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Check out the latest events that Galway has to offer with Snoozles being in the middle of the action – For all events happening in Galway we are always in the know, if you are coming down, give us a call directly for best available rates over festival and event dates

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Where To Visit

Galway city is full of Art, Culture, Music, Great people, and one thing we do very well in Galway is food and drinks!

Our team will direct you on tourist attractions, restaurants, cafes, art galleries all within a few minutes walk of Snoozles Hostel, as we are located right in the very centre of galway City.

Galway has been announced as Cultural Capital for 2020 #Galway2020

 

O’Connell’s Bar & Beer Garden Galway

O’Connell’s Bar & Beer Garden (Less than 5 Minutes from Snoozles)

O’Connell’s was once a grocery and a small bar but has been solely a pub since the 1970’s. The décor is truly stunning, with all original features including tiled floors, antique lighting, stained glass windows, solid wooden seating and an amazing pressed tin ornate ceiling in the main bar. Historic photos line the walls with the Best Beer Garden in Galway! A must see to experience a true Galway Bar.

The Dough Bro’s Galway

The Dough Bro’s

The Dough Bros started out as street food truck in Galway in June 2013, serving authentic wood fired pizza at markets, events and private parties. On July 02nd 2014 they opened a pop up restaurant which was so successful they now have a permanent restaurant in Galway serving the BEST pizza’s by a friendly bunch of people.

Spanish Arch/Claddagh

Spanish Arch/Claddagh

The Spanish arch is positioned on the left bank of the Corrib River, and is one of Galway’s historical gems, dating back to pre-medieval times. Today it is always full of life, interesting people, large crowds gather here on a sunny day (Calling it the Sparch) people eat, drink, play music and it is a great place to visit.

Salthill Galway

Salthill

It’s hard to beat Salthill’s location. Situated on the northern inner shore of Galway Bay, the Aran Islands are visible to the right and Galway City to the left. On a clear day you feel as though you could reach out across the bay and touch the Clare hills though there are also many days when you can’t see them at all. Dive off Blackrock tower or get an ice cream and walk the prom – you are sure to enjoy