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Best way to travel from Dublin to Galway?

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My friend and I will be heading to Ireland after our trip to Spain. We are flying into Dublin and need to be at a wedding in Galway 3 days later. It was suggested to us that we rent a car but all we would be using it for is for the initial drive to Galway. Is there an easier/cheaper way to travel? How does the train work- is there a specific train I will need to find? Or will we need the car for some other site seeing in Galway? If we are driving should I take a certain way for site-seeing??

We have never been to Ireland so any and all advice is welcome and appreciated. Must sees?

Thank you!

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