“Galway is an amazing city and the walking tour helped me to discover the city's history and details...A fantastic tour to do when in Galway”.
“Although I live in Galway City and already know a good bit of history of the place, it’s still always good to hear another person’s take on the place especially as the guide was Italian, I learnt stuff I never knew and the other people on the tour were also very interesting. Altogether a very relaxing and enjoyable experience”.
“I really enjoyed the 'Stories and Wisdom' guided walk at Coole Park and found the guide's knowledge of trees and their folklore to be excellent!”
“Our walk last Sunday Italy Galway and Ireland a shared history was very interesting. We never realised that there was such a strong connection between Italy and Galway. The route taken for our walk was very central including many historical highlights of the city and luckily for us we had unexpected sunshine all the way. A day to remember!”
“Excellent tour!” Maggie Keaveney
“A superb tour along the riverbanks of the river Corrib where the true history of the city, it’s people, battles & industries were brought to life”.
“Wonderfully entertaining walking tour with the town crier as our guide. Super interesting day out!”
“Well worth doing.... very informative and fun!”
“Very interesting tour delivered very well.”
Una Ni Charthaigh
“Get out and explore Galway....Fun for all the family.”
About the GTGA
The Galway Tour Guides Association is a collective of Fáilte Ireland / Irish Tourist Board accredited tour guides. Our professional accredited tour guides are located in Galway City and across the Wild Atlantic Way, Co. Clare, Co. Galway and Co. Mayo.
The Galway Tour Guide Association was set up in 2009 by Paul O Donnell and has since gone from strength to strength, today numbering 30 guides from diverse backgrounds. We are first and foremost storytellers, always anxious to share our knowledge with visitors to the west of Ireland.
Latest Past Walks
The tour will take you deep into Clonbur Wood situated between Loughs Corrib and Mask which is a place of impressive biological and geological diversity. The landscape features a U-shaped valley, drumlins and a limestone pavement. Rosshill Cemetery at the edge of the wood also features the ruins of a 13th century church, Teampall Brendán.