Dublin is home to some of the most beautiful roads in the world, but one of them has been the subject of a new Fianni Fáili bus schedule that will be available online in a matter of weeks.

The schedule, which is due to be published on Sunday, details the route of all Dublin’s bus routes and their stops.

It includes stops in all three main city bus lines and in all major tourist destinations, such as the city’s Castlebar and Dublin Airport.

The timetable also includes stops along the way, including some in the most scenic spots in the city.

It also includes some of Dublin’s busiest tourist areas, including the Castlebar, Co Galway and the Grand Canal.

“Bus service is one of the pillars of the city and we are very proud of the work that the Department of Transport has done to provide that service,” said Fiannan Fáíl Gannon, Minister for Transport.

“We are also looking forward to the online publication of the timetable, so we can share with everyone how our route is laid out in our city and across the whole of Ireland.” “

A total of 28 routes have been named in the online timetable, including bus routes serving the capital, Dublin City, Wicklow, the Dublin-Waterford area, County Mayo and Co Down. “

We are also looking forward to the online publication of the timetable, so we can share with everyone how our route is laid out in our city and across the whole of Ireland.”

A total of 28 routes have been named in the online timetable, including bus routes serving the capital, Dublin City, Wicklow, the Dublin-Waterford area, County Mayo and Co Down.

There is also a number of routes from Cork, Limerick, Galway, Kerry, Donegal and Tyrone to the Mayo capital city.

A route from Limerick to the south of the island will also be included.

The route includes stops at the main bus station in the centre of the capital city, in Cork, and in the towns of Ballycastle, Co Kildare, Longford, Monaghan and Limerick.

In addition, a route from Co Kilkenny to the north-east of the country will also include stops in the area, including in the town of Bickinmore.

The list of stops includes some in popular tourist destinations such as Castlebar in Co Kilcullen, Dublin Castle, Castlebar Gardens, Dublin Zoo, Cork Zoo, Ballymore Zoo, Kilkirkie Zoo, Kildarragh Zoo, Tully’s Zoo, The Rocks Zoo, Waterford Zoo, Dublin Harbour, Bantry, Dublin Bay, Bessarabia Bay, Kells Bay, The Beach, Castleberry Bay, St. Columba’s Church, Castlewell Bay, Castlehill and Ballymullen.

There are also stops in Wicklow’s most popular tourist area, the Castlebarn, The Rock, Castle Hill, Castlefield, St Columba Street, Broughty Ferry, Bickley Ferry, Castlebrook, Castlecliff, The Pinnacles, Clontarf, Castlehaven, Bewdley, Cottesloe, The Cottages, The Stables, The Gardens, The Ballyboar, Castleford, Bandon and Broughton.

Bus stops are also listed for all of Dublin City’s major tourist areas including Dublin Airport, the City and the suburbs of Dublin.

A separate schedule will also list stops in Co Donegal, Mayo, Limshane, Kerry and Dublin Bay.

In Co Wicklow there are stops in Waterford and Clonmel, as well as in Kilkendore, The North, The Mountains and The Coast.

A total number of 44 routes will be covered in the schedule.

The public can access the schedule online here.

A timetable will be published for the next few weeks.