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Operates several times daily between Rathmullan and Buncrana. Call ahead to confirm times.
Buses between Crolly (€7, 40 minutes) and Donegal (€10, 1½ hours) stop in Dunfanaghy square twice daily Monday to Saturday and three times on Friday and Sunday.
Buses stop in Dunfanaghy two to four times daily en route to Letterkenny (€5, one hour) and Dublin (€22, five hours).
Serves mostly the southwestern part of the county. Main routes include Sligo–Bundoran–Donegal Town–Letterkenny–Derry, Donegal Town–Killybegs–Ardara–Glenties–Dungloe and Killybegs–Kilcar–Glencolumbcille.
Serves the northwestern part of the county, with a looping route from Galway and Sligo to Bundoran, Donegal Town, Letterkenny, Dunfanaghy and Gweedore, terminating in Crolly.
Runs direct from Derry to Belfast International Airport (£20, 1½ hours) and George Best Belfast City Airport (£20, two hours) hourly Monday to Friday (six or seven daily Saturday and Sunday)...
Buses run southeast two to five times daily to Dublin Airport (€22, 3¼ hours) and to coastal towns northwest.
Runs to Dublin (€21, four hours) five times daily via Omagh and Monaghan. Also serves Derry and Galway via Donegal (€12, 45 minutes, eight times daily).
Runs a bus to Crolly (€7, 1½ hours), or to Galway (€20, four hours) twice daily via Donegal, Bundoran and Sligo. Buses stop on the road outside the bus station.
Rents out bikes from the Derry Tourist Information Centre .
About 13km east of Derry along the A2 towards Limavady. Direct flights daily to London Stansted, Liverpool and Glasgow International, plus summer routes to Spain and Portugal.
The bus station is on Foyle St, just northeast of the walled city.
Buses from Crolly stop on Main St, Falcarragh and continue to Letterkenny (€7, one hour).
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