Galway city is the fifth largest city in Ireland and the third largest city in the Republic of Ireland. It is situated at the bank of River Corrib between Galway bay and Lough Corrib. The city has an exceptionally favorable climate due to lack of temperature extremes as temperature normally range from 0 °C to 30 °C through out the year in accordance with individual seasons. Galway is well known for its culture festivals and historic background, which makes it one of the leading tourist attractions in Ireland.

Among the different methods to get to Galway, include air transportation by means of airplanes, road transportation by means of vehicles and rail transportation by means of a train. The city is served by Galway Airport terminal, which is 10 km east of the city while transportation from the airport to the city is offered by public buses and taxis with airport taxis ranging from €15 to €25. Train transportation is served by Iarnród Éireann, which manages six trips per day, with the exception of Sunday (four trips on Sunday) from Dublin Heuston station while various service providers provide bus transportation.

Various companies in the city as well as freelance tours such as Galway may offer Travel Guide. Among the places that one may encounter in the city include Galway City Museum at Spanish Arch which focuses on the history and heritage of the city, Spanish Arch which is a popular spot for relaxing, The Promenade in Salthill, the shopping area south of Eyre Square and the excavated ruins of the medieval banqueting hall. There are also various activities a visitor can enjoy on visiting different places such as the Town Hall Theatre where there are plays, and musical performances and it is also used as a venue for Galway’s finest festivals. The Galway Atlantaquaria (Seapoint Promenade, Salthill) where sea creatures and its environs are displayed in glass mirrors for one to see is an excellent place to view and experience the sea and its inhabitants, while at Corrib Princess (Woodquay Galway) one can get through River Corrib on a modern luxury river cruise.

In case one is needs to buy things such as art crafts in Galway then the best place to look for is is at Galway Market(church lane besides St.Nicholas church) and at Eyre Square Centre. Galway also has various accommodation facilities such as hostels also recreational facilities such as clubs, cinemas, theatres, restaurants and bars. Galway is also a safe place however, one is advised to cautious at night.