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Get from Sligo to Dublin Airport, or from Dublin Airport to Sligo, with Expressway Route 23 via Mullingar, Longford, and Boyle. 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 23 from Sligo arrives directly into Dublin Airport, convenient to passengers travelling internationally from both terminals. From Dublin, the 23 arrives into Sligo IT via Sligo Bus Station.
P = Pick-up stop only.
D = Drop-off stop only.
A = Will carry passengers from Dublin Airport to Maynooth, but may not carry passengers from city centre to Maynooth.
SuO = Operates Sundays and Public Holidays only.
SuX = Operates Monday to Saturday only - does not operate on Public Holidays.
For services stopping at Longford Rail Station, there will be a short comfort stop. Toilet facilities are available.
No services on Christmas Day. Enquire about St.Stephen's Day services.
Located on the Wild Atlantic Way, Sligo offers a relaxing break by the sea, surrounded by the stunning landscapes that inspired W.B. Yeats’ most celebrated work.
Part of the Dartry Mountains, Benbulben is a protected site whose striking features loom large over Sligo Town and Yeats Country. A variety of walking trails cater to all ages and abilities and lead to stunning views.
A unique series of outdoor sculptures created by Irish and international artists is found along this peaceful forest trail where you will find a picnic area and beautiful lakeside views. Sculptures rendered in wood include local characters and animals.
Donated to the Yeats Society by AIB in 1973, the Yeats Building is located on Hyde Bridge in the heart of Sligo Town. This beautiful building houses a reference library, art gallery, exhibition, and café.
Enjoy an exhilarating & memorable experience with a privately tailored tour. Taking in Hazelwood, Lough Gill, Parkes Castle, the Lake Isle of Innisfree, and more, this packed itinerary is a great way to get a taste of the best Sligo has to offer.
Famous as the childhood home of Countess Constance Markievicz, one of the leaders of the 1916 Rising and the first woman to be elected to Dáil Eireann. Built of local grey limestone in the Neoclassical Greek Revival style, the house stands overlooking Sligo Bay at the foot of Ben Bulben.
A short distance from Sligo Town, Strandhill is an energetic coastal village famous for surfing. From the People’s Market in the old Sligo airport to Mammy Johnston’s famous ice cream, Shells Café, and the seaweed baths overlooking the strand, there’s something for everyone here by the sea.
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