Getting to Letterkenny

By Bus

Letterkenny is a major bus hub for northwestern Ireland. The bus station is by the round­about at the junction of Ramelton Rd and the Derry road.

Bus Éireann express bus 32 runs to Dublin (€16, four hours) six times daily (four on Sunday) via Omagh (€11, one hour) and Monaghan (€13, 1¾ hours).

Derry (€7, 35 minutes) to Galway (€15, 4¾ hours) bus 64 stops at Letterkenny three times daily (twice on Sunday) before continuing to Donegal (€8, 50 minutes),Bundoran (€12, 1½ hours), Sligo (€12, 2¼ hours) and Galway (€17, 3½ hours)

TheDerry–Cork express bus 53 connects Letterkenny and Donegal (45 minutes), and Sligo (€12, two hours). It runs three times daily (once on Sunday).

John McGinley buses run twice daily Sunday to Thursday (three times Friday, once on Saturday) from Annagry to Dublin (€15, 3¾ hours) through Letterkenny and Monaghan.

Lough Swilly Buses has regular services from Derry (€6.60, one hour) to Dungloe (€8, two hours), via Letterkenny and Dunfanaghy, as well as direct to Letterkenny.

Feda O'Donnell runs a bus from Crolly (€5, 1½ hours) to Galway (€16, four hours) twice daily via Letterkenny, Donegal, Bundoran and Sligo. Buses stop on the road outside the bus station.

McGeehan Coaches (954 6150) runs a service from Letterkenny to Glencolumbcille (€10, 2¼ hours) daily except Sunday.

By Plane

Letterkenny is connected by bus to both Donegal and Derry Airports