Galway es una ciudad viva con muchas e intrincadas callejuelas adoquinadas de la Edad Media, muy visitada sobre todo en verano por los turistas. Aquí podrá pasear, ir de compras o contemplar a los artistas callejeros en el corazón verde de la ciudad, la Eyre Square.
Video - Galway - Little Havana Festivalhttp://danidave.blogspot.com/2010/06/video-little-havana-festival.htmlAbout three years ago we had the fortune of making a stop in Galway, on the west coast of Ireland, and we’ve been here ever since. The City of Tribes, as it is also known from when the place was ruled by 14 wealthy merchant families, couldn’t have a more appropriate name to describe it today. It has the absolute best of the Irish charm, coupled with a multicultural atmosphere which gives it the perfect easygoing mix.With slightly more than 70,000 inhabitants, Galway is the third biggest city in the Republic of Ireland. It has the friendly feel of a countryside town, but is also a vibrant place where there is always something going on. And when the summer arrives...well it seems to draw the energy from the sun and spread inspiration through the town. And with those long summer days come countless gigs and festivals. It’s not without reason that Galway also carries the nickname of Ireland's Cultural Heart.During the Little Havana Festival, we were walking down lively Shop Street and we couldn’t help commenting on how lucky we were to be in that very place, right at that moment. It was like a carnival on the streets, but more than that. The whole buzz enveloped us, immersing the followers from all tribes as we marched down the alleys and lanes.We don’t know how much longer we’ll be in Galway, after all we are on the Road to Anywhere, and we never know where the next turn leads. But right now we sure are happy to be here.Watch our new video for a taste of the Little Havana Festival, one of the first of this season.