Galway Ireland–A Medieval Adventure
Galway, Ireland is like immersing yourself in medieval times. This quaint city is also called The City Of The Tribes. This goes back to a time when it was governed by 14 merchant families, called tribes. Spend a beautiful spring day wandering the town’s antique cobble-stoned streets. As you wander, you will find lively pups, small quaint shops and streets filled with artists and writers. Step back in time and enjoy medieval Ireland. Galway is well-known for having some of the friendliest people in the world. The town is simply charming and the shopping is delightful. Visit the Galway Farmer’s Market for lots of fantastic Irish delights. The atmosphere in Galway is like no other. Come step back in time, and immerse yourself in medieval Galway. Welcome to the 15th Century!
During May to December you can hop a boat for a 90 minute tour of Galway from the water. It is a fun narrated tour that you are sure to enjoy. There is nothing more romantic than spending time on the water enjoying medieval Galway.http://www.corribprincess.ie/
If you happen to be in Galway during July, visit the famous Galway Arts Festival.This is a famous cultural event that you are sure to love. For more information on the festival, call 353 91 509700 or visit their website. http://www.giaf.ie/
There are also many tours of the near by Islands and the beautiful cliffs surrounding Galway. There are train tours through the city that stop at all the tourist attractions. You will even visit the famous Latin Quarter. Want to spend more time at an attraction? No problem, just hop off and catch the next train to go on. There are boat tours and bus tours. The hardy will even find many mountain climbing adventures. For those who prefer a slower pace, there are also many walking tours. Whether young or old, there is something for everyone. Life is not dull in Galway.
So what are you waiting for? Today is the day to book your Irish vacation. Now is a great time to book, as airline prices to Europe are at their cheapest. So grab your passport and pack your bag and head out to Medieval Ireland.
Published on steemit.com@exploretraveler on March 8,2017 at: