Galway's central public square is busy in all but the harshest weather. A welcome open green space with sculptures and pathways, its...
Entertaining, informative bus tours of Connemara, the Burren and the Cliffs of Moher, departing from Galway bus station, plus hop-on...
Considered the finest town castle in Ireland, this old stone town house – now part of AIB Bank – was built in the 14th century, though...
Traditional, seasoned and garrulous pub with a great beer garden, right on Eyre Sq.
With a small collection of books and artwork for sale, pea-green Renzo is a good-looking spot brewing up fine coffees and serving...
Browne's Doorway information
Guarding the upper side of Eyre Square, this out of context doorway (1627) is an imposing, if forlorn, fragment from the home of one of the city's merchant rulers, relocated here from Abbeygate St.