Herberton Apartments

Cumberland Road, Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin, Ireland
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earliest bus to dublin airport

by tomasos

ryanair flite is at 06.30. is there any bus or coach at approx 05.00 from city centre to dublin airport

Re: earliest bus to dublin airport

by Waoife

Air Coach is probably your best bet - you can check their timetable at http://www.aircoach.ie/table.routes.dublin.citycentre.php.

If there is a group of 3 or more then it's probably quicker and cheaper to take a taxi.

Also, I'd recommend aiming to be at the airport by 5.30 at the very latest - even after you clear security it's normally another 10 minutes walk minimum to the Ryanair gates and if you're late they'll just leave without you ...!

Re: earliest bus to dublin airport

by leics

If the Ryanair flight is at 6.30 and you have hold luggage then you need to be at the airport earlier than 5.30. Check-in closes 40 minutes before departure, and if you are a couple of minutes ate (or at the gate) you will miss your flight with no refund. Queues for security can be long.

But assuming you are checking no hold baggage...


will give you links for all public transport to the airport. At least some of the Aircoach services run 24/7.

Re: earliest bus to dublin airport

by John_Murphy

If you are driving be careful not all the private car parks are open at that time (The Premier Inn being one of them). http://www.airportparkingsite.ie/ has all the different options

Travel Tips for Dublin

Victorian Doors

by Pieter11

The doors of Dublin are world-famous. The Victorian doors can be found in houses that don’t look that spectacular on their own, but the colourful doors make these houses a treat for the eye. The doors are framed in thick, solid frames that most of the times are white. The doors all have one bright colour: red, yellow, blue, green… And above the doors you will find an arch made of decorative glass.

Doors like these can be found all over the city, but you will definitely see them in Drumcondra Road: the road from the Airport to the city centre. Here you will see them at the left side of the road (when coming from the Airport). I also found a nice collection of these doors in Wine Tavern Street, just behind Christ Church Cathedral.

NOT ignore the smaller pubs! ...

by munchie_cat

NOT ignore the smaller pubs! A lot of the ones I went into were tiny, one was probably the size of my living room! But then people started turning up (in suits, presumably straight from work) with musical instruments and started jamming off the cuff.

So there was I and my 2 sisters, drinking Baileys and listening to (presumably) Irish music... Everyone was sat around tapping their feet and clapping, most of whom seemed to be locals. However...I wasn't quite sober enough to remember the name of the pub, only that it was tiny and upstairs, on the edge of Temple Bar... Anyone got any ideas??

That has to be the single event during that holiday that stands out and that I could remember!

Check out local crafts If you're anything like me, I was in heaven checking out all of the silver jewellery. Amazingly cheap and with some excellent designs. Hmm...until I have properly thought this through, I will say the Barmen :)

In all seriousness...the people are warm and friendly, courteous. For some funny reason, a stranger could apporach me in Dublin and i would be happy to chat, if the same thing happened in Coventry or London, I'd freak and run off!

Dublin's irresistible pub culture

by agarcia

Are Dublin pubs the city main attraction? Probably this is true for an overwhelming majority of Dublin's visitors, and I can be included in that lot ;-) After all, five million visitors a year couldn't be wrong, could they? The fact is that Dublin contains an outstanding and diverse collection of pubs, some of them unforgettable, some of them better to forget. Finding your favorite pub will be an interesting and certainly joyful activity during your visit. Listening a deliciously sad Irish ballad, while tasting a deliciously sour pint of Guinness… I can think in a million things worst than that ;-)

Tourist Information

by Lochlainn

Many people use Dublin as a centre from which to launch themselves on day excursions around the vicinity, and for even more Dublin is simply their first port of call on an Irish holiday. Either way, I would advise the visitor to give priority to visiting the Tourist Information Centre on Suffolk Street (if only to admire the whimsical architecture of the former St Andrews church!). Even though I live here, I have found myself a client of this establishment on many occasions as their assistance in finding accommodation around the country, as well as their help in suggesting places to visit has been of immense assistance, even to this humble son of the soil!

A smaller office exists on O'Connell Street and brochure type info also abounds in hotels and guesthouses around the city. However, for local info there is still no better (or funnier) option than to ask a local themselves. The answers you receive may be a little contradictory (depending on the humour of the advisor, the prevailing weather conditions and whether there is an "r" in the month) but they will at least be entertaining, and Dublin is still a city where the locals are generally all too happy to help their guests - even if they succeed only in confusing them further!

Electricial Current

by IrishFem

220/240 volts is the standard electrical current throughout Ireland. Plugs are 3 pins flat. Adapters are required for 2 pin plugs and can be purchased in the Airport or most major stores in Ireland.


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