This is not a location where I felt relaxed as there is an abundance of "vagabond" types whose company I would wish to avoid. No shortage of litter to trip you up. I would recommend that you avoid.
Located in the heart of Galway. Lots of shops to look in this historic part of town, very friendly pubs to choose from, warm coffee shops. There are a few hotels also located in the area. It's a great place to start in Galway, order a pint of Guiness, warm chips and watch the world go by.
We have been here before but we're here today to watch the St. Patrick's Day parade. It was a great time - rain and wind not withstanding. It is a wonderful place to walk about and kept very clean! Hope to visit it in sunshine before my holiday is over!
It's a sad indictment of people's behaviour that the lovely historical architectural feature Brown Door is now surrounded by a dirty Perspex screen to prevent people damaging the structure - or themselves - by climbing on it or covering it in graffiti. Another sadness is the missing statue of Padraig O'Connaire. It's a great feature of Galway to have an... 更多
looking around the square all you could see was tourists every where. good directions in full view, very clean and easy to cross with the lights. A lot of shops close by
This is he meeting point from where Galway's walking tours start. The square is also surrounded by pubs, restaurants Hostels and at one side boardered by the railway station which is teamed up by the central bus statio.n
i visited the Eyre square twice within a week and enjoyed the experience of shopping and walking around the square. The people are friendly and the little shops and pubs are worth watching.