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Buncrana Tourist Office

Railway Road, Buncrana, Ireland
+353 74 936 2600
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Denise & Mary---thank you for your help and suggesting the Famine Village owned by Peter... read more

Reviewed February 25, 2018
marace2016
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Kihei, Hawaii
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Stunning Scenery

From Derry to Glenveagh National Park & right up to Banbas Crown on Malin Head, this part of... read more

Reviewed September 21, 2017
TravelGeniusAnnmarie
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Visitor Information centre providing in depth knowledge/expertise of the Inishowen Peninsula & Donegal.Find out what you can see and do in the peninsula from attractions, activities, sights and culture, arts and crafts and many more. Stocking a large selection of locals Arts & Crafts.
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Railway Road, Buncrana, Ireland
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Reviewed February 25, 2018 via mobile

Denise & Mary---thank you for your help and suggesting the Famine Village owned by Peter O'Doherty. Well worth the trip to see how the amazing Irish lived, not so long ago. Our trip to the home of the O’Doherty clan was one we will never...More

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Reviewed September 21, 2017 via mobile

From Derry to Glenveagh National Park & right up to Banbas Crown on Malin Head, this part of Ireland has some of the best & most beautiful scenery to be found on the Island of Ireland. If you would like to tour this area then...More

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Reviewed September 20, 2017 via mobile

Denise & Mary---thank you for your help and suggesting the Famine Village owned by Peter O'Doherty. Well worth the trip to see how the amazing Irish lived, not so long ago.

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Reviewed September 15, 2017

Staff really helpful and knowledgable Easily accessible with car parking and facility behind the premises for camper vans. Lots of up to date brochures and staff know what is going on in the area

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Reviewed September 9, 2017

Visited the office last week when planning our week in Buncrana and Inishowen. Needed advice as to how to get about without a car as transport isnt great in the area. She gave is lots of info on how to get about regarding taxi numbers,...More

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Reviewed July 27, 2017

Right up there with the best, by that I mean most helpful Tourist Offices I've ever visited......especially the young lady Denise - she certainly went the extra mile by connecting me with several local people who could possibly help me with my research. Well worth...More

Thank Francis C
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Reviewed July 25, 2017 via mobile

Top marks to Buncrana tourist office for providing aire site for motorhomes only have to pay for elactricity.

Thank Bernard G
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Reviewed July 16, 2017 via mobile

Good evening I am really upset tonight I live in Buncrana and went out to Dinner and Few Drinks and there is a festival and at 10.45 I went to walk home and was stopped and asked for €5 each to walk through town as...More

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Reviewed June 23, 2017

We popped in here before driving around the Inishowen Peninsula to obtain a map. Not only we were provided with a map but we received some great tips from the helpful woman behind the counter, as to some interesting sights to see. A visit here...More

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Reviewed June 15, 2017

We enquired about bed and breakfast accommodation and were given detailed descriptions and directions to a variety of locations.

Thank Gerry&Ros
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Response from 59Monica4 | Reviewed this property |
Buncrana castle, swans mill, Dundee fort, o’Doherty’s Keep, the Fort at Ned’s Point. Cockhill chapel and cemetery. Church on Main Street I think Go speak to Excelsior Bar and talk to Peter. He is very knowledgeable about... More
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