Following the enormous success of last year’s inaugural campaign, Made Local, a nationwide initiative developed by DCCI, will run throughout the summer and aims to once again spotlight some of Ireland’s most talented craftspeople, while boosting sales and driving revenue for makers and retailers alike.
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.
Realt na Gaillimhe, a fully restored Galway Hooker which was bought by Taylor’s Bar & Beer Garden in Galway’s Westend, set sail on its maiden voyage on Friday 2nd July to join up with the fleet of hookers on Galway Bay!
Explore Galway on foot through the inaugural Galway Walking Festival, beginning on July 9th! Find out more here…
Tribe Hospitality Group is back in action and ready for summer! The Galway group, which operates five locations in Knocknacara, Salthill, Newcastle and Renmore, offer the perfect way to spend Summer with friends in Galway!
With four popular locations throughout Ireland under their belt already, the team at Spice India are taking the plunge and bringing their incredible flavour to Lower Dominick Street from July 1 and we cannot wait.
A gem, hidden in plain sight in Galway’s Westend, Soundtrack and Podcast is a creative space where stories are told and audio is created to best suit your brand, film or podcast. We talked to Alan Preims, professional musician and composer, about this exciting new venture, the importance of storytelling, his creative process and more. Read on to discover a new world of sound…
Clear your schedule because there’s some serious craic on the horizon. The folks at Scavenger Hunting Ireland, who have hosted some spectacular events in Cork and Dublin, are bringing the excitement to Galway city this weekend from Saturday 3 July to Sunday 4 July.
An exquisite eatery that’s become something of a tourist attraction in itself, restaurant darcy twelve put good old West of Ireland produce into the limelight and dish it up with expert know-how – it’s no wonder they always draw a crowd.