Maples House Hotel

79 - 81 Iona Road, Glasnevin, Dublin, 9, Ireland
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Bus or Coach Services from Dublin Ferry to Airport

by golfprogary

I will be arriving at Dublin Ferry Terminal in about 3 weeks and I wish to go by Bus or Coach to Dublin Airport,although I have looked on the Internet I cannot find anything about this service.
I will be arriving in Dublin at about 5:00am so would be looking to take a Bus or Coach about 5:45am onwards from the Ferry Terminal,I would be pleased to hear from anyone with this infromation and the cost if possible please,as a back up could anyone tell me the cost of a Taxi covering the same journey as I am led to believe they are quite expensive.
In anticipation thank you.

Re: Bus or Coach Services from Dublin Ferry to Airport

by hcosgrave

Dublin Ferry Port by Bus
There is a connecting bus service between the Ferry port and the city centre. The Central Bus Station, Busárus is situated 4 miles from Dublin Ferry port. Tickets can be purchased on-board the vessel prior to arrival in Dublin. Please note that on busy sailings (particularly day trips) it can be difficult to find taxis immediately available from the Ferry port to the City Centre, unless they have been pre-booked.

At Busarus you can then take the direct bus service to Dublin Airport.


Travel Tips for Dublin

O'Connell Street

by Marpessa

O'Connel Street is the main street in Dublin. It is named after Daniel O'Connell (b. 1775 - d 1847), who is known as 'the Liberator' for his work in liberating the Roman Catholics in Ireland. At the end of O'Connell St., near the O'Connell St Bridge, there is a monument to O'Connell.

Today O'Connell St is one of the busiest streets in Dublin. There are numerous shops (including many souvenir shops), restaurants and pubs along this street. Buses are a frequent sight, as is the Luas (which is like a tram, but a very modern one, but the Luas just crosses over O'Connell St, it does not go up it).

I'm not sure however if I like the Millenium Spire, which is situated in the middle of the street. It is a very tall spike, and I can remember my first words when seeing it as "Ouch!!" - it just looked like it could hurt someone (not that I could see anyone being up high enough for them to be pricked by the spike, but it still brought an image of pain). Admittedly the Spire did look nicer at night when it was lit up. But I'm still not really sure if I liked it or not.

go out on Saturdays, doing a...

by Kozzmozz

go out on Saturdays, doing a pub crawl ! Dublin has a real pubdistrict, with restaurants, pubs and some places to meet new people. It is called 'Temple Bar'. Find out yourself ! Walking down the river Liffey on New Years Day 2000, the first day in the new milennium. In the early morning, I was walking all alone, facing the quiet city after a whole night of partying.....Beautiful !

Dublin Tip

by colleenmcc

This was taken at Trinity College, where I stayed in one of the student dorms. It was amazing to walk past buildings from the last centuries every morning. I thought that the thing in this picture was just a ball. But once when I was walking past a tour group, I heard the guide say that it is a harp???

Officially regarded at...

by ainhoaflies

Officially regarded at Dublin's 'cultural centre', the Temple Bar area could just as easily be dubbed 'Ibiza in the Rain'.
The huge congregation of pubs and bars turn this contained district into a party zone practically every night of the year. The area has experienced an extraordinary rebirth in recent years, with groovy bars, restaurants and trendy stores offering a one-stop district for Dublin's young.
Before making yourself too comfortable inside a glass of Guinness, head over to the western perimeter of Temple Bar and stroll down Dublin's oldest fare, Fishamble St. it was originally a Viking enclave, and dwellings from this time were dug up in 1980 - follow the symbols in the pavement to reach a mosaic outlining the results of the excavation.
Another 'old' milestone can be found in Parliament St where Read's Cutlers at No 4 lays claim to being the city's oldest shop, having been in operation for 240 years. Eustace St has a number of historic buildings , including the Presbyterian Meeting House which dates from 1715.
The maze of streets comprising Temple Bar is between Dame St and the river, west of College Green and the Bank of Ireland

You have to cross one of many...

by Nobbe

You have to cross one of many bridges as the river Liffey runs through the city centre, and acts like a border and split Dublin in to North and South. The river rises in the Wicklow mountains near Poulaphuca , south of Dublin. it enters the Irish Sea at Dublin Bay. It is over 120 Km long. The sights along the Liffey include the National Museum, Customs House and Guinness Brewery.


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Address: 79 - 81 Iona Road, Glasnevin, Dublin, 9, Ireland