Letterkenny Travel Guide

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    The church of Letterkenny (photo Dirk)
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Letterkenny Restaurants

  • by creammm Written Feb 24, 2007

    DELICIOUS AROMAS OF ITALIAN COOKING WAFT OUT ONTO PORT ROAD AS YOU APPROACH PRIMAVERA , MAKING YOUR MOUTH WATER AND YOUR TUMMY RUMBLE! GIVE IN TO TEMPTATION AND GO IN, THAT'S MUCH THE BEST SOLUTION! GREAT STAFF, ALSO!

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Letterkenny Transportation

  • by Jim1985 Written Sep 24, 2006

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    There is next to no local public transport in Donegal. Bus Eireann goes from the major towns (i.e. Letterkenny, Donegal etc) and is good for getting to and out of the county, but as for getting around the county itself, you had better get a car, especially if you want to get out into the Gaeltacht. Expensive, but well worth it!

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Letterkenny Shopping

  • by TheBigStory Updated Oct 21, 2010

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    A great retail experience. Letterkenny Shopping Centre is convenient to the town center which has a variety of other shops. In the centre, many unusual boutiques are located under the one roof along with big names in Irish retail like Tesco and Penneys. It also holds mobile phone shops Meteor 3 and the Carphone Warehouse, along with the video rental shop Xtravision. It also has jewellers and children's shops. The centre itself is big and bright with good facilities and free parking! All in all a good shopping experience and I'd go bag! The accents in that part of the world are fab as well!!

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Letterkenny Off The Beaten Path

  • by sbelle1 Written Jun 21, 2010

    Rathmullan is a really peaceful village about a 20 minute drive from Letterkenny. It's got real character and a lot of history; there's an old Abbey where Red Hugh O'Donnell was educated, a battery dating back to the Napoleonic wars and it was the site of the Flight of the Earls in 1607. Of course it also has a beautiful beach with wooded walks running parallel. There's a local riding stables Golden Sands, who organize treks along the beach and around the area. If you're visiting Letterkenny it's worth a venture.

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    • Beaches
    • Horse Riding

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