Lisdoonvarna is a small village on the West coast of Ireland, about 10 minute drive from the famous Wild Atlantic Way.
How do I get to Lisdoonvarna?
International Air Travellers
Shannon Airport is the closest airpor t to Lisdoonvarna and we recommend it, if you are flying to Ireland for the event. There is a “344” bus service between Shannon Airport and Ennis, from which you can easily connect to Lisdoonvarna. You’ll find a timetable and booking information for this, and other connecting services, on the Bus Éireann website.
There is only one train station in County Clare, which is in nearby Ennis town, and offers daily services to Limerick, Cork, Dublin and Galway. Irish Rail’s website allows you to plan your journey and provides regularly updated timetables from all connecting destinations.
Bus Éireann is Ireland’s national bus company and operates services to Lisdoonvarna. Regular service from major destinations to Ennis allow you to connect to Lisdoonvarna on the 350 route. You can find the latest timetables and booking information on www.buseireann.ie
- 350: Galway – Lisdoonvarna – see http://www.buseireann.ie/pdf/1426259770-350.pdf
Travellers from Northern Ireland can find connecting services to take them from all major destinations to Lisdoonvarna by using the Translink website:www.translink.co.uk
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