How to get to DERI

September 17, 2007 at 1:33 am Leave a comment

Barcamp Galway takes place in DERI this coming Saturday, September 22nd.

DERI is about 1.5 miles from Galway center. It’s located in the IDA industrial park in Lower Dangan, at the end of Newcastle road. It takes about 30 minutes to walk to DERI from the bus or train station.

Below is a map showing DERI’s location. DERI is at point E on the map.

View Map for DERI, Galway

If you are driving, DERI is easy to find. When you arrive in Galway from the Dublin or Limerick road you will encounter a series of roundabouts. Keep following the signs for N59 (Clifden). You will go through a series of roundabouts and will be on a dual carriageway all the way. Keep following the signs for the N59 until you cross over the Quincentenary Bridge. This a large dual carriageway bridge across the river. At the end of the bridge there is a set of traffic lights. Go straight through these and you will reach a roundabout. Take the last exit on the roundabout (signposted N59, Clifden) onto Thomas Hynes Road. At the end of this road there is another set of traffic lights and a T-junction. The road to the left is the N59 for Clifden and to the right is Galway. Go straight through at these lights into the IDA business park. DERI is the first building on the left.

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