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Cliffs of Moher Private Tour from Killarney
"The Cliffs of Moher are Ireland’s most visited natural attraction with a magical vista that will capture your heart and live in your memory forever. Standing 214m (702 feet) at their highest point they stretch for 8 kilometres (5 miles) along the Atla we will start the Cliffs of Mohar tour from Killarney. On route we will visit Bunratty Castle which is a must on the itinerary and is your chance to experience a window into Ireland’s history. You can explore the castle and the 19th century Bunratty Folk tapestries and works of art which capture the mood of those times.  You can explore at your own leisure and marvel at the fixtures and fittings. At night time the castle is the impressive setting for the medieval castle banquets which are held year round. During our visit to Bunratty Castle we will also visit the Folk Park. Here you will enjoy the sights sounds
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Independent Cliffs of Moher Half Day Trip from Galway
"Depart from the Galway Coach Station at 12pm on Saturday or Sunday. This direct coach service will bring you straight down to the Cliffs of Moher Ireland's most visited attraction! You'll spend 2 full hours exploring the Cliffs of Moher independently. Feel a moment of magic when standing atop these 700 ft. high seaside cliffs. Stroll along the walking paths to view the cliffs from each of the look you may be able to see the Aran Islands!) Admission to the Cliffs of Moher and interactive visitor center are included in independent tour so be sure to stop in to the building along the hillside to experience a virtual reality cliff-face adventure! You'll return back to Galway city approximately 5pm.""""The Cliffs of Moher Express service is a non-guided shuttle service from Galway direct to the Cliffs of Moher. Spend 2 full hours exploring on your own. Departing Galway at 12pm this service is ideal for those looking for an independant adventure. Admission to the Cliffs and the eco- friendly visitor center are included in your ticket!"
From EUR20.00
"Cliffs of Moher and Burren Day Trip Including Dunguaire Castle
"Cliffs of Moher and Burren Day Trip Including Dunguaire Castle Aillwee Cave and Doolin from Galway""Your journey to the Cliffs of Moher from Galway will bring you through the exposed windswept landscapes of the Burren. Listen to your expert guide share the history and some interesting facts about this Western seaboard of Ireland. Exit the coach to explore the unique limestone terrain jagged coastline and rare flora. Travelling South from Galway you will visit the Dunguaire Castle an iconic 1520’s castle with a 75 foot tower. This picturesque castle is seated along the Galway Bay in Kinvarra. You’ll spend 15-20 minutes at this photo opportunity.Your tour will then continue to the Aillwee Cave
From EUR25.00

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My trip to galway Ireland: Amazing places

Favorite thing I recently spent a week-end in Galway with my partner. We took the train from Dublin to Galway. We stayed at Lynfield Guesthouse in College Road. It was just a two to three minute walk from the train station. The B&B was wonderful, warm and well furnished. The breakfast was top quality with a choice of full Irish of continental. There were about ten other B&B along the same street.
Galway is a great city for socialising or shopping. Quay Street has to be the most exciting street in Ireland with lots of quaint bars, restaurants and night clubs. We ate at McDonaghs Fish shop. It was obvious that it was good as the place was full and there was a queue for the take-away also. Another evening we ate at the Malt House Restaurant off Shop Street. This was more upmarket and definitely worth a visit.
We really enjoyed our break in Galway and look forward to going back sometime soon.

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Fondest memory Cliffs of Moher. Feel like visiting that place again and again. View, weather everything was awesome. I think it should be included in natural wonders of World.
Food and wine is worth remembering

Nov 28, 2009

Sunset at Galway Bay

Fondest memory I walked down the main street, so full of people in the pubs and restaurants, with so many people shopping, and crossed over the Wolfe Tone Bridge when suddenly I saw all of the buildings illuminated by the sun's magnificent sunset. It was so unforgettable moment.

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Sep 04, 2002

I was really impressed with...

Favorite thing I was really impressed with the color of Galway's buildings. I'd been in England for over a month by the time I arrived in Galway, so I was used to gray, drab buildings that were always wet and looked drippy. I'd suggest that you visit UCG (the university), which was a much more attractive campus than the one I studied at in L'pool. Also visit the Punch Bag for traditional Irish music in an intimate atmosphere. Hit some pubs. I should ask my girlfriend for more things you 'absolutely must' do, since she spent five weeks there in 1999.

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Aug 25, 2002

Stroll the streets. Slowly and...

Favorite thing 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.

Fondest memory 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.

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Aug 24, 2002
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County Galway boosts the...

Favorite thing County Galway boosts the beautiful Galway Bay and the stark beauty of Connemara. Didn't see many ponies but alot of sheep. I recommend driving off the beaten path near the sea and you will find some lovely towns and views. I enjoyed Westport, Clifden, and the lovely seaside village of Roundstone where the 'Matchmaker' was filmed...a must see film if going to the West.

Fondest memory My fondest memories are the people...especially the people of Carna, County Galway. Spent a lot of time socializing at Moran's and tipping a pint or two. Being there two weeks gave us plenty of time to make cherished friends. We were there when a Spanish fishing boat went down off the coast of Carna with only one survivor. The warmth of the community welcoming the families and providing a church service ( in English, Gaelic, AND Spanish) was awesome and touching. These are farmers and fishermen living by the weather in an unforgiving environment...yet they are charming, funny, and hard workers. The phrase, 'What doesn't kill you, makes you stronger' is a fitting description of the people of the Gaelect.

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Aug 24, 2002

Visit Clifden pictured here. ...

Favorite thing Visit Clifden pictured here. Small enough to walk the town and the top picture on this page is a view from the Sky Road looking out to the Atlantic. Take it for spectacular views...believe me, this is an ordinary 35 mm camera picture!!! Hard to take a bad picture in Ireland!

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Aug 24, 2002

A clean day 1990

Fondest memory 1990 when someone put washing powder into a fountain at Eyre Square and the streets of the whole city were covered with lather all day! Really funny!!

Jul 28, 2005
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Poulnabrone Dolmen

We made a 15 minutes stop at Poulnabrone Dolmen, one of many Neolithic toms that can be found in the area. The tomb is more than 5000 years old and when it was excavated in 1986 the remains of 33...
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Aillwee Cave

There is a great scene in Father Ted where Ted and Dougal meet Victor Meldrew or the actor who plays Vicrtor Meldrew from One Foot in the Grave at these caves. Ted thinks it would be great to go up to...
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The Burren

Ballyvaughan is a village in the north western corner of the Burren. It is situated on the south shores of Galway Bay and lots of tourists pass here on their way to the Burren and Cliffs of Moher. We...
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O'Connors Pub

Doolin is one of the places most tourists are heading to and mostly it is for the famous music-pub of Gus O'Connor, that made this tiny village at the west-coast of Ireland world-famous. Gus...
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Cliffs of Moher

Cliffs of Moher is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Ireland and it is easy to understand why. It is a spectacular sight to see the high steep cliffs above the Atlantic Ocean. At the highest...
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Dun Dúbhchathair

This fort is also located on the edge of a high cliff, it’s situated at the southern side of Inis Mór. The construcion consists of a extended part which was defended by a bended wall and a “chevaux de...
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