County Donegal Transportation

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County Donegal Transportation

  • Bus Eireann Travel Centre in Letterkenny

    Letterkenny is the largest city in County Donegal. The Bus Eireann Travel Centre in Letterkenny provides bus service to Derry, Dublin, Galway, and many other locations. I took a bus from Letterkenny to Galway -- and the 1-way ticket cost 21 Euros. It is Bus Eireann Service 64 -- and I have attached a link to the timetable below.The trip took...

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  • Not exactly Heathrow !

    Donegal airport has a flight to Dublin twice a day and a flight to Glasgow (four times a week). And that is it.Aer Arran (one of my favourite airlines) provide the service, and you can sometimes get a flight for only 25 Euro from Dublin.Derry airport, just into next-dorr Northern Ireland may be more useful. If has a range of Ryanair flights to...

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  • Car's the way to go

    By far the easiest way to get around County Donegal is by car.We hired a car and were happy with the flexibility it gave us to go whereever we wanted for as long as we wanted.Didn't see signs of much public transport....

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  • Parking in Letterkenny

    When we stopped off for lunch in Letterkenny, it was teaming with rain and the main street had a few parking spots available, but you needed a parking permit.Luckily there was a big parking station just off the main street, which charged only about 1 euro per hour - problem solved!

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  • thumbing it

    its cheap..well its free actually and you meet wonderful people. I had great experiences with hitchhiking in Ireland--people would go out of their way to get me to where I needed to be. One guy even turned around and drove me to the next town that he just came from as he knew there were a few big hills that I would encounter. The only bad thing...

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  • Car

    There is no rail network in Donegal and the bus journey is gruelling. Your best bet would be to have a car. There's a lot to see in Donegal and it's a big county so a car is almost indinspensable.This is our rental car the morning after we got stuck in a bogland.

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  • By car

    It's a 4-5 hour drive from Limerick with 3 restless teenagers in the back. ;)However if you are driving from Dublin, the most direct route is via Northern Ireland (Co Fermanagh). BUT if you hold a provisional licence, you cant do this route, you have to avoid the North and go via Sligo/Leitrim. Alternatively you could just take the Learner plate...

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  • Take a Ferry!

    there are several small islands off the coast of Donegal that you can explore by taking a ferry. The ferry from Burtonsport to Arranmore is the one we choose. It was a lot of fun to hop on the ferry, which we shared with a dumptruck and a few other passengers! The ride is lovely, through channels with seals cavorting about.

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  • Photo is of DoonLough ....

    Photo is of DoonLough . Located on an island in the middle of a lough is an impressive well preserved ring fort dating back some 3000 years. It can be seen 3km from Rosbeg, between Ardara and Dungloe.TRANSPORTBuses from Dublin directly into Dungloe...McGeehan's coaches. Phone....00 353 75 46150..From Galway to Dungloe..Feda O Donnell coaches...00...

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County Donegal Hotels

  • Sandrock Holiday Hostel

    The Sandrock Hostel at Malin Head is by far the best hostel I have stayed in so far. It is located...

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  • Harvey's Point

    Lough Eske, Donegal, Ireland

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 4.5 out of 5 stars

  • The Harbour Inn

    Derry Road, Ludden, Buncrana, Ireland

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

  • Silver Tassie Hotel

    Ramelton Road, Letterkenny, County Donegal, Ireland

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

  • Fitzgerald's Hotel

    Bundoran, Ireland

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

  • Arnold's Hotel

    Dunfanaghy via Letterkenny, Dunfanaghy, County Donegal, Ireland

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 1 out of 5 stars

  • Seaview Hotel

    Main Road, Bunbeg, Ireland

    Satisfaction: Poor

    Good for: Solo

  • Errigal Hostel

    Dunlewey, Gweedore, Co. Donegal, Ireland., Dunlewey, Ireland

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

  • Tullycullion House

    Tullaghacullion, 2 km. off N56 , Killybegs, Ireland

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