Best Time to Fly to Galway
From food festivals to horse fairs and music events to comedy shows - no matter when you plan your visit to Galway, you are sure to come face to face with one concert, festival, exhibition or another! The Galway Food Festival, which takes place annually on the Easter Bank Holiday weekend, will be one to watch if you enjoy sampling local cuisines on your travels. Whether you're a fan of jazz music, oysters, comedy or film, take a look through what festivals 'Ireland's Cultural Heart' has to offer and consider timing your visit to coincide with one that catches your eye!
Getting around Galway
Once you arrive in this quaint city on the Emerald Isle, getting around will be done mostly on foot. The city is relatively small and has retained much of its history so exploring all there is to see will be most rewarding on foot or by bike. However, with ferries available to take you across to sites such as the Aran Islands it's simple to make the most of your stay here.