Please Note: We are currently running a reduced timetable and booking in advance is necessary to guarantee travel. To comply with Covid-19 physical distancing guidelines, we will now operate at 50% capacity and face coverings are mandatory.

Welcome to GoBus

Hop aboard Ireland’s 2020 Intercity Coach Operator of the Year for a fast, reliable and convenient coach service that keeps you on-the-move in comfort and style. With up to 20 daily return services between Dublin, Dublin Airport, Cork, Galway and Ballina, you can travel for as little as €13 one way!

Our state-of-the-art Volvo fleet is one of the youngest coach fleets on Irish roads today, allowing you to relax with air conditioning, reclining seats, free WIFI, on-board charging facilities for phones and laptops, toilet facilities and CCTV for the ultimate coach experience.

Book online to secure our best value fares!

TRAVEL SAFE

Please follow the below guidelines to keep you & other customers safe while traveling

WIFI Enabled

Irish Company

Toilets Onboard

Onboard Charging

Air Conditioned

May Bank Holiday Weekend

We wish to advise customers that services will operate as follows over the May Bank Holiday Weekend 2021: On Sunday May 2nd our extra "Sunday"...

Information about what to do on entering Ireland from abroad

From the morning of Saturday 16 January 2021, all passengers arriving into Ireland are required to have a negative / ‘not detected’ result from a...

Service Update 08/01/2021

Due to adverse weather conditions due overnight (lowest temperatures of -1 to -7 degrees) the following services have been cancelled for 09th Jan...

Christmas Timetable

Travelling GoBus.ie over the Christmas holidays? Check out our timetable before planning your trip:We look forward to seeing you and for any...

Service Update – Covid-19

Following our Government's announcement last night, all of Ireland will be placed on Level 5 of the Plan for Living with COVID as of midnight on...

Service Update

GoBus.ie is delighted to announce the resumption of all routes from 21st September 2020. We will be operating a reduced timetable with additional...

Best Customer Service Award

GoBus.ie are pleased to announce that we were awarded Best Customer Service at the Galway Chamber Business Awards 2017, in association with Shannon...

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THINGS TO DO IN DUBLIN

Renowned for its rich culture, historic sites and vibrant nightlife, there is always so much to discover in Dublin.

GoBus takes you right to the very heart of the nation’s capital city at our drop-off point on Eden Quay, giving you easy access to Dublin’s most popular attractions on foot or via the luas from the nearby Rosie Hackett Bridge.

THINGS TO DO IN GALWAY

A vibrant and colourful city poised on the edge of the Atlantic, Galway is renowned for its internationally acclaimed festivals, distinctive arts and crafts and fascinating history. GoBus brings you to the centre of Galway at the New Coach Station, making the city’s must-see attractions easily accessible by foot. The New Coach Station is also within easy walking distance of transport connections to attractions further afield such as the Aran Islands, Kylemore Abbey in Connemara and the Cliffs of Moher.

THINGS TO DO IN CORK

Whether you are an avid history buff, passionate foodie, animal lover or curious about the universe around us, Cork has something for everyone.

GoBus brings you to the heart of the city at St Patrick’s Quay, right next to St Patrick’s Bridge and a short stroll to Merchants Quay shopping centre.

You can secure the best value fare to Cork when you use our online booking system, available 24/7.

THINGS TO DO IN BALLINA

Ballina is known as the Salmon Capital of Ireland with the River Moy’s bountiful supply of salmon attracting more than 200,000 visitors annually for angling holidays and the world-famous Ballina Salmon Festival. GoBus delivers you to the centre of town on Humbert Street – just a quick ten-minute walk to the Salmon Weir Pedestrian Bridge where you might catch sight of the region’s spirited salmon leaping from the tumbling waters beneath.