It can range from 4Km to 80Km depending on were about in Donegal. Londonderry is almost on the boarder of County Donegal and County Londonderry.
Belfast is in northern ireland
about 90 km
It is about 286 kilometres or 178 miles, between the towns of Kilkenny and Donegal.
From Donegal town to Drung is about 68 miles or 109 kilometres.
No. It is about 85 miles or 136 kilometres from Longford town to Donegal town. Longford is a small county, but Donegal is a large one. So depending on where you are going, it could be a lot further. Donegal town is in south Donegal. The most northerly point in the county is Malin Head. If you were going that far it would be about 134 miles or 215 kilometres.
Belfast to Derry is a journey of about 72 miles.
approximately 70 miles
no, Belfast is far bigger than Cork
Dublin is about 100 miles or 167 kilometres from Belfast.There are about 87.328 miles between Dublin and Belfast.
Drogheda to Donegal town is about 123 miles, though there are many routes you can take, some of which would be longer.
Part of Belfast is in county Down, so the answer is zero.
Chicago is about three days away from Belfast. I hope that answers your question!
Apart from Londonderry and Belfast, Ulster is a fantasically beautiful province, from the Donegal wilderness to the giants causeway it is well worth a visit!
From Donegal town to Dungannon is about 109 kilometres or 67 miles. Donegal is a large county, so distances from other parts of the county to Dungannon would vary considerably, up to 100 miles.
142 miles or 228 kilometres is the distance between Belfast and the town of Wicklow.
It depends on where you are going in Iceland. From Belfast to Reykjavik it is about 1400 kilometers or 865 miles.
Dublin is far bigger
approx 120 miles.
about 280 miles
about 825 miles