Travel to Spectacular Dublin City

With frequent services, excellent connectivity & affordable prices our coaches will take you right to the heart of Dublin city.

Dublin rightly prides itself on being a warm and welcoming modern European City. Some of Ireland’s most visited attractions are located in this capital city of Ireland. It is mostly famous for ancient castles, buildings bordered by jade-green parks, cosy pubs with crackling fires and toe-tapping traditional music sessions.

So to help you out for an experience of a lifetime, we have created a small guide to explore this beautiful city.


Book your Dublin City tickets with JJ Kavanagh & Sons, Ireland’s largest private and one of the most trusted Coach Operator.

  • When to travel to Dublin City
  • Dublin weather is best described as ‘changeable’ – in fact, it’s not unusual to experience four seasons in one day. Not even rain can dampen the spirits of the thousands of who take the bus to Dublin City for the St Patrick’s Day Festival each March. 

    In Winter, Dublin City is surely not to be missed. Named as “the friendliest city of Europe” three times by TripAdvisor, Dublin has magical things to do in the cold weather of the year. Get in the festive mood with Dublin Flea Christmas Market or magical Wild lights at Dublin Zoo or soak yourself with Irish music at many Irish pubs. Dublin has something to offer to everyone.

    Throughout Spring there are plenty of other excuses to visit too, with the 6 Nations Championships filling the city with European rugby supporters on most weekends.

    In Autumn the city is at its most instagrammable, with parks and public spaces transformed into leafy wonderlands of red, amber and gold.

    During summer there’s no better place to sink a pint than in a sunny beer garden or roof terrace at one of the city’s stylish hotels.

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  • Get Cheap Bus Tickets to Dublin City.
  • Whether you are travelling alone, with a special friend/family or in a large group, there is a saving on tickets for everyone.

    • Save 20% if you are travelling in a group of 10 or more.
    • Get 10% discount if you are travelling solo or with a friend.

    You can book your tickets here.

  • From Dublin Airport to Dublin City
  • If you are traveling to Dublin Airport, get a JJ Kavanagh & Sons bus to Dublin City from the airport. It is probably the cheapest option even if you are with a lot of luggage. Add comfort to your journey with one of our coaches that will take you right to the heart of Dublin City. Book online & save on your tickets (save more on group bookings).

  • Top Attractions & Things to do in Dublin City
  • As the capital of Ireland, Dublin has a huge amount of things to do, no matter if you’re a solo traveller or large group.

    Some of the must-see attractions in Dublin City are listed below.

    Trinity College

    Trinity College whose main draw for visitors is the glorious Book of Kells. It is also the Top ranked university in Ireland located in a beautiful campus in the heart of Dublin City Centre.

    Grafton Street/National Gallery

    From here to the city’s main shopping street, Grafton Street, to find the compelling displays of the National Gallery and the National Museum.

    Wax Museum

    Located close by on the west side of Trinity College, Wax museum is the city’s favourite family spot which is overlooked sternly by Dublin Castle.

    Croke Park Skyline Tour

    Adventurous will find new heights by taking with a spectacular 360 degree view at the top that has to be seen to believe. All the best bits of Dublin are visible from this one spot! Croke Park is Ireland’s National Sport’s stadium, featuring its wonderful Museum Tour, showcasing the very best of Ireland’s Gaelic Games.

    Teelings Whiskey distillery

    A hidden gem; from the local artist exhibition space to the tour of the distillery and premium whiskey tasting. You should experience the Spirit of Dublin for yourself.

    Guinness Storehouse

    While in Dublin, a visit to the magical home of Guinness is a must. On the trip you’ll discover what goes into the making the Black Stuff – the ingredients, the process and the passion.

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  • Discounts!!!
  • We’ve teamed up with some amazing companies in Dublin to make your journeys more memorable and unique.

    Partner CompanyDiscount Details
    Guinness Storehouse€1 off before 11.30am
    Jeanie JohnstonSave 15% off Admission Fee
    Croke Park Stadium TourSave 10% off Admission Fee
    Croke Park Skyline TourSave 10% off Admission Fee
    Croke Park GAA MuseumSave 10% off Admission Fee
    Kildare VillageSave 10% off Shopping
    Teelings Whiskey Tour20% off Admission Fee
    Supermacs€3.90 saving on a combined medium meal for two

    How it works:

    Produce your JJ Kavanagh & Sons bus ticket at any of our partner brands in Dublin and save up to €30 and more when you shop or visit!