Pedestrian streets lined with inviting shopfronts, stone bridges spanning the River Garavogue, and céilidh sessions spilling from pubs contrast with contemporary art and glass towers rising from prominent corners of compact Sligo. It makes a fantastic, low-key and easily manageable base for exploring Yeats country, and the countryside out of town is gorgeous.
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