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Galway Travel Guide

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The G Galway's Interior Design

Hat designer extraordinaire Philip Treacy puts another feather in his cap: the dazzling interiors of a new hotel in his native County Galway, Ireland.

Driving Ireland’s West Coast

On a road trip along Ireland’s west coast, T+L discovers that the more things change, the more (thankfully) they stay the same.

The Foodie's Travel Bucket List

It's worth the trip to sample these quintessential dishes, from tapas in Barcelona to the freshest sushi of your life in Tokyo. We've got the...

World's Top Oyster Bars

On a quest for the best oysters, T+L travels the globe on a half shell.

World's Most Underrated Cities

Sure, popular cities have their place. But if you like exploring, there's interesting stuff in the world's most underrated cities.

Culinary Delight in Ireland

In search of the Emerald Isle’s best food, Matt Lee and Ted Lee head to County Cork, where artisanal cheesemakers, authentic pubs, and briny oysters...

Global Vision Awards 2010

A sustainable tour operator. A colonial restoration project. A nonprofit literacy initiative. Evidence that travel can change the world.

A-List: World's Top Travel Agents 2011

Whether you’re looking to plan the trip of a lifetime, secure a great guide, or snag a hotel upgrade, booking with an expert beats the...

Best Secret Islands on Earth

For white-sand beaches, salty breezes, freshly caught seafood, and no crowds, head to one of the world’s best secret islands.

25 Secret European Villages

Medieval churches, cobblestoned streets, and endless olive groves: head to these small European towns to discover a country’s soul.
HOTELS

Man of Aran Cottage

Man of Aran was an acclaimed 1934 movie about life on Inishmore, chief of the Aran Islands, known worldwide for its thick wool sweaters. The traditional thatched cottage used in the film is now a... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Ard Bia

This cozy, casual room turns out Galway's best local food, with global flourishes; house made ice creams are not to be missed. more ›


ACTIVITIES

Cnoc Suain

A beautifully restored hill village that literally sits on layers of Irish history, Cnoc Suain offers a thorough immersion in local culture. Bog walks and classes on Irish language, music, and... more ›


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