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Places to visit on our routes:

GALWAY CITY

The City of Galway is a hub of energy, and the main focal point of our routes! World renowned as a place for the Arts, Music and Culture, Galway offers the best in restaurants, bars and atmosphere. Soak up the noise of the buskers on Shop Street and the vibrant night life of Dominic Street and "the West" end of the City. Visit the theatres of the Town Hall and Druid Lane as well as popular sights that include the Spanish Arch, Eyre Square & Blackrock Diving Tower in Salthill.

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TUAM

The location of two Cathedrals, Tuam is steeped in Irish culture and tradition. Once the place of High King Rory O'Connor, the town represents an interesting visit for history enthusiasts. Famous as a home of football in Galway, Tuam Stadium and St. Jarlaths College play significant roles in the tradition of the GAA. The home of The Saw Doctors, music is never far away! Places to see include the Cathedral of the Assumption, St. Mary's Cathedral, Rory O'Connor Park & The Old Mill Museum.

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CLAREGALWAY

Claregalway lies on the outskirts of Galway City is a prominent stop along our route. This bustling village is home to places of interest that include Claregalway Castle, Claregalway Friary and its famous Nine Arches Bridge. With two hotels and several places to eat it has become a popular place for relaxed daytime dining, never too far away from the bustle of Galway City. With nearby amenities including a Golf Course and the River Clare, there is no shortage of activities also!

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BALLINROBE

Ballinrobe, County Mayo, is the most northerly point on Burke's Bus routes. Built on the River Robe, which empties into the nearby Lough Mask, the town and its surrounding areas are a place of peacefulness and serenity. Famous for its racecourse, Ballinrobe comes to life for its summer racing festivals. Places to see include Lough Mask, the Cornmarket, Ballinrobe Racecourse, the Cavalry Barracks, and the nearby Ashford Castle.

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HEADFORD

The town of Headford lies on the Eastern Shore of Lough Corrib, 26km North of Galway City. As a lakeside town, the tradition of angling in the town and on its various piers is always evident. Along our route between Headford and Galway City, you can stop off at the world renowned Campbell's Tavern at Cloughanover, celebrated for its music scene and the location of many famous guests throughout the years.

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