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London Galway

A cheap flight from London to Galway will take more than ninety minutes. There are daily flights from London Stansted and London Gatwick and direct flights are run by Ryanair and Aer Lingus. It is possible to get a good deal if you compare flights online. Public transport links to the London airports are extensive and taxis and parking facitlities are widely available. Flights from London to Galway will land at Knock Airport, located 50 miles from the city. The airport is linked to Galway via the N17 road, and the journey should not take more than ninety minutes, depending on the traffic. There are good bus links and connections to the rail network, as well as hire car and taxi services available.

Cheap London - Galway Flights

To travel between London and Galway at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for London - Galway flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest London - Galway flights by departure date.

Sightseeing Galway 1 Culture

For those that want to get to the heart of the art and culture of Ireland then the city is a great destination. Home to a fantastic art theatre and thriving music culture it is the crossing point for the ancient and the modern, inspiring all who visit.

2 Connemara

Connemara is part of County Galway west of Lough Corrib. It is also used to describe the Irish-speaking area of the Western part of the County. Connemara is perhaps the most beautiful part of Ireland with stunning hillsides, lakes and natural harbours.

3 The Galway Art Festival

The Galway Art Festival is Ireland's largest celebration of the arts. Beginning in 1978 it has developed into a festival with a major international reputation. In 2012, there were 163,548 visitors at over 150 separate performances, and exhibitions in nearly 30 venues over the fortnight. It showcases a vast range of world artists alongside the best local talent and includes music, theatre, visual art, dance, comedy and many other attractions in its programme.

4 The Inagh Valley

The Inagh Valley road will take you through beautiful heather covered mountains and around stunning lakes. The view is always changing from season to season and even a small shift in the weather will be reflected in these magnificent lakes and mountains.

5 Nightlife

As befits a town of vibrant artistic heritage the nightlife in the city reflects the cosmopolitan nature of the place. The city has a great sense of it's own history but also has a welcoming atmosphere too.

Required travel documents for Ireland

As Ireland is within the European Union UK citizens will not require a visa or passport to visit for business or leisure purposes but proof of identification will be necessary. Non-EU citizens will need to check carefully for visa requirements. The local currency is the Euro and visitors can easily check rates before travelling.