Galway Transportation

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    Galway
    by MalenaN
  • Galway
    Galway
    by MalenaN
  • Galway
    Galway
    by MalenaN

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  • 1. Long Distance Travel

    On Internet I had seen that there were a few buses daily from Clifden to Dublin and I decided to take the 9:15 bus. The bus stop in Clifden is on Market Street, not even a minute away from Clifden...

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  • 2. Getting in from Shannon airport

    The cheapest flights are often into Shannon Airport. By bus (Bus Eiraan), there is a bus about every hour which takes just over two hours. You normally have to...

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  • 3. Ceannt Station

    Ceannt Station is the railway station in Galway City. It is located on the south-western corner of Eyre Square. The station opened on 1 August 1851. On 10 April...

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  • 4. Coach Station

    I took Bus Eireann Service 64 from Letterkenny to Galway. The bus did not stop at Coach Station. Instead, the bus left us off at a bus bay outside of Ceannt...

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  • 5. Walking in Galway

    Traffic in the city ranges from heavy to gridlock, depending on the time of day. Unless the weather is really bad, or you are unable to walk, your feet are the...

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  • 6. Beware Enterprise RentaCar

    After taking a bus into the city, we rented a car in order to head into Connemara (which I recommend). We went with our American sensibilities and booked with...

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  • 7. Galway airport.

    Galway airport is fairly tiny, served by Aer Arann only (as far as I know). There's a good cafe there, and that's about it. At least it means you get your...

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  • 8. Using Ryanair to Galway (well Shannon)

    You cannot fly to Galway on Ryanair but fares are often very cheap to Shannon (just over 2 hours away by bus - see other tip)Ryanair Shannon flights come in...

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  • 9. Seeing the countryside

    Although I took my own car all the way from 'sunny Sussex' to Galway it is possible that others are going to get to Galway by air or by a combination of public...

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  • 10. Getting to Galway from Dublin

    If you are in Dublin and would like to go to Galway it's very easy. All you need to do is go to the bus station, buy round-trip ticket for 13 euros and be...

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  • 11. Parking garages

    When you arrive here, make your way to the docks. The 2 streets alongside have 2 or 3 multi-level parking garages. I think it was less than 20euro to park...

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  • 12. Avoiding the traffic jams

    As I've said on my intro page -- Galway has a serious traffic congestion problem.Part of the problem is the absence of a real relief road and the natural...

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  • 13. Biking

    The best way to see Galway is to get the larges t scale map you can get your hands on, equip yourself with a bike and explore!!!People at local hostels are...

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  • 14. not a traffic sign

    I dont remember whether I took this picture in Scotland or Ireland, bec. it is the same situation with the sheep. I suspect they are trained to do this, to stop...

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  • 15. Ferries to Aran Islands

    Most ferries leave for the Aran Islands from Rossaveal (when you buy your ticket for the ferry buy a ticket for a bus to Rossaveal too).Rossaveal is around...

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  • 16. Day trips to Connemara or to the Cliffs of Moher

    If you don't have your own car and/or don't have much time in Ireland you can take day trips that leave Galway almost each morning.There are day trips to...

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  • 17. Cheap Bus Option

    If you're on a budget and want to get to Galway from Dublin, you can get the City Link bus line which leaves from Supermacs fast food 'restaurant' from O'Connel...

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  • 18. Fly to Galway

    Galway does have a small airport which services the Aran Islands and Dublin. You would be best advised to book a flight to Shannon airport and get a bus/hire a...

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  • 19. It is best to do Galway city by foot

    If you are driving, park your car and walk. It really is the best way to see the city, and the city is very compact and easy to manage on foot. You can pick up...

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  • 20. by airplane

    Wanna go by airplane to Galway? Have a look in the homepage of the Galway Airport:http://www.fly.to/galway/Further information:http://www.aerlingus.ie/Aer...

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  • 21. by car

    If you want to get around by car, these websites might be helpful:http://www.nci.ie/holiday/gal/car.htmCar Hire In...

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  • 22. The best way is to fly. Aer...

    The best way is to fly. Aer Arran do several flights each say form Dublin to Galway. At the moment (Jan 2002) you can only fly to and from Dublin from Galway...

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  • 23. Flying, Ryanair is quite cheap...

    Flying, Ryanair is quite cheap or you can catch a ferry.It was advisable to hire a car and after our trip we have decided that next time a four wheel drive...

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  • 24. There are many bus lines From...

    There are many bus lines From Dublin Airport and from Dublin City and al other big cities. The main station in Dublin is close to O'Connel bridge. There's also...

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  • 25. Train

    The only train line from Galway goes to Dublin, which takes about 3-3.5 hours.To get to any other Irish town from Galway (apart from Dublin), you'll have to...

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