Menlo Castle is a beautiful Ivy covered ruins of a Castle along the River Corrib in Galway. The 16th century building blends seamlessly into the surrounding landscape but still stands impressively on the river bank. It’s a short distance from the city centre and is free to explore. So, if you enjoy checking out ruins, make sure you leave time for visiting Menlo castle on your trip to Galway
Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge – What is it ?
The Carrick-A-Rede rope bridge is a popular attraction along the north coast of Antrim. It is a suspended bridge, connecting the small island of Carrick-A-Rede to the mainland. The bridge is 66 ft long (20m) and is suspended 100 ft (30m) over the sea. The coastal walk to the bridge gives stunning views of the cliffs and coastline and the island itself. While the island is a small rocky outlet itself, is a place where you can take a relaxing rest before making your way back. If you plan on visiting Carrick-A-Rede rope bridge, you will find all the information you need below.
Galway has some amazing restaurants and cafes. Since moving back here, I have been on a mission to try em all! Admittedly it’s taking longer that one could have hoped (broke af), but I’ll get there! What I’ve discovered in the process, is that there are some really quirky and cool places to eat in Galway city. I have explored the cobbled streets seeking the best and most interesting places to eat. So, if you’re looking for a cool place to get some grub, here’s:
5 cool places to eat in Galway city
Things to do over Christmas in Galway
It is no secret that Galway is Ireland’s friendliest city. People flock here to take in it’s charm all year around. At Christmas, the atmosphere intensifies if possible as the city ups it’s game. The over-the-top decorations and the famous Christmas markets reappear. If you’re looking to indulge in the Christmas spirit for a day, look no further than the countries most western city!