Avoid Travel Tax and Baggage Charges with New Eurolines Service from Dublin to London
Due to customer demand that has seen a significant increase in passengers using Eurolines services to the UK and the continent, Eurolines from Bus Éireann has today (July 15th 2010) introduced an early morning service from Dublin to London via Birmingham.
Using Eurolines services takes the uncertainty out of travelling to the UK and Europe. And with return fares starting from €50, no travel tax and no charges for 2 medium cases it is a great value way to travel this summer.
The 861 service, which is operated in conjunction with Irish Ferries and National Express, operates daily from Busaras at 6.45am from today until September 5th 2010. The service will operate daily from Victoria Coach Station in London at 6.30am from July 16th 2010 until September 6th 2010.
Bus Éireann also operates a daily Eurolines service from Dublin to London at 7.30pm and a daily service from Dublin to Liverpool/Manchester/Leeds at 8.15pm.
There is also a Eurolines service from Tralee/Limerick/Cork/Waterford to London that departs Rosslare at 8.20pm. This operates daily during the summer and peak periods, and four days a week during all other times.
For the evening departure services, Eurolines fares from locations outside of Dublin include travel on Bus Éireann connecting services across its nationwide network.
Eurolines services from Ireland can be used to connect with Eurolines services across Europe.
Customers are advised to purchase their ticket online at https://184.108.40.206/EurolinesPublic/EurolinesPublicWebApp/EuroPublicTravelDetails.aspx.
Thursday, 15th July, 2010