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Bus Éireann services run from Galway through Connemara and onto Clifden followed by Westport. They offer both a longer, more scenic route and a faster direct trip to various locations on their list. Bus Éireann offers wifi onboard their routes. Their bus routes cover: Galway, Moycullen, Rosscahill, Oughterard, Glengola Bridge, Bunakill, Maam Cross, Kilmilkin, Leenane, Salruck Cross, Recess Cross, Kylemore, Letterfrack, Moyard, Caher, Recess, Cashel Cross, Second Cashel Cross, Canal Bridge, Toombeola Bridge, Roundstone, Ballyconneely, Derrylea, Clifden. The starting point for Galway – Clifden route begins at the Ceannt Station, Eyre Square, Galway, H91 T9CE The starting point for Clifden – Galway route begins at Clifden Library, Market Street, Clifden. **These routes are not in exact order and vary from day to day please see digital timetable for more information regarding both bus time and bus routes. (Last updated 29/7/2021) Image Credit: Bus Éireann
Ceannt Station, Eyre Square, Galway, H91 T9CE
Irish Citylink is Irelands leading provider of coach services between Galway to Dublin, Galway to Dublin & Dublin Airport, Galway to Cork, Galway to Limerick, Limerick to Dublin Airport and Galway Dublin commuter, It also offers several daily trips through and to Connemara – passing through the scenic drive of Moycullen, Rosscahill, Oughterard, Maam Cross, Recess, Clifden, Letterfrack and Cleggan. Citylink bus service also links directly up with the ferry running to Inishbofin Island and also Connemara National Park. Citylink has wifi onboard their busses and also has toilet facilities. The starting point for Galway – Clifden route begins at the New coach station, Forster Street Galway. The starting point for Clifden – Galway route begins at Clifden Library, Market Street, Clifden. *Timetable subject to change routes/times depending on the season see current timetable below on website link – (Last updated 29/7/2021) Image Credit: Citylink Bus Service.
17 Forster St, Galway, H91 AC67