Ireland is a wonderful country to visit because its green landscapes are well known around the world. If you do an internship in this country, you can’t forget to visit the biggest cities which are: Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Killarney, Galway, Waterford and Kilkenny. We will show you the cheapest way to go from Cork to Dublin and from Dublin to Cork!
Map of the biggest cities in Ireland
Map of the transport connection in Ireland
Saint Patrick’s Day is coming and a lot of people want to go to Dublin to have some fun “green” days there. In this post, we want to show you the cheapest way to go to Dublin and enjoy this wonderful capital city.
There are several ways to travel to Ireland. The first way is to rent a car but it’s not a good idea if it’s going to be the first time that you will drive on the left side. Here you have some tips
if you want to drive on the left side but the most important is: “Think left”. This is so important that there are some car companies put a sticker on the dashboard that says, “Left alive. Dead right.”
Trains can be an option. The journey takes 2.5 hours but the tickets are much more expensive than by bus. If you book in advance or during a promotion, the price for each way can be about €19.99 so that’s mean that go and return will be €40. If you prefer to go by train instead of catching a bus, this is the website to buy the tickets.
The cheapest and easiest way to go to Dublin and other cities is by bus. There are three companies: Bus Eireann
One of the cheapest ways to go from Cork to Dublin and from Dublin to Cork is:
is the most famous company in Ireland. The prices are €24.23 for adults and €21.85 for students. You have buses from 08.00 until 18.00 in both ways.
works from 08.30 until 18.30 and it’s a bit cheaper. The adult ticket costs €22 and the student ticket only €20.
Finally, the cheapest company to go to Dublin is Aircoach
which works from 01.00 until 23.59 and although they don’t offer a student discount, the adult price is only €20 for both ways.
The best way to go to Dublin is by using public transport and booking the bus tickets before especially if you want to visit the capital on Saint Patrick’s Day. Don’t think any more about coming to Ireland to do the best internship in your professional life and explore the wonderful Emerald Isle. Check out our internship packages in Dublin
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