Treat Yourself to a Day Break with Bus Ã‰ireann
Bus Éireann has launched its Day Break brochure highlighting sightseeing trips from Dublin to some of the most beautiful parts of Ireland including Wicklow, Belfast, Cork, Trim, Cashel, Derry City and Galway.
The Day Break brochure, which is available at Busaras and online, has a wealth of information on how regular Bus Éireann services can be used to travel from Dublin to some of the country’s most popular landmarks and breathtaking destinations.
Bus Éireann’s nationwide network enables bus travellers and sightseers to make the most of all that Ireland has to offer.
From visiting the Rock of Cashel on Expressway Route 8 to experiencing the medieval town of Carlingford on Route 100X/161 to enjoying the festivities in Galway on Expressway Route 20/X20 or the tranquillity of the Lake District in Enniskillen on Route 30.
Coaches are an excellent way of getting around the country as you can sit back, relax and enjoy the spectacular views, the beautiful surroundings, and unforgettable scenery.
Bus Éireann has a variety of great value ticket options to suit all travel needs from individual tickets to Family Tickets to tourist travel passes such as the Open Road Ticket.
Customers are advised that it is not necessary to reserve seating.
Customers can view the full list of day breaks suggestions using the following link http://www.buseireann.ie/pdf/1337599235-Day-Breaks-2012.pdf.
Enjoy day breaks with Bus Éireann, your local, fast, friendly and reliable coach service.
In addition to day breaks, Bus Éireann operates quality day tours including admission charges to Newgrange and the Boyne Valley and also to the Powerscourt Gardens and Glendalough.
With the introduction of 88 new vehicles in early 2012, Bus Éireann customers will now be able to use free Wi-Fi, power electronic devices, surf the Web and even secure a child’s safety seat on board many of the new vehicles.
For more information, please visit www.buseireann.ie.
Friday, 1st June, 2012