List of twin towns and sister cities in the Republic of Ireland

This is a list of places in Republic of Ireland which have standing links to local communities in other countries known as "town twinning" (usually in Europe) or "sister cities" (usually in the rest of the world). In the Republic of Ireland, this association is formalised by local government.

Map of Ireland

AEdit

Adare

Ardee[3]

Arklow[4]

Askeaton[5]

Athboy[6]

Athenry

Athlone[9]

Athy[10]

Avoca[11]

BEdit

Balbriggan

Ballina[14]

Ballinasloe[15]

Ballincollig[16]

Ballybay[17]

Ballydehob[18]

Ballylanders[2]

Ballymahon[19]

Ballymakeera[20]

Ballymoe[21]

Ballyshannon[22]

Ballyvourney[20]

Balrothery[23]

Bandon[24]

Bantry[25]

Beaufort[26]

Blackrock[27]

Bray[28]

Buncrana[29][30]

Bundoran is a member of the Douzelage, a town twinning association of towns across the European Union, alongside with:[31]

CEdit

Cahir[32]

Cappamore[33]

Cappoquin[34]

County Carlow[35]

Carlow[36]

Carndonagh[37]

Carrickmacross[38]

Carrigaline[39]

Cashel is a member of the Charter of European Rural Communities, a town twinning association across the European Union, alongside with:[40]

Castlebar

Castleblayney[44]

Castlecomer[45]

Castleisland[46]

Cavan[47]

Charleville[48]

County Clare[49]

Clifden

Clonakilty[52]

Clonmel[53]

Cobh[54]

County Cork

Cork[57]

Corofin[59]

Cúil Aodha[20]

DEdit

Dingle

County Donegal[62]

Drogheda

Drumshanbo[66]

Dublin[67]

Dún Laoghaire[68]

Dundalk

Dungarvan[71]

Dunmanway[25]

Dunmore

EEdit

Ennis[49]

Enniscorthy[73]

FEdit

Fermoy[74]

Ferns[75]

County Fingal[76]

GEdit

Galway[77]

Gorey[78]

  •   Oban, Scotland, United Kingdom

Greystones[79]

HEdit

Hacketstown[80]

Headford

IEdit

Inniscarra[83]

KEdit

Kanturk[84]

Kilcullen[10]

County Kildare[10]

Kildare[10]

Kilkee[49]

County Kilkenny[85]

Kilkenny

Killarney[46][88]

Killorglin[89]

Kilnamartyra[20]

Kilrush[49]

Kinsale[90]

LEdit

Lahinch[91]

County Laois[92]

Laragh[93]

Leixlip[10]

Letterkenny

County Limerick[2][5]

Limerick[2][96]

Lismore[97]

Listowel

Longford[103]

Loughshinny[104]

Louisburgh

Lusk[107]

MEdit

Macroom[108]

Mallow[55]

Maynooth[10]

County Mayo

County Meath[112]

Millstreet[113]

County Monaghan[114]

Monasterboice[115]

Muine Bheag[116]

Murroe[2]

NEdit

Naas[117]

Navan[112]

Nenagh[118]

New Ross[119][26]

Newbridge[10]

OEdit

Oldcastle[112]

Oranmore[120]

PEdit

Passage West[121]

Portlaoise[26]

REdit

Rathcoole[122]

County Roscommon[123]

Roscommon[124]

Roundwood[125]

Rush

SEdit

Schull[128]

Shannon[49]

Sixmilebridge[129]

Skerries[130]

Sligo

County South Dublin

Swords[138]

TEdit

Taghmaconnell[139]

Templemore[140]

Thurles[141]

Tipperary[142]

Tralee

Trim[112]

Tuam[147]

Tullamore[148]

Tydavnet[149]

WEdit

Waterford

Westport[154]

County Wexford[155]

Wexford[156][157]

Whitegate[158]

County Wicklow[28]

Wicklow[159]

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