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Fallers Jewellers
Galway City, Co. Galway
Free to visit
Rainy days
Fallers of Williamsgate Street, Galway is the home of the Claddagh Ring and Claddagh Jewellery as well as stocking designer names in jewellery, crystal and gifts.

For four generations Fallers of Williamsgate Street, Galway has been producing some fine examples of the Claddagh Ring and Celtic jewellery. Their own designs include GAA jewellery and Children of Lir jewellery. Also in stock are renowned Irish jewellery designers such as Paul Costello and Jean Butler. Waterford Crystal stemware, Belleek and Lladro china as well as Newbridge Silver are also for sale.

The shop is located just off Eyre Square, the centre piece of Galway city. The city of Galway rests on the River Corrib, on the west coast of Ireland. It is home to a population of around 70,000 people making it one of the fastest-growing cities in Europe. Known as the City of the Tribes, fourteen merchant families or tribes ruled the city in the twelfth century. Today the city is a tourist destination and a centre for arts and culture.

Tourists can enjoy the many activities on offer. The Atlantic makes the town an ideal starting point for angling and other water sports such as surfing, diving, and boating. Other outdoor activities include walking, biking, and horseback riding. There are a number of restaurants and pubs in the city squares. There are also a lot of the theatres and clubs, many which perform traditional Irish music, dance and plays.

The city itself has a lot of charm with everything accessible by foot. Special attractions cannot be missed such as Spanish Arch located near the Corrib which is the remainder of a 16th century bastion, added to the town's walls to protect merchant ships from looting. Another area worth visiting is the Claddagh, which shows how fishing has been an important way of life here for centuries.

Contact details
10/12 Williamsgate St, Galway, H91 V3WC, Ireland
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