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Travel from Dublin Airport to Limerick, or from Limerick to Dublin Airport, with Expressway via Nenagh, Roscrea, and Portlaoise. Our luxury coaches, with free 4G WiFi, charging points, and reclining leather seats will get you to and from Dublin Airport conveniently and in comfort. Online booking is advised as seats are limited on airport routes. Journey time from Dublin Airport to Limerick is approximately three hours and 25 minutes.
Expressway Route X12 from Limerick arrives directly into Dublin Airport, convenient for passengers at both terminals. From Dublin, the X12 arrives into Limerick Bus Station in Limerick City. The bus station is located close to bars, hotels, shopping, and restaurants, with onward travel connections to the rest of Ireland.
P = Pick-up stop only.
D = Drop-off stop only.
SaX = Does not operate on Saturdays.
SSuX = Operates Monday to Friday only - does not operate on Public Holidays.
SuO = Operates Sundays & Public Holidays only.
No services on Christmas Day. Enquire about St.Stephen's Day services.
Normal service will operate on other Public Holidays. We advice passengers travelling to Dublin Airport to allow ample time for check-in.
Limerick has something for tourists on every budget. Situated on the picturesque River Shannon, the city has a rich history, a variety of ever-changing street art, and is the heartland of Munster Rugby.
Take a castle tour, or enjoy the Medieval Experience: a range of new technologies and specialist multimedia techniques let you reach out and touch the past. Costumed guides provide a living interpretation of castle life and reveal the hidden secrets and scandals of centuries past.
Located just across the county line in Clare, a very short distance from Limerick, experience a reconstruction of life in 19th century Ireland at the iconic Bunratty Castle and Folk Park. The castle is the most complete and authentic in Ireland, and the grounds include a Viking playground and children’s fairy village.
A must-see for both tourists and locals, the Hunt Museum is home to one of Ireland’s most impressive private collections of art and antiquities. The collection is housed in an elegant, 18th century Palladian-style building, The Custom House, and includes works by Renoir, Picasso, and Yeats.
The home of Munster Rugby with an interactive museum experience that showcases the team’s proud heritage and history and includes an impressive range of memorabilia. The stadium is a popular venue and hosts weddings, corporate events, and conferences, as well as rugby and soccer games.
St. Mary’s Cathedral is a functioning Anglican church as well as a tourist destination, with daily religious services that are open to all. The building itself has a fascinating history, with architectural features from across the centuries since its founding in 1168 A.D.
Located on Mungret Street, Limerick’s Milk Market is one of the oldest markets in Ireland. In spite of its name, the market sells a wide variety of local produce and is home to artisan cafés and unique restaurants. It regularly hosts music and entertainment, and is a great place to while away an afternoon.
This majestic structure overlooks the River Maigue and boasts impressive views. Castle tours are facilitated by Adare Heritage centre which is home to shopping, dining, and historical discovery in what local residents call ‘Ireland’s prettiest village’. Nearby is the famous Adare Manor hotel and golf course.
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