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Travel is Ireland is easy if a little expensive! In order to assist you on your journey we have put together a directory of travel links for getting around Ireland.
We also have availability at hotels all around the country, from the wilds of West Cork and Kerry to the bustling centre of Dublin city. Check availability using the box opposite or browse hotels in ireland at your leisure.
Ireland Travel Ireland's natoinal transport network consists mainly of the Bus and Rail service. Detailed information regarding routes, timetables and prices can be found on the websites listed below. Generally, travelling by Bus is slower but much cheaper than rail travel, and it is worth noting that in many cases a return rail ticket will only cost a couple of Euro more than a single ticket, and so much better value for money.
For air transport within the country, check out Ryanair, Aer Arann and Aer Lingus for competitively priced flights.
Irish Rail - national rail services
Car Rental Ireland
Dublin Travel Dublin city is well served by public transport. The LUAS is the newest addition to the Dublin transport network and consists of two lines - the red line and green line running from Connolly train station to Tallaght in West Dublin and Stephens Green to Sandymount in South Dublin. The DART is Dublin's rail system and runs from Portmarnock and Howth in the North of the city to Bray and Greystones in the South. The route along the coast is a scenic one, and it is well worth taking the journey to both ends of the line! Th service offered by Dublin Bus has improved drastically over the las few years and now you can get a bus to pretty much anywhere in the city. Buses run regularly on the main routes, see their website for timetables. We reccoment Car Rentals Ireland for your car hire while in Dublin and Ireland. They have highly competitive rates and pick up and drop off points all around the country.
Ireland Maps Dublin Maps - Dublin Transport Office