Ireland has great public transport links to get you where you need to go. For travel within Ireland, cities and larger towns in Ireland are connected with bus and inter-city trains. In smaller towns and villages, Local Link forms a network of affordable bus services. There is also a high-quality motorway network connecting major cities and towns. Internal flights may also be available.
Is it easy to travel around Ireland?
Can I drive in Ireland on my existing licence?
To drive in Ireland, you must have a valid driving licence, your vehicle must be taxed on an annual basis and you must have insurance. Full driving licences from all other EU member states and some other countries are recognised for use in Ireland.
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Reduced cost bus and rail tickets
Taxsaver tickets make it cheaper for people to use public transport. The cost of your annual ticket is deducted directly from your salary, and massive savings of between 28.5% and 52% can be made off the regular price, depending on ticket type and your tax band. Find out more here
Cycle to work and save money
Using the Bike to Work scheme, you can get a new bike and safety equipment worth up to €1,250 for a regular bike, and up to €1,500 for an electric bike. The scheme covers your new bike and gear, so you can get moving in style and save up to 52% of the retail price of bike and equipment. You repay the reduced price of the bike in instalments through your salary.
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