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GALWAY has so many stories to tell
Having found your favourite spots to see on your next visit to Galway, it’s time to put the wheels in motion. Share your discoveries with your friends and family, get booking and prepare for an incredibly memorable trip.
Across Galway’s city streets you can spot the breath taking art of Galway artist Tracey Moca. Day after day she has been hand painting bright radiant images onto the dull grey electrical boxes. Her creative talents have without doubt added a touch of colour to the bleak January days.
Hidden deep off the trail inside the dense Clonbur Woodland, pass the deer wandering through the bright wildflowers and you’ll find the enchanting ruins of Ballykine Castle, completely concealed by the surrounding emerald foliage. Follow the overgrown pathway into the depths of the rich forestry which has enveloped the building over time, leaving it submerged in an eerily quiet atmosphere.
Galway’s cultural and ethnic melting pot is highlighted and celebrated with new music project, Baba Yarga
The RTÉ 1 New Years Eve Countdown featured a stunning cover of The Saw Doctors N17. The beautiful performance by singer-songwriter Tolü Makay alongside the RTÉ Concert Orchestra transformed the Galway classic into a moving ballad that left viewers in tears. Her flawless rendition of N17 is now set to be released by Rubyworks Records.