Balbriggan

Balbriggan (Irish: Baile Brigín) is a sea-side town of about 20,000 residents located 32km (20 miles) north of Dublin city centre.

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Balbriggan – main street.

Balbriggan is well-positioned for visitors who wish to foray into Dublin city, while glimpsing rural life and exploring the North-East of Ireland – accessing many sacred centers such as the Hill of Tara, Knowth, Dowth, Newgrange and Mellifont Abbey. The Cooley peninsula in County Louth is an easy drive away and it is also easy to day-trip to Northern Ireland, visiting the city of Belfast, the mountains of Mourne, and so on.

From central Dublin by the Dublin Suburban Rail Northern Commuter line.

From central Dublin via Bus Eireann (route 101) or Dublin Bus (route 33).

Map of Balbriggan

The town of Balbriggan lends itself beautifully to walking – all locations within the town are easily accessible by foot.

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