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In times of yesteryear, the city acquired its name from the Irish word Gaillimhe and this was eventually Anglicised first to form Gallive and eventually Galway. Today, the area enjoys a mild though changeable climate and is a treasure trove of places of historical interest, putting it firmly on the tourist trail. Many head to Lynch’s Castle on Shop Street (now, alas, used as a banking building), while others love to stroll the Galway River and wander to the Spanish Arch, soaking up the feeling of times gone by.
Galway Cathedral (sometimes known by its longer name of the Cathedral of Our Lady Assumed Into Heaven and St. Nicholas) is a highlight of many people’s journeys. This Roman Catholic cathedral, built in the 1900s in the Renaissance style, lies at the site of a former prison. Completed in the mid-1960s, it is the most recent of the great stone cathedrals of Europe. People who prefer their history a little older, venture to the Collegiate Church of St. Nicholas, a medieval building founded in 1320.
Thanks to being a university city (the National University of Ireland is here), Galway always has a thriving and youthful community, made up of a happy mix of incomers and natives. Universities and places or learning always ensure that a city or town keeps its fingers on the pulse instead of drifting into obscurity. Men and women from around the world come here to learn and, as a consequence, gay massage Galway is of a refined and elevated quality.
If you’re here for pleasure (or you have a bit of time off work), you’ll find a world of atmosphere and mystery as you stroll the Eglinton Canal (named in honour of a one-time Lord Lieutenant of Ireland) or take a trip into the Claddagh, the city’s oldest quarters. You’ll come across the Lynch Window, where a plaque commemorates some of the city’s fables, and the Browne doorway, which was originally the doorway to the dwellings of the Browne tribe (Galway was once known as the city of tribes).
Don’t forget to check out Galway City Museum, where you’ll learn more and more about the heritage of this place and its poets and artists. It may interest you to know that in a 2008 poll, Galway came 42nd in the list of best destinations of the world and 14th in Europe. In Ireland, only Dingle ranked ahead of it.