Translink is kicking off the summer with some great value bus and train deals to get people to ‘Get Up and Go’ out for the day.
Sam Todd, Local Service Delivery Manager commented, “With schools having broken up for summer, many people are looking for ideas and activities to entertain and educate during the holidays. We have a fantastic range of special fares and discounts for our North Coast passengers to many top attractions making it easy on your pocket while you get to spend some quality time with family and friends. There are so many places of interest you can go to by bus, coach or train for a fun day out. To be inspired we would encourage people to visit our website or download our journey planner app to make it easy to plan your day out.”
Translink has teamed up with some visitor attractions throughout the North Coast to provide special offers and discounts for bus and rail passengers throughout July and August.
· Giant’s Causeway Visitor Experience – Walk in the footsteps of mighty giant Finn McCool at the Giant’s Causeway for less when you travel with Translink. The Green Travel discount entitles £1.50 off adult admission, £1 off child admission and £3 off a family ticket upon presentation of a valid Translink ticket.
·Portrush – Why not explore the seaside town of Portrush and enjoy a fun filled day out on one of the beautiful award winning Blue Flag beaches. Simply hop on a train to Portrush; West Strand is right beside the railway station while East Strand is a simple ten minute walk away.
·Dunluce Castle - Enjoy 2 for 1 entry at Dunluce Castle with a valid Translink ticket and walk among the ruins that are hailed as the inspiration for Cair Paravel in C.S. Lewis’ Chronicles of Narnia and marvel at the breath-taking castle’s medieval ruins.
· The Old Bushmills Distillery – Visit Ireland’s oldest working distillery in County Antrim and take a guided tour of Ireland’s only “grain to glass” distillery to discover some of the trade secrets learned over 400 years of distilling. Take the Causeway rambler Service 402 to Dunluce Castle and continue on to the Bushmills Distillery.