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Ireland for One who hates to drive

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My husband and I love public transportation. We have met the most wonderful people and gotten a real insiders view on buses. I am planning a trip to Ireland in September. My itinerary is not set. I would like to spend about two to three weeks using as much public transportation as possible. In Germany, we did almost all trains except for the Romantic Road. In Spain we did a lot but rented a car for the Costa Bravo. In the Uk, we did Scotland, N. Whales, York, London and Cambridge on public transportation. We had a car for the Cotswalds. Is it possible to plan a trip to Ireland using mostly public transportation? We love big cities and we love the country for hikes and scenery. Of course we love food, art and simple behind the scenes local stuff. Any suggestions? I thought we would do open jaw flying to Dublin and returning to New York from Shannon or Belfast.

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