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Get from Dublin Airport to Letterkenny, or from Letterkenny to Dublin Airport, with Expressway Route 32 via Monaghan, Strabane, and Lifford. With charging points, luxury leather seats, and free 4G WiFi, we’ll get you to and from Dublin Airport conveniently and in comfort. Due to limited seating on airport routes, advance online booking is advised.
Expressway Route 32 from Letterkenny arrives directly into Dublin Airport, convenient to passengers travelling internationally from both terminals. From Dublin, the 32 arrives into Letterkenny Bus Station.
P = Pick-up stop only.
D = Drop-off stop only.
R = Request stop.
B = Fifteen minutes comfort stop en-route.
No services on Christmas Day. Enquire about St.Stephen's Day services.
Normal service will operate on other Public Holidays.
We advice passengers travelling to Dublin Airport to allow ample time for check-in.
Letterkenny in County Donegal has an excellent choice of restaurants, hotels, pubs, and nightclubs, and an array of outdoor and indoor activities.
Experience the sights and sounds of hundreds of tropical butterflies in free flight, meet birds from around the globe in exotic aviaries, along with lemurs, monkeys, meerkats, and more. An amazing collection of insects awaits you in Bug World, and you can catch a glimpse of our ancient past in Jurassic Land.
Start your adventure at Glenveagh National Park, a dedicated Special Area of Conservation where golden eagles soar and the wildlife and landscape are protected. Enjoy this special place via walking trails to suit all abilities and visit Glenveagh Castle.
A fun-filled day out for all the family awaits! Karting, airsoft, archery, football, golf, zipline, and lots of other great activities are just a stone’s throw from Letterkenny town.
Housed in what was once part of the Letterkenny workhouse, the museum’s substantial collection of artefacts reflects the history and the heritage of County Donegal and tell its story from prehistory to the present day. Temporary exhibitions are held throughout the year.
On the shores of Lough Gartan in Co. Donegal and just 15 minutes from Letterkenny, adventure sports courses and adventure holidays take place in an idyllic location. Along with activities, Gartan also provides hostel accommodation and home-cooked meals.
The Regional Cultural Centre is a multi-disciplinary facility that specialises in exhibitions, music, film, and community arts. Incorporating an art gallery, an auditorium, and full cinema facilities, an ongoing programme of free events is available year-round.
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