Once you arrive in the Boyne Valley, you may need to arrange transport to see as much as possible of this amazing destination. Whether you are seeking private bike, car or coach hire there are many options available.
For up-to-date information on all Irish public transport networks, including timetables and route details, download the free TFI Real Time Ireland app.
The Boyne Valley is linked by rail via the Dublin-Belfast line through Drogheda (and Laytown and Gormanston), the M3 Parkway-Dublin line (via Dunboyne) and in the south at Enfield (on the Dublin to Sligo line). For timetables and fares see Irishrail.ie
A number of bus routes operate through Meath and Louth, linking the main towns such as the 109 (Dublin to Cavan via Navan and Kells), the 111 (Dublin to Athboy via Trim) and the 190 (Trim to Drogheda via Navan and Slane).
NB: Bus Eireann operates a bus service (Route 163) between the Brú na Bóinne Visitor Centre and Drogheda, via the Battle of the Boyne site at Oldbridge House. See all national bus information see buseireann.ie.
Local Link operates a number of bus routes in Meath (including Ashbourne, Longwood, Trim, Navan and Athboy), Louth (including Drogheda, Clogherhead, Annagassassan and Monasterboice) and Fingal. See website for details.
Electric Vehicles (EV) Charging Stations in Meath and Louth
EV users in the Boyne Valley will benefit from a decision by Meath County Council and Louth County Council to make EV parking available at a number of locations in the county. Click here for an interactive map of charge point locations in Meath and Louth.
For more information on Electric Vehicles (EV) Charging Stations in Meath click here.
For more information on Electric Vehicles (EV) Charging Stations in Louth click here.