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Let us make choosing your holiday destination easier - check out our list of tourist attractions below and see how easy it can be getting there with Bus Éireann.

Travelling by Public Transport may look a little different from what you remember and this is to keep everyone safe, including customers and staff, so that you can travel in comfort and with peace of mind on our services.

King Johns Castle

  • Face coverings: you will need to wear a face covering.
  • Cleaning: all our coaches are put through an enhanced cleaning regime, so we ask you to help us keep the vehicles clean in transit by taking your litter, tissues etc with you when you disembark

Travel to any of the cities in Ireland on our Expressway services.

The following timetables can all be found by searching the "view Timetables" section of our website

Eastern Region

From Drogheda

Blarney Castle

Routes D1/D2 - Take a day out to visit the Bettystown/Laytown beaches

Route 100 - Visit the early Christian ruins of Monasterboice, just north of Drogheda

Route 105/105X - bring the kids, old and young to Tayto Park for an exciting day out, or you may prefer Fairyhouse racecourse 

Route 163 - Travel to Bru Na Boinne, Newgrange's visitor centre or the Battle of Boyne visitor centre

Route 190 - Visit the Slane Distillery at Slane Castle or Trim Castle

From Dundalk

Route 100 - Visit the early Christian ruins of Monasterboice, just north of Drogheda

Route 161 - Visit the scenic Carlingford Village for some invigorating walks beside sea

From Dublin

Route 101/101X - travel to Drogheda and take a walking tour of Drogeda, visiting St Peter's Church or the Magdalene Tower

Route 103/103X - bring the kids, old and young to Tayto Park for an exciting day out, or you may prefer Fairyhouse racecourse 

Route 109A/109X - The heritage town of Kells, where The Book of Kells was completed or  Hill of Tara - the ancient residence of the High King of Ireland

109B -  Visit the ruins of Bective Abbey, on the west bank of the River Boyne

Route NX - take a day trip to the Navan, burial place of Niall of the Nine Hostages, High King of Ireland from 379 to 405 

Western Region

From Galway

Route 401/402/410 - take a stroll on Salthill Promenade

Route 350 - Visit visit the scenic town of Kinvara, home to Dunguaire Castle or explore the wildness of the Burren, to the Cliffs of Moher on one of our most beautiful Routes, the 350 service

Route  411 - travel out to the Barna Woods, a visit this magnificient conservation area which covers a wide area and encompasses marine and coastal habitats as well as the mixed broadleaved wood.

Route 419/423 - visit Kylemore Abbey and explore the woodland and lakeshore walks, magnificent buildings and Ireland’s largest Walled Garden

Route 419 - Expore the Connemara National Park with it's megalithic court tombs dating back 4,000 years

Route 424 - Travel to Rossaveal on Route 424 where you can get a ferry to Inis Mor and discover the stone fort Dún Aonghasa 

From Limerick

Route 302/303 - Take a trip to King John's Castle which dates back to Viking times and has undergone several sieges, battles and triumphs over its long history. 

Route 301/304 - Explore Limerick City with a visit to the Hunt Museum, the Milk Market, St Mary's Cathedral and Limerick City Art Gallery

Route 304/304A/305 -  Open almost 150 years ago, the Peoples Park, with a large selection of deciduous and evergreen trees, is a perfect spot for a picnic

Route 332 - Travel to Glenstal Abbey, home to a community of Benedictine monks in County Limerick, Ireland, and set amidst five hundred acres of farmland, forest, lakes and streams.

Route 329 - Spend the day in Foynes and visit the Foynes Flying Boat & Maritime Museum and learn all about how played a pivotal role in establishing commercial transatlantic passenger flights

Route 343 - Pack a picnic and visit Bunratty Castle and Folk Park with it's Pet Farm and Fairy Trail or take lunch in Durty Nellys  

Southern Region


Take advantage of our Cork City Network and visit some of the attractions Cork City has to offer such as 

Route 215 - travel out to Blarney and visit Blarney Castle and Gardens, home of the famous Blarney Stone

Route 237 - Take a picnic to the scenic village of Skibbereen and visit the Skibbereen Heritage Centre, learn all about the famine or discover your family history