Ireland offers bus services for both city and country routes, day and night travel, and guided tours. Traveling on a bus in Ireland can be a straightforward and inexpensive way to see the Emerald Isle.
Depart from, or arrive at, the international airports in Dublin, Cork or Shannon on Bus Éireann. Purchase tickets to your destination or buy an Open Road pass for unlimited travel within a time frame.
Take a scheduled tour or hire an entire coach for a group outing with the CIE group. See Dublin for its music and art on the Rock 'n' Rock Bus Tour.
Ride between major towns and cities, including Northern Ireland locations, on a Bus Éireann Expressway service. Routes between Dublin and Belfast, Galway or Limerick leave hourly.
Use a Bus Éireann Stage-Carriage service when traveling to a rural destination. Access to some hinterlands may be limited to one day per week.
Stay awake for the Bus Éireann Nightrider routes through Dublin on Fridays and Saturdays after a night touring Dublin's pubs.
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