GoBé Takes the Hassle Out of Getting to the All Ireland Hurling Final Replay in Dublin this Saturday

  • Non-stop service from Cork to Dublin city
  • Travel from Cork to Dublin city direct in just 3 hours
  • Free Wi-Fi & Toilets
  • Operates 9 times daily in each direction every 2 hours

Cork fans travelling to the All Ireland Hurling Final Replay between Cork and Clare in Dublin this Saturday should be aware that GoBé operates 9 times daily in each direction every 2 hours from Cork to Dublin city.

The service takes just 3 hours from Cork city to Dublin city.

GoBé operates 126 times a week between Cork city (Parnell Place Bus Station) and Dublin (Busáras) with no stops in-between.

With early morning services from Cork starting daily at 0230, 0430 and 0630, GoBé provides a great option for people who want to arrive in the capital early in the morning. The last service leaves Dublin city at 0030.

With high comfort coaches equipped with free Wi-Fi, toilets and extra legroom, customers can arrive to their destination relaxed and refreshed.

Online Adult return fares from Cork city to Dublin city cost just €22.

Tickets for the GoBé service can be purchased on-line at www.gobe.ie, on-board the bus or at ticket vending machines located in Busáras, Dublin and Parnell Place Bus Station, Cork.

From Cork, GoBé operates daily at 0230, 0430, 0630, 0830, 1030, 1230, 1430, 1630 and 1830.

From Dublin city, GoBé operates daily at 0830, 1030, 1230, 1430, 1630, 1830, 2030, 2230 and at 0030.

Customers should also be aware of our revised Cork city-Dublin city Dublin Airport X8 Expressway service that operates from city to city in a journey time of 3 hours 45 minutes.

All services will operate to and from Cork via the M8 and there will be no stops between Cashel and Newlands Cross.
The revised X8 operates six times a day in each direction. It serves Cork (Parnell Bus Station), Fermoy, Mitchelstown, Cahir, Cashel, Newlands Cross, Heuston Station, Eden Quay, Busáras and Dublin Airport.

The X8 operates from Cork at 0800, 1000, 1200, 1400, 1600 and 1800.

Services will operate from Busáras at 0800, 1000, 1200, 1400, 1600 and 1800.

Customers travelling from Dublin city centre to Croke can connect with regular Dublin Bus or Irish Rail services close to Busáras. Customers can view the Dublin Bus journey planner here - http://www.dublinbus.ie/Route-Planner/

Thursday, 26th September, 2013