Tour Categories: Beer and Brewery Tours, Culinary and Gourmet Tours, Food, Wine and Nightlife, Half day Tours, Luxury and Special Occasion Tours and Activities, Luxury Tours, Tours and Sightseeing, Walking and Biking Tours and Walking Tours
Tour Categories: Beer and Brewery Tours, Culinary and Gourmet Tours, Food, Wine and Nightlife, Half day Tours, Luxury and Special Occasion Tours and Activities, Luxury Tours, Tours and Sightseeing, Walking and Biking Tours and Walking ToursTour Tags: Departs from Galway
This 3-hour Irish walking tour is Galway’s friendliest food and drink tour. You will be able to join local guides who will show you all of the most popular and hidden Irish restaurants and traditional Irish pubs in Galway City. Enjoy a variety of traditional and modern dishes, Irish beers, Irish coffees and local produce. Your maximum group size will be 18 people total, two tour times to choose from, and you (and your group) will need to be a minimum age of 18 to participate. This is a great way to catch up with old friends and make some new friends along the way! Come and meet the locals.
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Stop At: Eyre Square, Galway, County Galway, Western Ireland
Meet your local food tour guide in Garvey’s Select Bar, 13 Eyre Square, Galway. This is a friendly local bar if you arrive early pop in and say hello. The staff will be sure to look after you.
Duration: 20 minutes
Pass By: Eyre Square, Galway, County Galway, Western Ireland
Popular square in the heart of the city featuring grassy areas, trees, sculptures & a playground.
Pass By: Legend of the Claddagh Ring
We will pass down Shop Street and discover some of the hidden side streets. Become happily lost as your guide helps you discover the atmosphere, music and culture of this great city.
Pass By: The Spanish Arch, Galway, County Galway, Western Ireland
The Spanish Arch and the Caoċ Arch in Galway city, Ireland, are two remaining arches on the Ceann an Bhalla. The two arches were part of the extension of the city wall from Martin’s Tower to the bank of the River Corrib, as a measure to protect the city’s quays, which were in the area once known as the Fish Market.