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Galway City Stag Weekend


Galway City remains one of the most popular Stag Party Destinations in Ireland. There is an abundance of great pubs, restaurants and clubs all located to...

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Eyre Square, not to mention many more hen and stag parties out enjoying Galway's Nightlife. Galway provides everything that a stag party needs. Food, drink, activities like Greyhound racing, dance lessons, painting cocktail making and also accommodation.


Culture:


Galway is known as Ireland's Cultural heart (Croi Culturtha na hEireann) and is renowned for its vibrant lifestyle, numerous festivals, celebrations and events. It has a vibrant and varied musical scene and a major centre for traditional Irish music. Galway has 3 amazing cinemas within easy reach of the city centre. Other activities may include a theatre, historical sites, fishing, golf.


Famous For:


Galway is famous for being the cultural capital of Ireland and is famous for its festivals and events which also includes the Galway Arts Festival, Galway Oyster Festival and Galway Races. With all the mass amount of visitors over the summer months and its student population over the winter Galway is a great place to visit all year round. This makes Galway very attractive as a hen party destination.


Travel Information:


Galway City is on the N6 from Dublin to Galway. It's easily accessible from most of Ireland. Galway Stag Weekends: Galway is becoming one of the most popular towns in Ireland for weekend breaks and hen parties. You can have the option to dance the night away in luxurious 4 star hotels. You can get a photo of the hen group with a bottle of bubbly for the bride to be, a delicious two course meal in a city centre restaurant. Also, why not visit a top Galway pub and party the night away. There are perfect daytime activities for any stag weekend like Greyhound Racing, painting and a Spa.


Nightlife:


Galway is known for it's lively nightlife scene. The city has a choice of pubs and bars as well as a few nightclubs to hit up as well. The possibilities are endless for stag groups from traditional Irish music and storytelling or a night out dancing. The legal drinking age in Ireland is 18 for legal reasons so anyone under this age cannot take any alcoholic drinks. Here are a few examples of places to go:


The Crane Bar on Sea Road where traditional music is played 3 nights a week.


Taafes and Tigh Choili are good traditional pubs too and Cookes Thatch pub have trad music sessions on Wednesdays and Sundays nights. Galway has a young population and is not shy on lively nightspots - The Front Door is a popular establishment Thursdays thrum Sundays


Other popular choices include Kellys, The Kings Head, The Quays and The Sheff.


Also try Coyotes late bar and club just off Eyre Square open from Wednesday to Sundays and Admission is free. Nightclubs in Galway are open from 11pm to 2:30am and admission can cost between 5 and 12 euro.


Excursions:


Only two minutes from Galway City is the seaside area of Salthill. This is a seaside area that attracts many tourists all year round. There is a 2km long promenade overlooking Galway Bay with bars, restaurants and hotels. Leisureland ' a popular local leisure centre featuring a 25m swimming pool, a new gym, a Pitch and Putt course and in the summer months, a fun fair park.


History:


Galway City was originally a small fishing village which later turned into a walled town in the year 1232 when it was captured by the Anglo Normans. In 1396 a law was passed in which power was given to 14 Merchant families, also known as the 14 Tribes of Galway. These tribes were still loyal to the British Crown. Because of the cities coastal location it had a successful business trade with Spain and the city enjoyed prosperity for a few centuries.


However, that ended after the arrival of Cromwell and the region entered a period of decay. Today Galway remains a colourful town. Food/Restaurants: - Aniar Restaurant ' which was awarded a prestigious star in September 2012. - Kai Caf' and Restaurant ' have daily menus bursting with flavour, texture and colour - Park House Restaurant ' based in Eyre Square is one of the city's busiest and best loved restaurants.

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