Bus Éireann is Ireland’s national bus service. It operates bus services to all counties, towns, and villages through a number of stations, as well as intercity services in cities. Bus Éireann Expressway services carry regular bikes for a fee and covered folding bikes for free. See www.buseireann.ie
The Republic of Ireland is served by Irish Rail (Iarnrod Éireann), the national rail network. It offers three main options: Intercity, Commuter and Dart passenger services. Iarnrod Éireann welcome bicycles on all services but some restrictions apply during peak travel times. See www.irishrail.ie
As an island, Ireland is reachable via a number of ferry services:
- Irish Ferries from Great Britain and France Ireland
- Stena Line from Great Britain and France to Ireland
- Brittany Ferries from Spain and France to Ireland
Ireland is serviced by Dublin Airport, Shannon Airport and Cork Airport, as well as regional airports Ireland West, Galway Airport, and Kerry Airport.