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Summer School Travel Options - News - Young Fine Gael

Summer School Travel Options

We have complied a list of travel options for our members all over the country to make your journey to Killarney as easy as possible! If you are driving to Summer School and need help finding others to fill your car, please email us at yfg@yfg.ie and we will investigate potential members who may need a lift on your route. If you are travelling by public transport we advise you to book online as early as possible.

Dublin

By Public Transport

Trains between Heuston Station and Killarney depart every two hours on both Friday & Sunday can be booked online at www.irishrail.ie up to 28 days in advance. Early booking recommended for best price.

By Road

Take the M7 from Dublin towards Limerick, from Limerick continue on to the N21 and follow the signs for Killarney(N23)

Cork

By Public Transport

Trains depart every two hours from Kent Station to Killarney and buses every hour from Parnell Place Bus Station. An average journey takes 90 minutes.

Bus Éireann - http://www.buseireann.ie/pdf/1314193832-40.pdf

Irish Rail - http://www.irishrail.ie/

By Road

At Bandon Rd Roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto S Ring Rd/N22. Continue to follow N22 towards Killarney.

Limerick

By Public Transport

Buses leave Limerick Bus Station every hour. Journey time varies.

Bus Éireann - http://www.buseireann.ie/pdf/1279293740-54.pdf

By Road

Take the N21 from Limerick City (signs for Trá Lí/Tralee/Cill airne/Killarney/N23)

Waterford

By Public Transport

Buses leave Waterford Station every hour and takes approximately 4 hours.

Bus Éireann - http://www.buseireann.ie/pdf/1314193832-40.pdf

By Road

Take the N25 from Waterford City towards Cork city and turn off at Joulterspark for the N72 to Killarney.YFG_Regions

Tipperary

By Public Transport

Trains leave every two hours from Thurles, Limerick Junction or Templemore Stations on the Dublin-Killarney line. Bus transfers also available from Limerick Station.

Irish Rail – www.irishrail.ie

Bus Eireann - - http://www.buseireann.ie

By Road

Take the N72 from Tipperary Town towards Killarney

Galway

By Public Transport

Buses leave every two hours from Galway Bus Station and takes an estimated 3hours and 40 minutes changing at Limerick.

By Road

Take the M18 from Galway City to Limerick & then the N21 to Killarney.

Sligo

By Public Transport

Buses leave every two hours to Galway for onward journey to Killarney through limerick. Estimated travel time 6 hours 30 minutes.

By Road

Take the N17 from Sligo Town to Galway City, then the M18 from Galway to Limerick followed by the N21 to Killarney http://goo.gl/maps/Edti

Donegal

By Public Transport

Buses leave Donegal Town at 08.35 & 10.35 and leave Letterkenny at 09.50 & 11.50 with two changes on route to Killarney via Galway & Limerick. Estimated Travel time is eight hours.

By Road

Take the N15 to Sligo followed by the N17 & M18 to Limerick via Galway and then the N21 to Killarney http://goo.gl/maps/OBFf

Mayo

By Public Transport

Buses from Castlebar leave at 13.00 & 15.20 on Friday with two changes on route to Killarney. Estimated Journey time is 5 hours 40 minutes

Buses leave Claremorris at 13:35 & 15:15 on Friday with two changes on route to Killarney. Estimated Journey time is 5 hours 15 minutes

Bus leaves Ballina at 12.15 on Friday with two changes on route to Killarney. Estimated Journey time is 6 hours 25 minutes

By Road

Directions from Castlebar – http://goo.gl/maps/3AtW

Directions from Ballina – http://goo.gl/maps/36LY

Directions from Claremorris – http://goo.gl/maps/y6Zf

Monaghan

By Public Transport

Buses leave Castleblayney at 08.30, 09.40 & 12.05 with two changes on route to Killarney. Estimated journey time is eight hours. It is also possible to get a bus to Dublin and continue to Killarney via Dublin by train.

By Road

Directions from Castleblayney - http://goo.gl/maps/3jQQ

Clare

By Public Transport

Buses leave Ennis Station every two hours changing at Limerick with an estimated 3 hour and 20 minute journey to Killarney

By Road

Take the M18 to Limerick & continue on the N21 to Killarney

Leitrim

By Public Transport

Bus leaves Carrick on Shannon on Friday at 12.10 with three changes on route to Killarney. Estimated Journey time is 6 hours 30 minutes

By Road

Directions from Carrick on Shannon - http://goo.gl/maps/Cbif

South East

By Public Transport

Wexford Town: Bus Éireann Route 40 to Killarney via Waterford & Cork.

Enniscorthy: Bus Éireann Route 5 to Waterford City(via New Ross). From Waterford, the number 40 goes to Killarney.

Carlow/Kilkenny: Bus Éireann Route 73 (Longford—Portlaoise—Carlow—Kilkenny—Waterford). It's also possible to travel by train from Killkenny City to Waterford City.

From Waterford City, buses leave every hour and takes approximately 4 hours.

Bus Éireann - http://www.buseireann.ie/pdf/1314193832-40.pdf

By Road

Wexford: Take N25 via New Ross to Waterford.

Enniscorthy: Take N30 via New Ross to Waterford.

From Waterford, take the N25 from Waterford City towards Cork city and turn off at Joulterspark for the N72 to Killarney.

Carlow/Kilkenny: Take the M8 from either Unrlingford or Portlaoise to Mitchelstown and then follow the N72/N73 to Killarney.

Midlands

By Public Transport

Trains between Dublin & Killarney serve Newbridge, Monastrevin and Portlaoise stations and can be booked online at www.irishrail.ie up to 28 Days in advance. Early booking recommended for best price.

By Road

Counties Kildare and Laois: Take M7 via Limerick.

County Offaly: Take N52 (Tullamore—Birr—Nenagh) via Limerick.

From Limerick City follow signs for the N21 to Killarney

North Leinster & Wicklow

By Public Transport

We would advise that members from counties Meath, Louth & Wicklow travel via Dublin to ensure best efficiency of public transport.

By Road

The best route for members would be through Dublin City. From the Red Cow Interchange take the M7 towards Limerick, from Limerick continue on to the N21 and follow the signs for Killarney(N23)

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