Irish Travel Information.

You will find some information on this page which may help you when traveling to or in Ireland.

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If you are traveling to Ireland you may find some useful information on this page


Belfast Int +44 028 94 422888 Web Site
Belfast City +44 028 90 939093 Web Site
Derry Airport +44 028 71 810784 Web Site
Cork Airport 00353 01 8444900 Web Site
Dublin +353 1 8141111 Web Site
Knock Airport Mayo +353 94 9368100 Web Site
Shannon +353 61 712403 Web Site

Sea Ports.
Irish Ferries.
Irish ferries operate out of Dublin and Roslare.

Bookings & Inquiries 00353 (0)818 300 400

Dublin - Hollyhead

Dublin - Hollyhead

Roslare - Pembroke

Roslare - Roscoff
& Cherbourg


Dublin Swift

Isle of Inishmore


3 hr 15 min

1 hr 49 min

3 hr. 45 min

Irish Ferries'
Web Site
Ferry booking & Inf E Mail
British Holidays E Mail
French Holidays E Mail
Port of Dublin Web Site

Port of Belfast Web Site
Port of Larne Web Site
Port of Cork Web Site
Roslare Web Site
Dun Laoghaire Harbour Web Site
Waterford Web Site

Trains and Buses in Southern Ireland.

Dublin has a comprehensive bus network servicing routes throughout the city. There are also daily bus services to many provincial towns including Cork, Galway, Limerick and Waterford.

Euro rail passes are valid for bus and train travel everywhere in Ireland, excluding city services. CIE offers reduced rate rambler passes providing unlimited bus and train travel for 8 to 15 days, this offer excluding city services. Tickets can be bought from any bus or train station in the Republic of Ireland or through a travel agent.

See the history of The Irish Railways

Train timetable on line. Train Timetables
Bus timetable on line. Bus Timetables
Dublin Bus Tel: 00353 (0) 1 873 4222
Bus Eireann Tel: 00353 (0) 1 836 6111
Irish Rail Tel: 00353 (0) 1 836 6222