LEINSTER STAR LINES OUT FOR BUS Ã‰IREANN EUROLINES AND IRISH FERRIES
Fresh from leading the province to a European and domestic double in the space of just one week, Leinster rugby captain and Irish international Leo Cullen lined out for Bus Éireann’s Eurolines to announce their continued collaboration with Irish Ferries in providing daily coach services from Dublin to London and Leeds.
With extra departures to cater for Summer volumes, Eurolines and Irish Ferries now operate three coach departures daily from Dublin (Busáras) to Holyhead and onwards to Leeds via Liverpool and Manchester and to London via Birmingham and Milton Keynes. A daily Cork- Cardiff-London Eurolines service also operates on Irish Ferries’ Rosslare to Pembroke route. Connecting services are available from all over Ireland using Bus Éireann’s Expressway and local bus network.
Commenting, Bus Éireann Eurolines Manager, Rory Leahy said ‘our increased frequency reflects, in part, the growing popularity of coach travel. Serviced by the fleet of luxurious modern coaches, each one kitted out with reclining seats and other comforts, passengers are responding in growing numbers to our low fares to London from EUR38 single, the faster journey times and step-on/step-off hassle-free convenience, our generous two-suitcase no charge luggage allowance and the complete absence of any booking fee, travel tax or hidden extras.’
Tuesday, 4th June, 2013