Situated on the west coast of Ireland, Galway City is the third largest city in the country and has a population of 277,737 (2022 Census Preliminary Results). Located approx. 210kms west of Dublin City, 85kms north of Shannon International Airport and 90kms south of Knock Airport, Galway is known as Ireland’s Cultural Heart attracting tourists from around the world. The city also benefits from a strong student population with students of University of Galway and ATU Galway accounting for approximately 20% of the population during term time.

Excellent transport links, Galway is linked by Motorway (M6) to Dublin with a journey time of 2 hours and by motorway M18 to Limerick with a journey time of 1 hour.


Galway Ceannt Train Station is located at the south end of Eyre Square and provides rail services directly to Dublin and Limerick, in turn providing daily connection routes to Waterford, Cork, Tralee and Clonmel.


Aircoach, Bus Eireann, Citylink and GoBus offer regular daily services between Dublin and Galway, with Bus Eireann and Citylink serving the Galway Limerick route.


Ireland West Airport at Knock, County Mayo is approximately 85km from Galway City Centre and serves the west of Ireland region. Ireland West Airport Knock is the main international air access gateway for the West, North West and Midland regions of Ireland with more than 20 scheduled destinations across Ireland, the UK and Europe.

Aerial map and landmarks Citypoint
Citypoint is strategically located at the northeastern edge of Eyre Square and is located a mere three minute walk from Shop Street and William Street. It occupies a high-profile location at the junction of Prospect Hill and Bothar na mBan. Adjoining occupiers include Corrib Shopping Centre which is anchored by Sports Direct and Marks & Spencer, Galway County Council Buildings. Various other notable occupiers are located close by on Prospect Hill including Bank of Ireland, The Dean Hotel as well as many internationally recognised brands including Tommy Hilfiger, River Island, Primark and New Look.
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