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  Cheap bus tickets to Cork

  • Dublin
    2 Nov
    Bus Éireann
    from £13.97
  • Dublin Airport
    22 Feb
    from £15.14
  • London
    20 Nov
    Eurolines UK
    from £20.10
  • Bristol
    21 Oct
    National ExpressNational Express
    from £38.00
61 Bus connections
2 bus stations
5 coach operators
£8.90 cheapest ride

Cork is a city in the south west of Ireland and was amongst the Lonely Planet’s top 10 “Best in Travel” in 2010. In addition, the city was named European Capital of Culture in 2005. Cork’s main landmark is the tower of Shandon at St. Anne’s Church. The city’s diverse architecture, which ranges from medieval buildings such as the Red Abbey over Georgian style to modern edifices such as Cork County Hall. When you’re visiting Cork and want to go on a shopping spree, then the city’s main street – St. Patrick’s Street – is the place to go. Apart from that, you should also make sure to visit the English Market, a large-scale, covered food market, which dates back to the 18th century. For season entertainment a trip to the city’s numerous festivals, such as the Cork Jazz Festival or the Cork Film Festival, is highly recommended.

As the second largest city in Ireland, Cork is neatly integrated into the national coach network with additional bus routes connecting Cork to cities in Northern Ireland, Scotland or England. Coach companies operating inexpensive routes to and from Cork include Aircoach, Bus Éireann and Eurolines UK. Cork - Parnell Place Bus Station serves as the city’s most important coach terminal and is conveniently located close to the city centre and to the bank of the River Lee.

Cork Facts

All intercity coach stations in Cork

Parnell Pl 8, Cork (Ireland)
R854 3-11, Cork (Ireland)

Travel Info: Visit Cork

Public transport in Cork
One-way local bus ticket£1.91
Monthly Pass£73.50
People use bus or tram16.67 %
Use a taxi or car
Short-distance taxi£4.94
Middle-distance taxi£7.70
Long-distance taxi£17.36
Eat & Drink
In a restaurant or café
Inexpensive meal£11.58
3 course menu£26.71
Small cappuccino£2.40
A big draught beer£4.32
Buy from a supermarket, cook yourself
Vegetarian meal£1.84
Meal with meat£2.85
Bottle of water£1.33
Bottle of wine (mid level)£8.90

Bus timetable Cork: Overview of the most popular connections

Here’s an overview of the most popular connections to and from Cork. Simply click on the connection of your choice and you’ll find all the details about your bus route!

Find cities close to Cork and check for travel options
Several cities near Cork are also connected to the national or international bus network. If you want your search to include the surrounding bus stations such as those in Clonmel, Carrigaline or Ballinacurra, simply increase the search radius, and you will find bus and train routes in the area. You will also find bus routes connecting Cork to local public transport systems or intercity bus stations in Midleton, Carrigtwohill, Cahir and many more. Looking for cheap airport transfers? We also show trips to and from nearby airports such as Cork Airport, Kerry Airport. Where timetables are available, we will also consider other options in the local transport network.