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Travel with Bus Éireann on an epic journey along Ireland’s magnificent Western seaboard.

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Buy Your Open-Road ticket today

The Wild Atlantic Way - where land and sea collide. Where untamed wild landscape meets pristine sandy beaches. Where unforgettable memories are made. Beginning in the breath-taking northern county of Donegal and ending in the southern rebel county of Cork, this extensive route allows you to witness all the stunning beauty the West of Ireland has to offer, from national Irish treasures to local hidden gems. And with our Hop on and Hop off “Open-Road” ticket you’ve got the freedom to explore Ireland the way you want to.

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How it works

Here’s how it works; for each Open-Road €60 ticket purchased you can avail of 3 days of unlimited travel out of 6 consecutive days. Feel like extending your trip? Simply purchase extra “stamps” for your Open-Road ticket, for only €16.50 per day. If you are looking for more details or tips for where to visit, download our fantastic Wild Atlantic Way brochure here.

 Download the Wild Atlantic Way brochure
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The “Open-Road” pass is valid for travel on Bus Éireann’s scheduled services in the Republic of Ireland including Expressway, commuter, local city and town services. With a wide range of services available for every part of the Wild Atlantic Way, planning your journey is simple.

Click here to order your Open-Road Hop On/Hop Off ticket. You can choose to either collect your ticket from the nearest bus station, or, have it posted directly to your own home.

 Order your Open-Road Ticket Online

So whether you want to wander through the stunning Keem Strand in Mayo, or kayak through the incredible arches of the Old Head in Cork, or even just relax in a hot Atlantic seaweed bath in Strandhill in Sligo, the Wild Atlantic Way has it all!

Visit Wild Atlantic Way for more information on exploring the Wild Atlantic Way.

Travel Centre Opening Hours
Ballina Bus Station, Kevin Barry Street
Monday to Friday (Except Bank Holidays)
0900 to 1300, 1400 to 1700
Cork Bus Station, Parnell Place
Monday to Friday (Except Bank Holidays)

0900 to 1730
Dublin, Busáras (Central Bus Station), Store Street
Monday to Thursday (Except Bank Holidays)
Friday
Saturday

0830 to 1730
0730 to 1830
0800 to 1530
Drogheda Bus Station
Monday to Saturday (Except Bank Holidays)
0900 to 1600
Dundalk Bus Station
Monday to Saturday (Except Bank Holidays)
0900 to 1300, 1400 to 1715
Galway Bus Station, Eyre Square
Monday to Friday (Except Bank Holidays)
Saturdays
0900 to 1700
1030 to 1230, 1330 to 1600
Letterkenny Bus Station
Monday to Friday (Except Bank Holidays)
0900 to 1330, 1430 to 1745
Limerick Bus Station
Monday to Friday (Except Bank Holidays)
0900 to 1700
Sligo Bus Station, Lord Edward Street
Monday to Friday (Except Bank Holidays)
Saturdays
0900 to 1700
0930 to 1600
Tralee Bus Station
Monday to Friday (Except Bank Holidays)
0900 to 1300, 1345 to 1630
Waterford Bus Station
Monday to Friday (Except Bank Holidays)
0930 to 1730