Explore Galway city this summer with Bus Éireann’s newly improved Galway city network

Visitors to Ireland and staycationers thinking of exploring the sights of Galway city will be happy to know that Bus Éireann has further improved its popular Galway City Network with more buses every day of the week. 

So if you’re heading to the G Hotel for a cocktail, or visiting Galway for one of the many summer celebrations including - the Galway Arts Festival and Galway Racing Festival this month - our national and local network can take you there.  

Galway is famed for its warm welcoming locals, craic, ceoil, culture and famous nightlife. The buzzing City of Tribes offers lots to see and do with plenty of shopping and dining options, food markets and atmospheric pubs.  For the culture vulture, there is plenty of sightseeing around the city, and lot of events throughout city and county.

Outside of Galway city you are met with panoramic views, stunning scenery and picturesque coasts on the way to Connemara, or Kinvara on the Wild Atlantic Way. Customers can sit back, relax and enjoy the advantage of being driven to beautiful locations without the hassle of driving or parking. Let Bus Éireann take you there!  

With great value fares and money saving deals like 24 hour unlimited travel on our city services for only €4.40, weekly and monthly commuter tickets – along with Taxsaver annual tickets and a 24% cheaper single fare with a Leap Card, there are plenty of options and routes to choose from.

Galway city network

Seven enhanced bus routes: 401 (Salthill- Eyre Square), 402 (Merlin Park – Eyre Square-Seacrest), 403 (Eyre Square-Castlepark), 404 (Newcastle-Eyre Square-Oranmore), 405 (Rahoon – Eyre Square – Ballybane), 407 (Eyre Square – Bothar on Choiste), 409 (Eyre Square – GMIT – Parkmore) serving all parts of the city centre hub from Eyre Square with weekday services from 06.30-23.45, Saturday services from 07.00-12 midnight and Sunday services from 09.00-11.30.

“Galway, situated on the Wild Atlantic Way is the real capital of Ireland when it comes to great food, shopping, nightlife, craic agus cheoil. Why not try out our enhanced bus network to sample all the wonderful delights that Galway city has to offer”, said Brian Connolly, Bus Éireann, Regional Manager, West.

Customers on holidays this summer can avail of Bus Éireann’s great value Open Road Ticket, which costs only €60 and caters for three days unlimited travel out of six consecutive days on our national, regional and local network of services. The Open Road hop-on-hop-off pass is available to purchase at www.buseireann.ie or in our travel centres nationwide.

Wednesday, 13th July, 2016