The Irish city of Dublin will offer a free bus service from the city to Cork to make the journey between the two cities as part of the Euro 2016.
Dublin and Cork are hosting the Euro 2020 football championships and a number of flights are being made between the cities to accommodate fans travelling from both cities.
Dublins main bus company has announced that it will offer free service from its main terminal at St James’s Park, in Dublin, to Cork on Monday night.
The free bus will run every 30 minutes and will leave from the airport in Dublin on Monday afternoon.
The bus will depart from St James Park at 8.30am and return to Dublin at 11.30pm.
The service will be available from 6.30 to 8.00pm on Monday.
It will be free of charge for all customers, including those with valid tickets, the company said.
The company said the service is expected to make it easier for people to get to and from Dublin by reducing the distance travelled on buses between the Dublin city and Cork city.
Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said he was looking forward to the free bus.
He said that for the first time in Dublin we will be able to offer people the choice of a free ride to Cork as part the Euro, as it is a more convenient option than travelling by public transport.
It is also hoped that this service will help ease some of the travel disruption caused by the Euro2016.