About 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 Burgh Quay, giving you easy access to Dublin’s most popular attractions on foot or via the luas from the nearby Rosie Hackett Bridge.

It is easy to secure the best value fares to Dublin with our easy-to-use booking system, available 24/7 online.

You can also purchase your tickets from the driver at your departure point, at our head office or over the phone – and we will never charge a booking fee!

Travel with GoBus to Dublin in style with reclining seats, air conditioning, onboard toilets, free wifi and phone and laptop charging points aboard our luxury Volvo coaches renowned for their safety and comfort.

On arrival, you will feel refreshed and ready to explore all the city has to offer!

The Book of Kells (7 min walk/via luas)

Heralded as Ireland’s greatest national treasure, this hand-scribed and delicately illustrated, medieval religious text dates back to 800AD. Located in the superbly crafted 18th century Old Library at Trinity College, visitors will also marvel at the 65-metre Long Room, home to more than 200,000 of the Library’s oldest books soaring overhead at the upper gallery bookcases towards the distinctive barrel-vaulted ceiling.

Grafton Street (7 min walk/7 mins via luas)

Whether you love shopping, fine food or historic Irish architecture, Grafton Street offers something for everyone. Discover the latest European fashions, Irish antiquities, cosy cafes and distinctive arts and crafts amidst the colourful backdrop of street performers in this lively high street known throughout Europe for its vitality.

Guinness Storehouse (30 min walk/20 mins via luas)

Ever wondered why Guinness is so dark, or how to achieve the ideal pour? Explore seven floors of intriguing exhibits at the Guinness Storehouse to learn all about one of the world’s most iconic brews.

National Museum of Ireland, Archaeology (15 min walk/10mins via luas)

Come face-to-face with Ireland’s Iron Age bog men in the Kingship and Sacrifice exhibit. With their bodies preserved over thousands of years thanks to the distinctive qualities of the peat bog, the story of the bog men is brought to life through this fascinating exhibit.

The Brazen Head (17 min walk/12 mins via luas)

The Brazen Head is Ireland’s oldest pub and dates back to 1198. With a palpable sense of times past heightened by traditional Irish music and folk storytelling, this historic pub and restaurant offers a truly authentic Irish experience.

Dublin Zoo (30 mins via luas)

Situated on 28 acres in Phoenix Park in the heart of Dublin city, Dublin Zoo offers one of the city’s most popular visitor experiences for families. Enjoy immersive animal exhibits including the Orangutan Forest, the Sea Lion Cove, the City Farm, African Plains and the House of Reptiles.

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