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Travel from Dublin Airport to Galway, or from Galway to Dublin Airport, with Expressway Routes 20 and X20 via Athlone and Loughrea. Our comfortable coaches have charging points, free 4G WiFi, and luxury leather seats, and will get you to and from Dublin Airport relaxed and hassle-free. Seats are limited on airport routes, so advance online booking is advised.
Expressway Routes 20 and X20 from Galway arrive directly into Dublin Airport, convenient to both airport terminals. From Dublin, the 20 and X20 arrive into Galway bus station.
P = Pick-up stop only.
D = Drop-off stop only.
SSuX = Operates Monday to Friday only.
FO = Operates Friday only.
No services on Christmas Day. Enquire about St.Stephen's Day services.
The historic city of Galway is a tourist favourite, renowned internationally as a centre of live Irish music, which can be enjoyed all over the city - on the streets as well as in its lively pubs. Eyre Square in the city centre is a hive of activity surrounded by shopping, restaurants, and bars.
Situated on the northern inner shore of Galway Bay, views from Salthill on a clear day stretch from the Aran Islands to Galway City, with the Burren across the bay and the mountains of Connemara to west. The promenade is a 2km stretch along the seafront, perfect for people-watching as well as for enjoying those spectacular views.
The highlight of the Irish summer racing season, Galway Races offers live music and entertainment, fashion, horse racing, and an electric atmosphere. A quarter of a million people descend on Galway for the last week of July to experience the excitement first-hand, so plan your trip well in advance!
Music, dance, theatre, opera, street performance, visual arts, and comedy - with over 200 events across more than 30 venues in 14 days in July, it’s no wonder The Guardian named GIAF one of Europe’s top five summer festivals. The festival features artists from all over the globe, and runs across the last two weeks in July.
Visitors to Atlantaquaria take a journey through the Irish underwater world, from the streams to the rivers to the sea. A wealth of marine life is on display, and welfare is paramount, with care taken to ensure that exhibits accurately reflect natural animal habitats. Talks and demonstrations take place daily, and the aquarium is an important STEM education centre.
Dedicated to displaying and preserving the material heritage of Galway, Galway City Museum is a centre of learning, engagement, and inspiration. The museum has a schedule of over 100 events every year and caters for a wide variety of audiences and interests with gallery tours, talks, workshops, and evening lectures.
2,000 hectares of mountains, bogs, heaths, grasslands, and forests make up this stunning national park in Galway. Hillwalking is a favourite activity in the park, and there is an abundance of wildlife to be spotted, including the famous Connemara pony. Special events are held at the visitor centre that also houses a tea room.
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