Coach Hire Dublin
Coach Hire Dublin
Michael Friel Coaches knows Ireland better than anyone else. We have over 24 years experience and are one of the oldest coach companies in the Ireland. Our experience in coach hire and mini bus hire can be specifically applied to your situation enabling you to achieve an effortless, seamless, professional coach hire experience, unmatched by any other operator. We can provide any amount of coaches, of any size, for almost any occasion, no matter how big or small your requirement. But more importantly, Michael Friel Coaches wants you to have a great experience. So every Michael Friel Coaches bus is driven by an experienced Coach driver, who knows an awful lot about everything Irish, and a fair bit about nothing too, making for an entertaining trip!
Be it a GAA or soccer game, a school trip or a wedding, Michael Friel Coaches is at your service to provide comfortable, reliable coach hire Dublin & throughout Ireland!!!
Our comfortable, modern, air conditioned buses will take you just about anywhere you want to go. Every bus in our fleet is fitted with large panoramic windows and oversized seats so that you can sit back, relax and let us drive while you enjoy the view. All of our buses have onboard entertainment that always promises a barrel of laughs and drama. When you travel by bus you get time to see, feel, touch, smell and taste your way across our beautiful country. We are a very competitive company.
We always do our best to beat or match any other rate, but sometimes that’s not possible. If you are looking for a comfortable modern vehicle, reliable service & professional staff we are the coach hire company for you.
***Be wary of low prices!! Remember quality of service will be remembered long after the price is forgotten***
All of our vehicles are fully sanitized on a daily basis due to the Covid-19 Coronavirus Pandemic. We also provide hand sanitizer at the entry/ exit doors on our vehicles. As per government advise, all passengers are requested to wear face masks while travelling on public transport.
Places to Visit in Dublin
Temple Bar is the place to go for a taste of typical Irish ‘culture’ – you’ll find traditional bars, folk music playing in the streets and pubs, bold graffiti and walking tours. You can’t help but be seduced by the vibrancy of this popular area on the south bank – it’s a definite must on your places to go. Don’t forget your camera to capture the brightly coloured buildings, and stop off along the way for a traditional Irish tipple and hearty pub meal.
If you like whiskey then a tour of Jameson Distillery, Bow St is a must! Stroll through the old distillery and learn about the history of Irish whiskey, from the old copper stills to the distilling process itself. Whiskey-making was once one of Dublin’s main industries, and employed people with a range of skills from coppersmiths, to engineers, saw millers and iron mongers. After the tour (and you’re now a whiskey-making expert!) you’ll be given a free dram at the bar. You can even take it a step further and become a Qualified Irish Whiskey Taster. Don’t mind if we do…
Step back in time and learn about Dublin through the ages at Dublinia, from the initial Viking settlements to the medieval period, and delve into the historic, cultural and social events which shaped the Dublin we know today. This fascinating museum is one of the most popular in the city and will give you a fresh outlook on the city’s history. Immerse yourself in a day-in-the-life of a Viking, or even a slave during the Middle Ages. And learn about how this industrial town grew into the metropolitan city it is today.
Dating back to 1204, Dublin Castle is one of the most historic sites in Dublin. Spanning an impressive 11 acres, you are welcome to walk around the ruins, or step into the museums, State Apartments, Medieval Undercroft, Chapel Royal and Chester Beatty Library. Explore the history of the true centre and power house of Dublin, and even join a guided tour to find out its secrets and scandals…
If you haven’t had enough of the Irish drinking culture in Dublin, make a beeline for the Brazen Head, Dublin’s oldest pub, full of character and whose walls could certainly tell some tales. Prop yourself up at the bar of this 12th century pub, whose customers included James Joyce, Daniel O’Connell and Michael Collins, and enjoy fresh ales on tap and fine Irish dining (traditional and contemporary dishes). You really can’t pass this one up!