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 Lower Glanmire Road (near the Moody Cafe, opposite Leisureplex) which is 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.
You can also purchase your tickets from the driver at your departure point in Dublin City or Dublin Airport, or at our head office or over the phone.
Relax aboard your GoBus service to Cork with reclining seats, air conditioning, onboard toilets, free wifi and phone and laptop charging points with peace-of-mind that our luxury Volvo coaches are renowned for their safety and comfort.
The English Markets
A fifteen-minute walk from St Patrick’s Quay brings you to a vibrant, bustling food market brimming with fresh seafood, colourful fruit and vegetables, hand-made breads, aged cheeses and so much more. From dramatic archways and stained-glass lunette windows to the stunning cast iron central fountain, the building’s striking, mid-19th century architecture and fresh, tasty produce are a must-see.
St Fin Barre’s Cathedral
Just 20 minutes by foot from your GoBus drop-off point is this stunning 19th century French Neo-Gothic cathedral with awe-inspiring features including colourful stained glass, an elaborate organ and 12th century carved stone heads. It was on this site that Cork’s patron saint Fin Barre founded a monastery in the 7th century AD.
Blackrock Castle Observatory
Fota Wildlife Park
Set amidst 100 acres only a short drive from Cork city centre, this wildlife and nature reserve is home to a wide variety of animals from all over the world who roam free in their natural habitats. Get up close with ring tailed lemurs, giraffes, elephants and prairie dogs and learn about the importance of conservation and biodiversity.
This immersive experience welcomes you aboard The Titanic as one of the 123 final passengers to board the vessel on Thursday April 11th 1912 before its onward journey to New York. Experience turn of the century conditions aboard the luxury liner and the precise moment disaster struck through an enthralling cinematographic experience. Explore the exhibit afterwards for details of the rescue mission and the survivors.