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Ireland summer itinerary

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My friend and I will be traveling to Ireland this summer (end of June/July). Our plan is to fly into Dublin staying for 2 days, head to Galway staying for 4 days and visiting nearby attractions, and heading to southern Ireland for 3 days departing from Shannon airport. What are suggestions for city to stay near enough Shannon, but still offering a taste of southern Ireland?

We are planning to take public transportation the whole trip. We have not booked travel yet, as we want to make sure the public transportation is an option for each leg. I know bus routes run between cities. I am interested in the ease of travel and booking advice (ahead of time or on the spot).

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