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Quay Street, Galway
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Explore Quay Street, one of the city's most lively and fun areas to see on foot. This street is one of many that stretch south from Eyre Square toward the Corrib. Take a stroll and admire the beautiful historic buildings, window-shop at one of many artisan boutiques, and people-watch from a café or restaurant. Don't miss a stop at one of the pubs along the way. This street is known for having some of the best nightlife in Galway because of its welcoming atmosphere. A visit to Quay Street represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Galway trip itinerary planner to plot your vacation.
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Hermosa ciudad, con la posibilidad de conocer las islas muy cecanas, como Inishman, donde vivió y escribió John SyngeBeautiful city, with the possibility of knowing the very cecanas, as Inishman Islands, where he lived and wrote John Syngeshow original
Calle alegre, dinámica y ajetreada, plagada de gente incluso con lluvia. Ambientada con músicos y artistas callejeros y escaparates muy cuidados.Street cheerful, dynamic and busy, full of people even with rain. Set with musicians and street performers and displays nicely.show original
Lots to see and do. Some excellent restaurants. Walls along the canals and spot seals feeding. Take a day trip to Cliffs of Moher.
Good menu, prices and service.
This place has alot of options and they are all great.
Positive: Good food and reasonable prices for city center. Staff is very nice. Negative: I didn't like the music and bathroom is super small.
Excellent food. Unfortunately our drink and appetizers were forgotten and the just the main course came out, so we decided to just cancel the appetizer.
I wish that I could give this place 100 stars. Everything was reasonably priced and outstandingly delicious. Ordered hummus plate starter (amazing), side of chips, mussels, fish monger stew, and "banoffee," which is banana / toffee dessert.
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