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Introduction

Sitting on the River Corrib between Lough Corrib and Galway Bay, you’re likely to hear the “The Galway Girl” being played at least once during your visit to Galway.

Here’s a place where Celtic music is played on the streets by buskers, Irish Gaelic is still widely spoken and translated on the signs of stores, and you can learn how to handle falcons at the School of Falconry.

Want to stay at Ashford Castle, home to the Guinness family and built in 1228? Keep reading.

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