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A visit to Galway is never complete without spending some time exploring The Latin Quarter. It is a magical place. Starting at St Nicholas' Church, the Latin Quarter runs through the city's Saturday market and onto O'Brien's Bridge. From there it follows the River Corrib down to the Spanish Arch where the Galway City Museum is located and then swings back up along Middle Street and turns up Buttermilk Lane where it joins the starting point. From day-time to late into the night it is buzzing with people who are enjoying all that is on offer. The vast majority of the shops are locally owned and it boasts some of some of Galway's best loved pubs and restaurants.
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Galway's famous Indian Restaurant prides itself on the excellence of its cuisine and prompt friendly service. Lamb, beef, poultry and seafood dishes are prepared to authentic Indian recipes and can also be made to suit individual preferences. Tandoori, balti and vegetarian food are speciality and Tulsi are recommended by the Bridgestone Vegetarian Guide to Ireland and also the only Indian restaurant recommended by Bridgestone Food Guide in Ireland 07/09 area. The restaurant is fully air-conditioned and has a full licence.
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The Biddy Early Brewery is Ireland's first pub brewery. We hope our site will impart a little of our passion for our beers. When we started to brew in 1995, we revived the tradition of craft brewing in Ireland and our small brewery continues to produce fine beers using only natural ingredients. Since we opened our brewery in 1995 we have had many visitors. While obviously content with a pint or two of our beers, we found that they also wanted to know more about the brewery itself. To provide this we have converted part of the pub into a visitor centre. Here visitors can watch an audio-visual presentation on the legend of Biddy Early and the brewing process and how the two are inter-linked. This is followed by a guided tour of the brewery and beer tasting. Finally, visitors have the opportunity to purchase souvenir merchandise.
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The Bards Den, situated directly at the foot of Diamond Mountain and surrounded by the 12 Bens and Connemara National Park, is one of the oldest hostelries in Connemara. Located in the centre of Letterfrack Village, at the entrance to Connemara National Park and overlooking the village green and Letterfrack Furniture College, The Bards Den lends itself as the ideal base for activity or romantic holidays in Connemara. Open fires, comfortable lounges and full service guarantee all visitors a great night with tradtional Irish music and guinness. A must for all visitors to the region.
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Tarrea Queen Tours specialise in scenic tours and sea fishing charters around Galway Bay and surrounding areas. Taking in sights such as Deer Island, Kinvara Bay, Island Eddie and Martello Towers in the Ballyvaughen area. Trips to and around the scenic and picturesque Aran Islands can also be arranged upon request. We also offer full, short day or evening fishing and sea angling charters. As the waters around Galway Bay are rich in a wide variety of fish, our fully equipped vessel will cater for both complete beginners and also to the more experienced angler for which we will provide all types of equipment. Fishing includes skate, white pollock, ray, tope, ling and shark fishing.
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The Quay House is Clifden's oldest building, dating from C1820. It was originally the Harbour Master's house but later became a Franciscan monastery, then a convent and finally a hotel. The Quay House has been sensitively restored and now has seven bedrooms and seven studios (all different) with full bathrooms - all but two overlook the Harbour. Family portraits, period furniture, cosy fires and a warm Irish welcome make for a unique atmosphere of comfort and fun.
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Little Cinema is a monthly short film screening set up in Galway which takes place Upstairs in Kelly’s Bar on Bridge Street and showcases films of all genres made by talented local film-makers of all levels from beginners to professionals.
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The Celtic Shop and Tara Jewellers has been a most popular choice for visitors to Connemara for the past 30 years, who have a discerning eye for quality. Experienced staff ensures that you receive personal attention and friendly help in making your choice from the fine selection of Jewellery, Gifts and Crafts. Our product range is constantly changing, but of course, we stock all the well known Irish brands such as Waterford Crystal, Galway Irish Crystal, Belleek China, Genesis Fine Arts, Newbridge Silverware and Nicholas Mosse Country Pottery. Celtic Pewter in jewellery and gifts, Tweed Caps and Hats, Irish Linen products are also a popular choice. In our aparell section, you'll find Avoca Handweavers and Studio Donegal rugs, and other accessories amongst a large selection of woolens.
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Taibhdhearc na Gaillimhe, also referred to as An Taibhdhearc, is the national Irish language theatre of Ireland. It was founded in 1928. The building itself is built on the ruins of the city's original Augustinian friary. The rear wall incorporates a wall from this friary, including some carved stone window frames. With its location on Middle Street the Taibhdhearc is situated in the heart of the mediaeval Galway. The theatre regularly features musicals, opera and drama. Many luminaries have appeared at the Taibhdhearc, including playwright and novelist Walter Macken, poet Máirtin Ó Direáin, distinguished actress Siobhán McKenna and actor Seán McClory. Check local listings for current productions.
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Tuam Arts Festival, held in mid-August, is produced by award winning Earwig Arts with a mix of local, national and international spectacle, theatre, music, comedy literature, visual arts and family events. The two-week festival will feature some of the region's best known and loved acts, as well as shows by some of the country's top performers. The festival boasts itself as providing a great variety of local, national and international events, performing at a range of indoor and outdoor venues in the town.
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Upcoming Events
Trad on the Prom (13th May - 25th September 2014)
Trad on the Prom is a contemporary Irish Show featuring an electrifying mix of traditional irish music, song and dance.
Galway Film Fleadh (8th - 13th July 2014)
Ireland's leading film festival, the Galway Film Fleadh is a six-day international event welcoming a diversity of films from around the world.
The Galway Sessions (15th - 22nd June 2014)
The Galway Sessions is the annual festival of Irish trad, promoting the cultural links between Ireland and Scotland.
Celtic Tales - Storytelling Sessions (05th June - 25th September 2014)
Experience storytelling at its most magical and uplifting every Thursday evening in The Cottage Bar with award winning storyteller Rab Swannock...
Connemara Bog Week (22nd May - 02nd June 2014)
Connemara Bog Week celebrates its 30th anniversary this year with lots of special events planned.
Roundstone Bay 8K (17th May 2014)
The 4th annual Roundstone Bay 8K takes place on Saturday May 17th @1pm in the heart of Connemara.
Connemara Adventure Challenge (10th May 2014)
The Connemara Adventure Challenge takes place on the 10th May, and covers 3 separate disciplines - trail/mountain running, kayaking and cycling.
Galway Early Music Festival (May 08th - 11th 2014)
Enjoy this wonderful medieval festival with concerts, film, family events and workshops in the lively medieval centre of Galway.
Connemara Mussel Festival (02nd - 04th May 2014)
A celebration of Killary Mussels harvested on the glorious Renvyle Peninsula in North Connemara.
Fleadh na gCuach (02nd - 05th May 2014)
The Cuckoo Fleadh in the village of Kinvara has become a showcase for the best in traditional music, attracting musicians from all over Ireland and...

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