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All reviews street performers great street busy street pubs and restaurants live music lots of shops fun area great buzz pedestrian area lots of fun spanish arch latin quarter galway city traditional irish music eyre square stroll pint
It was nothing fancy, dirty, waste baskets full of trash, and beggars every where. It was fun to see all the people and bars. But it can get very crowded. Still worth a trip to go see. The live music was great, very talented street...More
Take your time and take Quay street in. In the morning grab some coffee, swing into one of the 50 pubs during the day and night. Be aware the college students come out at 10:00 so if you are not into drunk college students you...More
Walked in for an Irish coffee. The coffee was not fresh so this was the worst Irish coffee I had while in Ireland. However, this place has lots of cool places to sit and listen to live music. They have several bar areas and an...More
We were a bit underwhelmed with Quay St and Galway in general to be honest. I think perhaps visiting on a wet and windy October afternoon was perhaps part of the problem. Maybe a warm summer evening with music wafting around would change my mind
Great restaurants, bars and the total vibe. Quay Street Kitchen restauarant was excellent. They don't take reservations and you need to be there at 6 pm. Quay Bar and Music Hall was incredible. Nice intimate bar that opens into a broad entertainment facility. Best entertainment...More
It is a busy location. The shops are great and many restaurants and pubs to choose from. Everyone is very friendly and helpful. There is music at every turn.
We enjoyed wandering the pedestrian area, shopping, and stopping in for dinner.
There are loads, so it depends on your budget. Jurys Inn would be very central, it's just off Quay St or the Meyrick which is on Eyre Square and close to the Bus & Rail Station. Connacht Hotel outside the city but there is a... More
There are loads, so it depends on your budget. Jurys Inn would be very central, it's just off Quay St or the Meyrick which is on Eyre Square and close to the Bus & Rail Station. Connacht Hotel outside the city but there is a good bus route.