County Galway, in western Ireland, boasts a mosaic of experiences. Between the picturesque Atlantic coastline and the rocky Connemara National Park, explore the Twelve Bens mountain range, several pristine lakes, picture-postcard farmlands, the Carraroe coral beach, and Clifden’s Sky Road. From cliffside castle ruins and fishermen cottages, to the romantic Kylemore Abbey, Galway offers a wealth of attractions. Be part of celebrations galore, as a bunch of medieval towns host Irish festivities throughout the year, and the Claddagh ring still symbolizes love! The city of Galway along River Corrib, lies midway on the famous Wild Atlantic Way. An ideal base for excursions around, its traditional music and cosmopolitan lifestyle entertain people of all ages. Galway’s vibrant student population keeps the nightlife going all year round, along with artisanal cafes, quaint pubs, and the busking scene. Off shore, the Aran Islands afford stunning natural beauty, thanks to unique geographical formations. Various heritage sites, including the Dún Aonghasa, and the distinct Gaelic culture, make for interesting discoveries.