Galway Stag Weekends

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Galway is one of Ireland's dark horses when it comes to stag weekends. Dublin may be the most famous and the biggest name, but Galway has plenty of reasons to go here for a stag do. If you're looking for a great seaside location without the commercialisation of Dublin, the homely pubs serving delicious pints from tap, and activities which will keep any stag entertained, then get on the phone and start organising your Galway stag. Not to mention the clubs are fantastic, too!

Galway Special Offers
Half price stag on a group of 15 or more
OR Stag or Best Man goes FREE on a group of 20 or more

Offers subject to full packages which must include at least two nights’ accommodation and minimum of one activity or nightlife option
 

Interesting facts about Galway

 
 

LANGUAGE

English 

AVG SUMMER TEMP

20°C 

AVG WINTER TEMP

8°C 

COST OF A PINT

£3.50

CURRENCY

Euro

AIRPORT

Shannon or Knock

 
Climate in Galway
 
 

Climate in Galway

Galway's weather is mild most of the year, rarely reaching extreme temperatures in either direction! In Winter temperatures average out at around 8C, while in the summer temperatures rarely see above 20C. Spring and autumn are both mild, although in autumn you'll be wanting to take a coat because September through November is Galway's rainy season.

Find out about getting around Galway

Getting around Galway
 
 

Getting around Galway

Galway is a fairly compact city and easily accessible by foot. The Promenade and Salthill, both popular tourist areas, are only a short walk from the city centre. But if you feel like saving your energy for your night out instead, Bus Eireann and CityDirect both run local bus lines throughout the city centre and to popular destinations surrounding the Galway. If you'd rather drive, avoid driving in the centre as the city has very heavy traffic at times and parking is expensive and hard to come by. Europcar and Budget Car Rental both have locations for pick up and drop off within Galway. Taxis are another convenient option, although they can be expensive if you're not splitting the price between a group! A taxi rank can be found in the heart of Galway on Eyre Square.

What you need to know about nightlife in Galway

Nightlife in Galway
 
 

Nightlife in Galway

Being the tourist hotspot it is Galway has some excellent nightlife on offer, and as you can imagine what with being in Ireland, drinking is always on the menu! There's a range of pubs from modern student hangouts to traditional bars with live Irish music, so you'll be spoilt for choice on your obligatory stag do pub crawl. Thursdays through Sundays are the nights the clubs will be packed out with tourists and locals, while the students tend to go out earlier during the week.

Learn about eating in Galway

Eating in Galway
 
 

Eating in Galway

Like any city, Galway caters to pretty much all tastes. You'll find American, Italian, Mexican and Asian restaurants as easily as you would anywhere else. Being a seaside town, Galway's speciality is fish and there are many excellent seafood restaurants available to choose from! If you're looking for a quick snack during the day, the outdoor market in Church Lane offers locally grown produce and freshly prepared meals and snacks!

Find out how to travel to Galway

Getting to Galway
 
 

Getting to Galway

Check out our flights page for more information about getting to Galway.

Things to see in Galway

Things to see in Galway
 
 

Things to see in Galway

Galway Market: on Church Lane has plenty of locally produced food, beer and ales on offer as well as plenty of bargains available, particularly when the Christmas market opens in December.
The Promenade: in Salthill is only a 20 minute walk outside the city centre and offers stunning views of the sea. It also has a diving board on the pier if you're brave enough!
Connemara National Park: is a stunning sight and a great idea if you fancy getting out of the city for a day.

Find out about the climate in Galway

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