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Hires bikes for €8 to €15 for 24 hours. It's on Earl's Island, opposite Galway Cathedral.
Serves most of Connemara. Services can be sporadic, and many buses operate May to September only, or July and August only. Some drivers will stop in between towns.
Has several buses a day linking Galway city with Clifden, with stops in Moycullen, Oughterard, Maam Cross and Recess, and on to Cleggan and Letterfrack...
Services depart from Galway Coach Station for Dublin (from €11, 2½ hours, hourly), Dublin Airport (from €17, 2½ hours, hourly), Cork, Limerick and Connemara. Departures are frequent and fares are as low as €10.
Several private bus companies are based at the glossy new coach station , which is located near the tourist office.
The train station is just off Eyre Sq, there are up to five trains daily to/from Dublin’s Heuston Station (one-way from €35, three hours).
Holds luggage while you explore Galway.
You can walk to almost everything in Galway, including out to Salthill (bus 1), but you'll also find regular buses departing from the combined bus and train station off Eyre Square.
Services to all major cities in the Republic and the North from just off Eyre Square, near the train station. Dublin (€14, three to 3¾ hours) has hourly service. Other services fan out across the region.
Charters taxis to the airports. To Shannon Airport, it's €89 for one to four people.
Frequent services to Dublin (2½ hours) and Dublin Airport (three hours). Fares from €11.
Rents bikes (from €15 per day) and accessories like child trailers. Also organises bike tours throughout the region.
Service at Galway Airport is limited to Aer Arran , which serves London Luton, Edinburgh and Manchester.
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