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Letterkenny Tourist Information Centre
Letterkenny, Co. Donegal
To make the most of your holiday in Ireland, make sure your first stop is a visit to one of Fáilte Ireland's Tourist Information Centres where you will receive free, personalised independent advice, information, maps and literature tailored to enhance your holiday experience.

The staff are happy to help you discover the many places of interest around the country, including The Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland's Ancient East, Ireland's Hidden Heartlands and Dublin.

Stop by the Letterkenny Tourist Information Centre for top local tips, and bespoke information to help you discover the sights and sounds of Letterkenny and surrounds. Enjoy your visit to vibrant Letterkenny with a selection of cafés, bars and restaurants dotted along its bustling streets. Admire the vast collection of historical artefacts showcasing all aspects of life in Donegal at the Donegal County Museum. Stroll towards the Main Street to enjoy the magnificent views of St. Eunan’s Cathedral with its stunning Victorian neo-Gothic style that dominates the town’s skyline.

Contact details
Neil T Blaney Rd, Ballyraine, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal, F92 E796, Ireland
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