Corrib Heights

Dublin Road, Galway, Ireland
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ferries to the aran islands

by ambu69

can you get a ferry to the aran islands from the docks in the city centre? and if not is Rossaveal the nearest.

Re: ferries to the aran islands

by leics

There will be a ferry from Galway starting this summer.

http://www.arandirect.com/aranprincess.php

Info on all ferries here:

http://www.arandirect.com/

Re: ferries to the aran islands

by ambu69

thank you.would that be in the docks and if so tell me if there are nearby hotels with parking?

Re: ferries to the aran islands

by Maxus

Rossaveal isn’t far and there’s a bus from Kinlay house on Merchants Road an hour before the sailing. If there isn’t a service from Galway it looks like there will be soon: www.arandirect.com/aranprincess.php

Re: ferries to the aran islands

by leics

Galway is not a huge city really. If you stay somewhere central you won't be far from the dock area, from where I assume the new service will go.

Search for hotels here:

http://www.discoverireland.com/us/ireland-places-to-go/areas-and-cities/galway-city/accommodation/

Re: ferries to the aran islands

by Maxus

Is there a Synagogue nearby leics?

Re: ferries to the aran islands

by leics

Not sure..........will just check........... :-)

Re: ferries to the aran islands

by leics

Nope.....several in Dublin, one in Cork.

Re: ferries to the aran islands

by Maxus

Fantastic!

Re: ferries to the aran islands

by leics

:-)))

Travel Tips for Galway

Stroll the streets. Slowly and...

by dankata

Stroll the streets. Slowly and easy. They are not that long, and you're not going anywhere. If you think you have to stop somewhere you're probably right. Kill yourself with unhealthy but sane Irish breakfast, have a pint instead of orange juice and talk with the people - it's not a sign of profanity but of friendliness. Go to a live music pub and sing loud, sing proud. Ireland is the land of the free. The captain of the ferry going to Aran Island. He was looking like Johnny Rotten's older brother and we thought he'll sink the vessel in the deep. For some reason he didn't do it and so the island came to be another fond memory.

Spanish Arch

by Jacksparrow

Historic area of Galway is a must for any visitor to Galway especially the nearby Spanish Parade house where the quirky mix of eccentric residents welcome all visitors with a traditional Irish welcome - the cead mile failte!

Big pub - big fun

by sourbugger about The Skeffington Hotel or "The Skeff"

This is a big place with six different bar areas. The Whole place was re-fitted a couple of years back and is now a multi-leveled fun palace.

You get the very crowded areas and quiter corners too. The Guiness is fine and they do coffee's and food as well.

What makes the place is the mix of people - all ages and styles, locals and tourists. none

McDonaghs Fish And Chips

by Cruefan about Fish'n'Chips, Fast Food

I was told that while in Galway I had to visit McDonaghs and I'm glad I did. The menu is filled with fried seafood and chips. The food wasn't as good as Leo Burdicks in Dublin but was a close second to the places I went to.

The line to order was long and it was very competetive trying to get a seat inside. If your visiting Galway give them a try. The fish and chips of course. The fish was tasty and the chips were nice and cooked perfect.

Eyre Square

by DrexelDragon

While I was there, Eyre Square was undergoing a serious facelift. It looks like it is going to really fit in well for the city once it's finished. The artist rendition of the final look is posted on the northside. There are also some monuments in this are to have a look at. There is also a dedication to JFK.

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