A new tourism initiative is pushing people in Ireland to ‘Make a Break for Galway’ this year for their holidays, pushing Galway city a the ideal spot to have some fun on your staycation.
With the vibrant arts community in the city, and all the bounty of the Wild Atlantic Way at your fingertips, Galway is an amazing holiday destination “whatever the weather!” says Orla Ní Fhinneadha, the stunning Galway Girl and TG4 Weather presenter at the announcement of the new campaign.
‘Make a Break for Galway’ is a new marketing initiative from Galway City Council, Galway Chamber, Fáilte Ireland and Galway City’s Tourism Taskforce.
Mayor of Galway City Mike Cubbard said that he is delighted to throw the city council’s support behind this initiative highlighting Galway as the top staycation destination in Ireland.
“Galway has something for everyone and I am delighted to be highlighting the wonderful festivals, events, attractions in Galway as well as the world class food available that makes a trip to our city so memorable.”
Galway city, it’s innovative and highly imaginative arts community, inspiring food scene, entertainment, and friendly hospitality coupled with super Hotels, accommodation and excellent value for money staycation breaks have long since made Galway a popular choice for visitors.
The City of the Tribes, on the shores of Galway Bay and the Wild Atlantic Way is perfectly positioned to offer visitors exciting city breaks.
Its location on the threshold of Connemara with its magnificent landscape, scenery and visitor experiences offer the perfect day out as do the quaint Aran Islands along with the adventure of County Galway.
Launching this month, makeabreakforgalway.ie is a guide to all that’s wonderful about Galway City along with an exciting menu of staycation Autumn Special Offers.
Couples, families, individuals, foodies, arts and culture lovers can delve into all of the events, packages and offers to whet their appetite for a break before winter which will create wonderful new memories and satisfy all their needs and desires.
If you’re craving a bit of the cultural life that’s been denied for months now, Galway International Arts Festival is there for you with its revised Autumn programme.
The headline of this is the Mirror Pavilion which is dazzling at Claddagh Quay right, and is headed to Connemara after.
Galway 2020 has reimagined its programme for the remaining of the year while staying true to its originally themes of Language, Landscape and Migration with a menu of live and digital components.
President of Galway Chamber JP Gilmartin said that Make a Break for Galway showcases “everything that is unique and exciting” for visitors to the city.
“This campaign positions Galway as a leading destination for individuals, couples and families this Autumn seeking an authentic and memorable break.”