Put a Cork in it - for less
Eurolines has reduced its fares to Ireland allowing people to get away to the Emerald Isle for less.
The low-cost coach company has lowered its fares on routes to Dublin and Cork by up to 10 per cent.
People can now take advantage of affordable coach travel to get to Dublin from London, Manchester, Birmingham and Leeds for just £44 one-way or £64 return.
Daily departures from London to Cork now cost £51 one-way or £74 return.
Travelling by coach to Ireland is an ever-popular choice for both the UK's Irish community and holidaymakers looking to get away for less.
Benefits of choosing the coach include a quick and hassle-free check-in which helps people avoid the misery of airport queues, and a city centre drop-off which eliminates the need for expensive transfers.
Unlike many airlines, customers are also permitted two medium suitcases (up to a total of 30kg) totally free of charge.
Eurolines provide daily services to over 40 destinations in Ireland including Dublin, Cork, Belfast and Limerick, and offer the opportunity to connect to over 160 towns and cities.
Services operate from most major cities in Britain including Birmingham, Bradford, Bristol, Cardiff, Leeds, London and Manchester, with coaches arriving at city centre locations.