Galway City Cycle Tours
This guided bicycle tour of Galway City is entertaining, easy and informative. You will experience and see areas beyond the scope of other tours. You will have plenty of laughs along the way including a stop for coffee, during the 3 to 4 hour tour, so you get to re-charge your batteries and rest a while. As a descendant of one of the Galway Tribes, I am privileged to be in a position to show you around our beautiful city which will charm and delight you. I love living in Galway. I love meeting new people and sharing the many interesting stories and fables of this great city. The bike is undoubtedly the best way to see Galway city. Let us show you Galway, which has many interesting places to visit from the Wild Atlantic Way to the banks of the Eglington Canal and the Corrib River. Starting in Salthill, you will cycle to the Famine Monument and Nimmos Pier. Cutting through the west you visit the home of actor and author Walter Macken and continue onto the beautiful and peaceful Eglington canal. Entering the grounds of the National University of Ireland Galway, you will be transported back to 1849 when it’s first students enrolled in this majestic establishment. Riverside walkways with wildlife and rushes that wave at you as you cycle by. Returning then to the old industrial heartland, now a charming walkway of canals bridges and waterfalls which guide you to the city centre full of medieval relics and memories and charming narrow streets buzzing with life that lead you back to the harbour, Spanish Arch and our must visit Museum.