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eolas faoi sheirbhísí iarnróid agus bus - information about rail and bus services
In order to reach the Dingle Peninsula by public transport it is necessary to travel to Tralee, the largest town and administrative centre of County Kerry. Tralee is about 31 miles/50 kilometres from Dingle town. Rail services operated by Iarnród Éireann and long distance Expressway bus services operated by Bus Éireann both terminate at Tralee Station, from where a local bus service runs to Dingle.
Iarnród Éireann - Irish Rail provides passenger rail services across Ireland. Killarney, Farranfore and Tralee are the nearest train stations to the Dingle Peninsula. Trains from Dublin and Cork run every 2 hrs 7 days a week and connect to the greater rail network. The journey time to Tralee from Dublin is 4hrs approx and from Cork 2 1/2 hrs approx.Train timetables and further information can be found on the Irish Rail Website with travel planner and online ticket sales.
Bus Eireann connections to Dingle go from outside Tralee Rail Station and the journey time is 1 hr. There are 10 buses per day. See timetable on Bus Eireann Website
Local Dingle hackney cabs can be booked in advance to collect from Tralee, Farranfore and Killarney Rail Stations - see contact details below.
The Bus Éireann network of bus routes connect the main cities, airports and ferry ports in Ireland to Tralee Bus Station. At Tralee you connect with Bus Eireann local service - route 275 to Dingle Town.
For more information see Bus Eireann Website (includes interactive timetables and online ticketing).Travel Enquiries: Tralee 066-7164700 Killarney 064-34777 and Eurolines
A private bus company Dublin Coach runs a daily 24 hr bus service from Dublin and Dublin Airport to Tralee via Limerick. For more information see Dublin Coach M7 Service
Bus Eireann route 275 runs daily between Tralee Bus Station and Dingle Town. There are 10 buses per day in both direction, departing approxiametely every 2 hours. There are stops at Blennerville, Camp, Annascaul and Lispole. Route 273 runs one day per week between Tralee Bus Station and Cloghane. There are 2 buses on Friday in both directions. There are stops at Blennerville, Camp, Aughacasla, CastlegregoryFor more information see Bus Eireann Website (includes interactive timetables and online ticketing).Travel Enquiries: Tralee 066-7164700 Killarney 064-34777
The Local Link service provides a rural bus service from Dingle town to areas around the Peninsula daily.
Route 277: Dingle/Daingean Uí Chúis - Ventry/Fionn Trá - Ballyferriter/Baile an Fheirtéaraigh - Dunquin/Dún Chaoin (Monday to Sunday)
Route 73: Dingle/Daingean Uí Chúis - Gallarus/Gallaras - Murreagh/An Mhuiríoch - Feohanagh/An Fheothanach - Ballydavid/Baile na nGall
Route 74: Dingle/Daingean Uí Chúis - Lispole/Lios Póil (Mondays & Wednesdays)
Route 57: Annascaul - Camp - Derrymore (Fridays)
Route 49: Brandon Point - Cloghane - Castlegregory - Camp - Derrymore - Tralee
Route 13: Inch - Castlemaine - Tralee (Mondays)
Route 59a: Derrymore - Curraheen - Clahane - Tralee
For more information see Dingle section of Local Link website.
DINGLE PENINSULA TOURISM ALLIANCE – PROMOTING THE DINGLE PENINSULA TOGETHER
Do come and stay! We are very happy to help guide you to your idyllic holiday or short break on the Dingle Peninsula. Dingle Peninsula Tourism Alliance, a marketing co-operative owned and managed by its members across the peninsula, have produced this website to provide you, our visitors with the most up to date information you need to plan and enjoy your visit.
If you cannot find the information you need, or have a question you would like answered, please feel free to contact us.
+353 (0)66 915 2448
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