I was staying in Dublin and since no tours i found went to Bru na Boyne, we had to find our own way there. Taking the #100 bus  was extremely worth it and only took us about an hour+ to get to the city. However from the bus station we needed to take a taxi to get the the entrance of the WHS. Overall the cost I think was less than if we took a tour but it was a little hectic trying to figure out how to get there in the first place. The weather was beautiful though, never rained once.

I was staying in Dublin and since no tours i found went to Bru na Boyne, we had to find our own way there. Taking the #100 bus  was extremely worth it and only took us about an hour+ to get to the city. However from the bus station we needed to take a taxi to get the the entrance of the WHS. Overall the cost I think was less than if we took a tour but it was a little hectic trying to figure out how to get there in the first place. The weather was beautiful though, never rained once.

I was staying in Dublin and since no tours i found went to Bru na Boyne, we had to find our own way there. Taking the #100 bus  was extremely worth it and only took us about an hour+ to get to the city. However from the bus station we needed to take a taxi to get the the entrance of the WHS. Overall the cost I think was less than if we took a tour but it was a little hectic trying to figure out how to get there in the first place. The weather was beautiful though, never rained once.
By Mitchell Phelps mamp.bb3@gmail.com

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I was staying in Dublin and since no tours i found went to Bru na Boyne, we had to find our own way there. Taking the #100 bus  was extremely worth it and only took us about an hour+ to get to the city. However from the bus station...