Collegiate Church of St Nicholas of Myra
Crowned by a pyramidal spire, the Collegiate Church of St Nicholas of Myra is Ireland's largest medieval parish church still in use....
Lynch Memorial Window
Lynch, so the story goes, was a mayor of Galway in the 15th century who, when his son was condemned for murder, personally acted as...
Stripped of some of its original period detail but still well loved for its nightly Irish music sessions beginning at 5.30pm.
Galway's farmers market fills the streets around St Nicholas Church. It's the region's best and is the place to see the many briny,...
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A local institution which, although it's been run by the Griffin family since 1876, remains as fresh as a bun hot out of the oven. The small bakery counter is laden with treats, including great scones. But the real pleasure lies upstairs in the cafe where you can choose from sandwiches, hot specials, luscious desserts and more.