galway / Galway / Quay Street
Explore Quay Street, one of the city's most lively and fun areas to see on foot. This street is one of many that stretch south from Eyre Square toward the Corrib. Take a stroll and admire the beautiful historic buildings, window-shop at one of many artisan boutiques, and people-watch from a café or restaurant. Don't miss a stop at one of the pubs along the way. This street is known for having some of the best nightlife in Galway because of its welcoming atmosphere. Use our Galway online sightseeing planner to arrange your visit to Quay Street and other attractions in Galway.
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Galway is a place I'd describe as "Rustically Modern" as it has a nice mix of medieval landmarks, cool architecture and amazing food. The most place this is evident is on Quay Street. more »
We went for a weekend to Galway and stayed in the Rennaissance Hotel on Quay Street. Good location because the many bars and restaurants. We enjoyed to sit outside with a drink and listen to... more »
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