The City of the Tribes is reknowned for its music, culture and craic, but what is there to do in Galway that's a little different?

You've visited the Claddagh Musuem, you've experienced the craic in The Quays, and you've eaten mussels in Salthill. What else is there to do in Galway?

Visit Connemara 

Connemara is located in County Galway, and is blessed with unique and breath-taking scenery. On one side you have the Wild Atlantic Ocean and on the other the majestic mountain ranges of the Twelve Bens and Maumturk. It has captived tourists and Hollywood alike for generations, so we say go and experience it yourself. It truly is like no other. Don’t miss the Sky Road, one of Ireland’s most impressively scenic drives.

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Experience the Cliffs of Moher by boat 

There's no doubt that the Cliffs of Moher are one of Ireland's most loved attractions, so we say experience the cliffs from a different perspective entirely. Taking a cruise around the base of the cliffs.  

Take in a festival 

From the Film Fleadh to the International Arts Festival and the Oyster Festival, Galway is a hive of activity all year around. Which means there's always something going on, no matter what your tastes. And the craic that comes with a festival is always something to experience. 

Check out the Wild Atlantic Way

The Wild Atlantic Way is made up of nine counties along the west coast of Ireland, and enjoys unparrelled views, scenery and opportunities to see Ireland at its best. It starts up north in Donegal, with Galway falling in the middle. Make sure to visit  the Aran Islands!

View from the Sky Road, Clifden, Connemara.

View from the Sky Road, Clifden, Connemara.

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Beautiful panoramic sunset view over The Claddagh Galway in Galway city, IrelandImage: Getty Images