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Guided Bicycle Tour of Galway City
"Starting in the morning from Salthill Promenade in Galway this bicycle tour takes you around the city with many interesting places to visit from the Wild Atlantic Way to the banks of the Eglington Canal and the Corrib River.You will cycle to the Famine Monument and Nimmos Pier. Cutting through the west you will be transported back to 1849 when its first students enrolled in this majestic establishment. Riverside walkways with wildlife and rushes wave at you as you cycle by.Returning then to the old industrial heartland now a charming walkway of canals bridges and waterfalls which guide you to the city centre full of medieval relics and memories and charming narrow streets buzzing with life that lead you back to the harbour Spanish Arch and a must-visit Museum.""""This guided bicycle tour of Galway City is entertaining
From EUR30.00
 
Private Guided Bicycle Tour of Galway City
"Starting in the morning from Salthill Promenade in Galway this private bicycle tour takes you around the city with many interesting places to visit from the Wild Atlantic Way to the banks of the Eglington Canal and the Corrib River.You will cycle to the Famine Monument and Nimmos Pier. Cutting through t you will be transported back to 1849 when its first students enrolled in this majestic establishment. Riverside walkways with wildlife and rushes wave at you as you cycle by.Returning then to the old industrial heartland now a charming walkway of canals bridges and waterfalls which guide you to the city centre full of medieval relics and memories and charming narrow streets buzzing with life that lead you back to the harbour Spanish Arch and a must-visit Museum.""""This private guided bicycle tour of Galway City
From EUR400.00
 
Private Guided Bicycle Tour of Galway City
"Starting in the morning from Salthill Promenade in Galway this private bicycle tour takes you around the city with many interesting places to visit from the Wild Atlantic Way to the banks of the Eglington Canal and the Corrib River.You will cycle to the Famine Monument and Nimmos Pier. Cutting through t you will be transported back to 1849 when its first students enrolled in this majestic establishment. Riverside walkways with wildlife and rushes wave at you as you cycle by.Returning then to the old industrial heartland now a charming walkway of canals bridges and waterfalls which guide you to the city centre full of medieval relics and memories and charming narrow streets buzzing with life that lead you back to the harbour Spanish Arch and a must-visit Museum.""""This private guided bicycle tour of Galway City
From EUR400.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Burren

Coastal road from Cliffs to the north

Most of the travel guids lead people from Cliffs of Moher inland to the Dolmen or something like that.That way you miss a beautiful coastal scenary. Local people told me to do so and I was very happy...
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EPoodle
Oct 28, 2007

The Burren

It's a long time ago when I last visited Ireland. But nobody wrote about this cave, so I will add it. I like to visit caves and this one I remember quiet interesting. For more information just look on...
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Eleonoora
Mar 11, 2006

Unique Sites in Unique Locations

Anyone who thinks of the Burren usually thinks of the Cliffs of Moher, the pubs with traditional irish music in Doolin, or the wonderful seafood in Ballyvaughan. But there is much more to the Burren...
webeida
Jan 17, 2006
 
 
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Poulnabrone Dolmen

Poulnabrone Dolmen is an ancient portal tomb located in the Burren region of County Clare, south of Ballyvaughan. We visited this spot on a tour of the Burren and Cliffs of Moher with Galway Tour...
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Landscape - Geology

When you are driving or hiking through the area of "The Burren" on the West-coast of Ireland, you will first admire the wonderfull combination of the grey rocks and lovely, colorfull flowers : The...
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Aillwee Cave

To all of you Wallace and Gromit fans,(or Monty Python!) definitely stop at the cheese shop for some incredible Golden Burren cheese-----crackin' good! Aging in the caves makes the flavor...
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Cliffs Of Moher

The Cliffs of Moher are not at all the most spectacular cliffs that you will find in Ireland,(Slieve Leage in Co. Donegal for instance is much higher and more scenic ) but still they are one of the...
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Kilfenora

The Burren Centre in Kilfenora is an interesting museum about the special flora and fauna of the Burren and you will see what it looks like underneath the surface in the landscape. So maybe it is best...
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Bunratty Castle & Folk Park

Experience the magic of Irish Music, Song & Dance..... The place to be: THE CORN BARN, Bunratty Folk Park e.g.. Here you can experience the homeliness, friendship & warmth of a true...
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globetrott

"The Burren - a unique landscape"
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lina112

"Home of the Cliffs of Moher"
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kentishgirl

"Co.Clare"
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webeida

"The Burren, Co. Clare, Ireland"
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eden_teuling

"WELCOME TO MY THE BURREN PAGE ......:-)"
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