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I wouldn't often recommend visiting a University campus, but you should really try to visit the NUIG campus if you're in Galway! It's about a 5 minute walk from Eyre Square and is really worth it- the campus, especially the Quad, is beautiful.
There is an accessibility walk (follow the blue dots) through this campus which is a good starting point. Diverge from the path and look at the older buildings including the original Quadrangle with its beautiful stonework and lawn. The explanatory story boards give the history...More
I recently made an appointment to view some documents at the James Hardiman library in NUIG and was told by the man over the library that I was very welcome and I really looked forward to going in. However the man I had spoken to...More
Very interesting place to visit. A quiet, thought provoking, restful place for the mind. Nice quadrangle, buildings, walkways, historical information. Great walk alongside the River Corrib. Uplifting experience.
I booked my accomodation for 2 noghts in the Vorrib Village zCampus. Which was initially a nit hard to find. But I got the lo ation Eircode. Upon arrival it was an unexpected surprise. It was queitclean. Staff were friendly and helpful. The restaurant staff...More
We strolled though the campus on Sunday when it was nice and quiet. The campus is small and compact and combines the old with new architecture. The quad area is beautiful and similar to other universities in Ireland of the same era.
Visiting our friends daughter who was studying there, we were surprised to find that there is actually a very nice river running through the campus. The layout of the college was also unique in that its apparently divided by River Corrib yet you could drive...More