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The NUI Galway Convention Centre is located on the banks of the River Corrib near many of the hotels in Galway. The centre is easily accessible by car or bus and accommodation is available during the summer months. The venue holds 1,000 people and has high-quality video and audio equipment. Whether you are looking for a full banquet or a light lunch, the convention centre can organise everything you need.
No visit to Galway is complete without a meal in the only Michelin star restaurant in the city. Aniar Restaurant is situated in the West End of Galway. The menu is constantly changing to ensure that the produce is local and fresh. Traditional dishes at Aniar Restaurant have a modern twist and are popular with locals and visitors to the area.
The Galway Shopping Centre is located in the heart of the city. With over 50 shops and free parking, this centre is the premier shopping destination in Galway situated near many Galway hotels. The shopping centre is open seven days a week and has plenty of coffee shops and restaurants.
The Galway Atlantaquaria is the National Aquarium of Ireland. Designed to resemble the natural habitat of the fish, visitors can get close up and personal with many of the exhibits.
The Gaelic Games are popular in Galway. Consisting of sports including Gaelic football, hurling, and camogie, which is a stick and ball game for women. The Galway Races are a popular horse racing festival held in July. The festival lasts seven days at Ballybrit Racecourse.