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Galway is among the fastest-growing European capitals but despite its development, it still maintains a warm, small-town ambience. Its lively arts scene makes it highly recognised by people around the world, especially every summer when the Galway Arts Festival is being held. Dubbed as the “gateway to the west”, getting there is complemented by cheap car hire in Galway Airport upon arrival. Travellers can avail cheap car hire in Galway Airport for more convenience it exploring the city and beyond.

One of Galway's major attractions is Lynch's Castle that dates back to 1490 and with renovations done in the 19th century. The Galway Cathedral is another site that is not likely to be missed since it reigns over the city skyline.

The Galways Arts Centre is worth visiting for its readings, exhibits, and concerts. It is housed in the townhouse where Lady Augusta Gregory once lived. City memorabilia, local documents, and photographs are housed in the Galway City Museum. Other interesting places to see in Galway include the Nora Barnacle House where the wife of James Joyce once lived, the Eyre Square's pedestrian park, and the festive medieval quarter.

A lot of leisure activities can be done in Galway. Golfing is one favourite pastime at the Galway Bay Golf and Country Club while horseback riding can be done through woodlands, mountain lands, farmlands, and forests. More the city's culture and tradition are best experienced in Galway's restaurants and pubs where visitors can enjoy fresh catch from the Atlantic, Irish music, and Guinness.

Day trips beyond Galway should be done and this is where car rental can be beneficial to travellers. A trip to the wild and rugged region of Connemara provides bogs, mountain passes, and serene valleys. Hiking trails and ocean views are not to be missed at the Twelve Bens mountain range. The Aran Islands should also be seen for Ireland's Christian and pre-Christian remnants along with the Dun Aengus Iron Age stone forts in Inishmor.