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Claddagh Ring picture in Galway
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Galway Cathedral picture in Galway
Dunguaire Castle picture in Galway
Galway Market picture in Galway
Spanish Arch picture in Galway
Galway City Museum picture in Galway
Salthill Promenade picture in Galway
St. Nicholas Collegiate Church picture in Galway

You'll find Shop Street in downtown Galway. powerofforever Getty Images

Drive along the Wild Atlantic Way and you'll spot Downpatrick Head, home to the Dún Briste sea stack. Daniel Kirchner Getty Images

Did you know the Cliffs of Moher are also a bird-watcher's paradise? The area is home to Ireland's largest mainland seabird nesting colony, with 20 species of nesting birds. Among the many species you'll spot are the puffin. sachin polassery Getty Images

You may spot Connemara ponies while visiting Connemara National Park. Anthony Cassidy Getty Images

Mizen Head, found along the Wild Atlantic Way, is Ireland's most southwesterly point. In 1931, it became home to Ireland's first radio beacon. Franz Aberham Getty Images

If you want to capture spectacular photos of the Cliffs of Moher without your fellow tourists ruining the shot, plan an early morning or late evening visit. © Marco Bottigelli Getty Images

For a casual meal, indulge in some traditional fish and chips at a local pub. Michelle McMahon Getty Images

O'Brien's Tower, which was built in 1835, is popular with tourists visiting the Cliffs of Moher. Allan Baxter Getty Images

If you're planning to visit Dún Aonghasa during your Aran Islands trip, wear sturdy shoes as the path can be rocky and slippery. ManuelVelasco Getty Images

Inishmore, part of the Aran Islands, is home to Kilmurvey Beach. ale_rizzo Getty Images

Diamond Hill is a popular hike in Connemara National Park. Aurélien Pottier Getty Images

Take a peek inside the Galway Cathedral to see its intricate stonework and unique mosaics. photography by Robert Riddell Getty Images

Galway Cathedral is enchanting come nightfall. Patrick Dinneen Getty Images

Every Christmas, the Galway Market is decorated with eye-catching lights and candles. rihardzz Getty Images

As host to the annual Galway International Oyster and Seafood Festival, it should come as no surprise that the city is home to a delicious selection of oysters. Moran's Oyster Cottage is a particular favorite. Mariha-kitchen Getty Images

This granite boulder sculpture – called Deirbhile's Twist – was created as part of the Tír Sáile Sculpture Trail in North Mayo, Ireland's largest public arts project. It's just one sight on the Wild Atlantic Way. Christian McLeod Failte Ireland

Keep an eye out for swans in Galway Bay. lucafabbian Getty Images

Scenic views are at every turn in Connemara National Park. mikroman6 Getty Images

The Spanish Arch is a popular photo op for Galway tourists. powerofforever Getty Images

One of Ireland's most iconic sights, the Cliffs of Moher, which at their highest stand 702 feet above the ocean, are not to be missed. pawel.gaul Getty Images

Did you know the famous Irish Claddagh ring, composed of two hands clasped around a heart with a crown above it (symbolizing love, friendship and loyalty), was designed in Galway more than 400 years ago? TheaDesign Getty Images

A stunning view of the cliffs from the ancient Dún Aonghasa fort on Inishmore, part of the Aran Islands. Michelle McMahon Getty Images

You can access the Galway Cathedral via the Salmon Weir Bridge. ClaudineVM Getty Images

You'll find the Galway Cathedral along the Corrib River. Michelle McMahon Getty Images

You'll find the 16th-century Dunguaire Castle less than 20 miles south of Galway. titoslack Getty Images

Oysters are just one of the tempting foods at the popular Galway Market. Kelvin Gillmor Tourism Ireland

The 16th-century Spanish Arch offers a glimpse of the city's medieval past and is a popular photo op for Galway visitors. Stephen Power Tourism Ireland

The free Galway City Museum details the area's history.  Fáilte Ireland

Walking along the Salthill Promenade is popular with both local and visitors. Michelle McMahon Getty Images

Visitors are routinely impressed with the beautiful interior of St. Nicholas' Collegiate Church. Parminder Gill/One Word Entertainment Creative Getty Images

Main Shop Street picture in Galway
Downpatrick Head picture in Galway
Cliffs of Moher  picture in Galway
Ponies picture in Galway
Mizen Head picture in Galway
Cliffs of Moher  picture in Galway
Fish and Chips picture in Galway
Cliffs of Moher  picture in Galway
Aran Islands picture in Galway
Aran Islands 2 picture in Galway
Diamond Hill picture in Galway
Galway Cathedral 3 picture in Galway
Galway Cathedral 2 picture in Galway
Galway Market picture in Galway
Oysters picture in Galway
Wild Atlantic Way picture in Galway
Galway Bay Swans picture in Galway
Connemara National Park picture in Galway
Spanish Arch picture in Galway
Cliffs of Moher picture in Galway
Claddagh Ring picture in Galway
Aran Islands picture in Galway
Galway Cathedral picture in Galway
Galway Cathedral picture in Galway
Dunguaire Castle picture in Galway
Galway Market picture in Galway
Spanish Arch picture in Galway
Galway City Museum picture in Galway
Salthill Promenade picture in Galway
St. Nicholas Collegiate Church picture in Galway

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