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Ireland without a car

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I am planning a trip for four (all in our 60s) and we have decided NOT to rent a car for exploring Ireland. We will be spending 5 days in Scotland before arriving in Ireland.

Our plan includes 3 days in Dublin and then a train/bus transfer to Dingle where we will spend 3 nights. We plan on hiring a guide to drive us in the Dingle and/or Ring of Kerry area.

Our flight from the U.S. to Scotland brings us to Glasgow. (The airline does not fly to Ireland.) This brings my question. There is a flight from Cork to Glasgow at 14:55. If I can hire a driver(I have spoken to one but haven't confirmed), I will book that flight. I am wondering if anyone has a better suggestion for airports in the Dingle region. Thanks for any advice.

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