Busaras is a dirty and dismal place. As Ireland's capital city you would expect Dublins main transport hub to be a bright welcoming place.
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Awful experience. I was in a queue for the 5.15 Cavan bus on Saturday evening with lots of older people including my 80 year old mother. All information boards showed that the bus had departed at 5.20 even though there must have been 50 people...More
Although it's improved a lot in recent years Busaras is still a pretty grim place to be. My God though the toilets in the basement are horrendous. It's just not an especially comfortable bus station. There's nowhere near enough seats, there is no nice cafe...More
Busaras is located in the center of Dublin City making it a hotspot for travel throughout the country. This is a relatively small bus station but it offers everything needed for domestic travel.
Used the toilets in the station yesterday before travelling to Belfast and was horrified to find all of them were filthy, doors broken, no toilet paper, tissues soaked in BLOOD and everything else in the toilet bowls. Absolutely disgraceful situation and a severe health hazard...More
One star is a star too many! Disgraceful - only here to wait for bus. Broken chairs, damaged chairs - accident waiting to happen. Only one entrance door works. Toilets stinked. Expensive poor quality coffee. I know bus eireann have no money to invest but...More
I can't complain about bus service But omg the toilets what in under god?! They are vile! I half expected to find drug paraphernalia 😳 there like toilets in a dilapidated building. There is sure health and safety risks here not to mention hygiene! So...More
I have been in many 3rd world countries and yet never in my life have I ever came across worse toilet facilities. The smell and dirt of the place is shocking, the holes in the doors, the broken locks, broken toilets, lack of toilet roll...More