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Great vendors, great food, great gifts! We were visiting Galway for a few days, and so lucky our time overlapped with the weekly Saturday market. We got most of our Christmas shopping done. You must try the curry stand, falafels, hand pressed coffee guy, and...More
This was a great place to wander through. Several stalls selling everything from paintings to cacti!!! I love spending time just checking put all the stalls. It's only in a small area but worth a look. The paintings stalls are good...that's what interested me the...More
This market was open most days during our 2 weeks in Galway, which I think was due to it being the Galway International Arts Festival time - otherwise, I believe it’s only open on weekends, but I’m not positive on that.
It’s a smaller sized...More
Very colorful and variety of street foods. U see an array of crafts too. eat at the Indian stall, or the "wrap' with your choice of accompaniments. about 5 euro. Fish and meat too variable (fresh). A lovely festive look.
If you want unique souvenirs alongside a plethora of delicious, homemade food, look no farther than this market. Located next to the Church of St. Nicholas, you can find everything from jewelry to paintings to bahn mi to burgers to crepes to deep fried doughnuts....More
It was a delightful recovery, finding this market. I imagine it looks different week to week and who brings their goods to sell! This kind of experience is better than a well known restaurant or souvenir store because you see the food and craft at...More