Getting to Carrick on Shannon for Stag Weekend
Carrick on Shannon is the largest town in County Leitrim and is located on the River Shannon, where the border of counties Roscommon and Leitrim meet. You can reach Carrick by air, by road, by train, or by bus.
Arriving at Carrick by air
If you want to limit the time spent in traveling, the easiest way is by air.
In terms of air access, stag weekend Carrick is just 50 minutes drive from Knock International Airport, which has flights to over 20 destinations including London, Birmingham, Manchester, Nottingham East Midlands, and Liverpool.
Moreover, you don’t have to worry about flying as there are even a last-minute booking app. It’ll help you with your flight.
Traveling to Carrick by road
Your next option in getting to Carrick is by road.
The N4 links Carrick-on-Shannon to Dublin and the North West of Ireland.
Reaching Carrick by train
The third option in arriving to Carrick is by train.
The Dublin-Sligo train stops at Carrick rail station multiple times a day. Expect an adult return fare from Dublin to be approximately €40.
The train station is located several kilometres outside the town, and taxis do not wait there.
Getting to Carrick on Shannon by Bus
The last option of getting to town is by bus.
Bus Eireann has a service to and from Dublin 4 times a day with additional national connections throughout the bus network.