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Bus travel to/from Galway

Bus travel is the most frequent and cheapest transport to/from Galway thanks to healthy competition between Bus Éireann (a state owned bus company) and private operators such as CityLink and BusNestor.

There are regular services throughout the day, every day, from Galway to all other major cities in Ireland.

CityLink and BusNestor operate special services to/from to Dublin Airport and Shannon Airport.

Estimated travel time by road (bus or car)

Route Off-peak travel time Peak hours travel time
Galway - Dublin3 hours4.5 hours
Galway - Dublin Airport3 hours4.5 hours
Galway - Shannon Airport1 hour1.5 hours
Galway - Limerick1.5 hours2 hours
Galway - Cork2.5 hours3.5 hours
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1. Bus Eireann Galway

Telephone: +353 91 562000


Bus Éireann is part of CIE (a state owned transport company that also owns Irish Rail). Bus Éireann services cover the entire country. Most services are frequent ( eg Galway/Dublin is every hour). Timetables available from their web site.

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2. Healy Tour Company Galway, Castlegar, Co. Galway, Ireland, tel: +353 91 770066
3. Go Bus, Unit 1, Forster Court, Galway, tel: +353 91 564600
4. GoBus, 1 Forster Court, Galway, tel: +353 91 564600
5. Michael Nee Coaches, Ballinafad, Recess, Co. Galway, tel: +353 95 51082
6. Bus / Train Station (Ceannt Station) Galway, Ceannt Station, Station Road, Galway, tel: +353 91 562730
7. Citylink, Áras Fáilte, Forster Street, Galway City, tel: +353 91 564163/ +353 91 564164
8. Bus & coach hire by Reaney's of Galway, Barna, Co. Galway, tel: +353 91 572478
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Padraig O'Conaire (1882 - 1928) was a famous Irish short story writer. In the early years of the 20th century he travelled the roads of County Galway with his donkey and cart writing and story telling. This statue in his honour was carved by Albert G. Power and was unveiled by Eamonn De Valera at Eyre Square on Easter Sunday in 1935. Since then the statue as survived Galway weather and the occasional vandal attack until the recent renovation of Eyre Square. The statue is now an exhibit at the new Galway Museum. Photo credit: North Atlantic Skyline.

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