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Travel to Ireland very easily. If you do not have a car, you can use the services of coaches and railway transport, which were detailed in this section. This section also covers information on the car ferries, sea crossings on the Irish island, tour bus, taxi. And on special tours on buses & trains.

Domestic airline. Between the major towns there are air services. From Dublin planes fly into airports in Cork (Cork), Shannon (Shannon), Galway (Galway), Knock (Knock), Sligo (Sligo), Karrikfinn (Carrickfinn), and Kerry (Kerry). Several companies also organize charter flights to any destination in Ireland and the UK.

Public Transport - CIE. The National Transportation Association (CIE), consists of three associations, providing transport throughout Ireland.

Irish Rail. (Note: Officially has two versions of the title, like many other public companies. In English - Irish Rail, - at gaelskom language-Iarnrod Eireann). Railroad tracks run in basically all the cities and towns. The cars are clean, modern and comfortable. They consist of two types of classes, standard (2 nd class), and superstandartny (grade 1).

High-speed railway Dublin - DART. Dublin-speed railway serves 25 rail stations, and extends across the entire capital of Ireland. From the urban area Hout (Howth), in the north of Dublin, and to the satellite town of Bray (Bray), that in the county of Wicklow (Wicklow).

Buses Irish Bus - Bus Eireann. This transport structure serves the long-distance network of the country. Also, and inner-city routes in the cities of Cork (Cork), Galway (Galway), Limerick (Limerick) and Waterford (Waterford).

Bus Dublin Bus - Bus Atha Cliath. Serves all routes county Dublin. And also, including in part, territory, bordering county Dublin, Wicklow County (Wicklow), Kildare (Kildare) and Meath (Meath). The company offers a wide range of discounts on pre-paid travel. At periods ranging from one day, and up to a month. Tickets can be purchased at information help CIE, in Dublin airport, or at the address: 59 Upper O'Connell Street, Dublin 1. And also in more than 200 agencies selling bus tickets, located around Dublin, and in the suburbs.

Bus Airport Bus Service. Between Dublin Airport, Dublin's central bus station, railway station, Connolly (Connolly), and the railway station Hiyuston (Heuston) carried out high-speed buses (Airlink). Buses go every 20 min., Starting from 6.40 am until 23.00 pm, Monday through Saturday. In Sunday 07.10ch. - 23.00ch. intervals between flights a little longer. Cost adult ticket £ 2.50. Before Hiyuston station (Heuston), 3 lbs. For children less than 16 years - half the cost of the fare. The same bus company provides bus transportation between the city of Cork (Cork) and the local airport. As well as transportation between Shannon Airport and Limerick city (this is the closest town to the airport - 25km.). Cost of the airport Cork - Cork - 2.50 lbs. From Shannon Airport to Limerick - 3.50 lbs.

Directions for students / youth. Students, holders of international cards Indentification Card printing Travelsave Stamp, offers a substantial discount on urban and intercity bus and train tickets. And also on the sea ferry. This print can be purchased at:
USIT, 19/21 Aston Quay, O'Connell Bridge, Dublin 2
Tel: (01) 6021600 Fax: (01) 6021617.
Hours Monday - Friday 09.00-18.00. Saturday 11.00-16.00
And also at the central bus station:
Bus Eireann Travel Centre, Central Bus Station, Store Street, Dublin1

Car ferries. A total of 20 minutes. You can cross by ferry across the River Shannon from the city Terbirt (Tarbert) in the city Killimir (Killimer). From Killimir steam is sent at the beginning of each hour. And from Terbirt the beginning of each hour. In the peak season on this route is added to another ferry.
Shannon Ferry Ltd.
Tel: (065) 53124 Fax: (065) 53125.

Every 10 min. carried automobile ferry service between the cities Bellihek (Ballyhack), County Wexford (Wexford) and Pessedzh East (Passage East), County Waterford (Waterford). Tel: (051 382480 Fax: (051) 382598.

Ferry to the islands around Ireland. West coast of Ireland is strewn with small islands of unique and unusual, each of which has its own special appeal. Ferry to the islands are available from the nearest sea ports on the coast. More complete information can be obtained by contacting the Ministry of Tourism Ireland. Aran Islands (Aran Islands), located west of County Galway (Galway), are the most popular. There are regular ferry crossings (if not the sea storms) in every 1.5 hours, or from the port Rossava (Rossaveal), 40 min. swimming. Tel: (091) 568903.

And also there are regular transport to the island Aranmor (Aranmore Island) from Donegal (Donegal), on the island of Inishbofin (Inishbofin) from Galway (Galway), and from the island Inishir (Inisheer), one of the islands of Aran (Aran).

Service air crossings airline Aer Arann to the islands around Ireland. Airlines Aer Arann carries year-round air transportation on the island of Aran. From airports Keyslien (Caislean), Inverin (Inverin), Konnimere (Connemara), County Galway (Galway). Tel: (091) 593034 / 593054, Fax: (091) 593238.

Between stations located near the tourist office Gorluey city and the airport shuttle bus runs regularly.

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