Galway Technology Centre,
Mervue Business Park,
Our office at Galway Technology Centre (GTC) is in Mervue Business Park on Wellpark Road (R339), ten minutes from Galway City Centre and five minutes from the M6 motorway.
The reception desk at GTC is open during normal business hours from Monday to Friday.
Security demands that we receive visitors strictly by prior appointment. Appointments can be made outside normal business hours on request.
Parking at Galway Technology Centre
Free car parking is available on-site at GTC.
Galway Technology Centre by public transport
GTC is a short taxi ride from Galway Ceannt railway station, which provides rail connections to Dublin Heuston station and the rest of the Iarnród Éireann network. Galway Ceannt station is also served by Bus Éireann regional and national bus and coach services.
GTC is also a short taxi ride from Galway Coach Station, which hosts other regional and national bus and coach services including Citylink and GoBus.
GTC is served by bus routes 403, running half-hourly between Eyre Square, Ballybrit and Parkmore and 405, running every twenty minutes between Eyre Square and Ballybane. Both routes are operated by Bus Éireann.
Travel from Irish airports
Galway City is within two hours' drive from three international airports: Dublin, Shannon and Ireland West (Knock). All offer car rental facilities. Alternatively, taxi, bus or coach services to Galway City are available from all three airports. Bus or coach services offer the best value.
From Dublin airport, we recommend coach services offered by Citylink, GoBus and Bus Éireann. Direct express services to Galway City take as little as 2.5 hours. Another option is to take the 747 shuttle bus from the airport to Dublin Heuston railway station and to catch a train to Galway City from there.
Shannon airport and Ireland West (Knock) airport are served by Bus Éireann services.
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