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Information about Ireland

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Travelling

To Ireland

Most people travelling to Ireland arrive by air at Dublin, but it is also
possible to fly into Cork, Donegal, Galway, Kerry, Limerick (Shannon),
Sligo and Waterford, or to take a ferry from Holyhead or Fishguard in
Wales or from Roscoff or Le Havre in France.

Travelling to Ireland - Here you can find links to the Irish airlines and ferries.

Through Ireland

Dublin
To get from and to Dublin airport you can take a taxi, an aircoach which serves city hotels as far as Sandyford on the south side, an airport bus, or a local bus.

Bus Service to and from Dublin Airport

Dublin Bus - Bus services in Dublin

Luas - Dublin LUAS tram website

DART - Dublin's rail service

Rest of Ireland

Transport for Ireland - The Transport for Ireland site has information
on all the transport options in Ireland, including a Walking Planner.

Irish Rail - Information on rail services in Ireland.

Bus services in Ireland


Out of Ireland

USIT specialises in travel services for young people, students and independent travellers.

www.usit.ie


Useful sites:

www.studenttravelcard.ie - Check this site for discounts for students on bus, rail and Luas.

Ireland - an Interactive Country Guide - an interactive travel guide and good source of links.

Youth Portal: Ireland - Here you can find more useful links on travelling in Ireland.

 


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Page Updated in October 2012.