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O'connell Street Upper, Dublin, Ireland
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by lizvella

what is d most realible airport transfer to Skylon Hotel Drumcondra

Re: Drumcondra

by annemariebyrne

All buses on the airport-city centre route pass by the Skylon. The 16A is a regular commuter Dublin Bus, frequent and inexpensive but taking in some local digressions that make the journey time longer than some of the other services. Dublin Bus route 747 and 746 also pass the Skylon on a direct route (some of them are express services so be sure to check with the driver whether they stop at the hotel). Aircoach (blue single-decker coaches) also pass the hotel. They have several different routes so again check that you are getting on the correct route and that they stop at the hotel before you board. I think the current one-way thicket costs €8.
All these services are 'reliable' in that that they are scheduled services but may at times experience delays due to traffic conditions. It should take about twenty minutes to get to the Skylon in normal circumstances.
There are plenty of staff at the bus stops area outside arrivals (left-hand side) to help you to get the correct bus.
Taxis are plentiful and available on the right-hand side when you leave arrivals, cost would be about €20 but I couldn't give you an accurate price as it depends on time of day, luggage, number of passengers, etc.

Travel Tips for Dublin

St. Patrick's Cathedral

by daryll

This is Ireland largest church with acclaimed of the sacred well where Saint Patrick baptised the locals at the early christian era. I was told that the original church was all wooden until 1192 the church is rebuilt again with stone. The cathedral now is no longer a Roman Catholic but Protestant. Something unsual as a Catholic state.

Take a tour with the city bus...

by kecaj

Take a tour with the city bus arroud the absolutely famous place in Dublin. I love the place Dun longhare. I liked to walk there and watch the see. Stena Line is comming there frequently. I liked watching Houth from this site.
Everythere you can use DART .

be open for a bit other...

by paradoxa

be open for a bit other english than usual...friendly people. the only thing i realy was shoked about was that dublin is much more expensive than zurich in switzerland...and in fact the salaries of the people there arent on the same level. dont go to dublin for a shopping tour in fact. the EM in the fitz simons pub (temple bar district) IT WAS GREAT...

The first thing that comes to...

by oneonta_ni

The first thing that comes to mind that you absolutely must do is go to Burdocks for fish and chips. Never mind all the sites - you can't see anything on an empty stomach! Burdocks is located around the corner from Jury's Christchurch and the Christchurch Cathedral. These are the best fish and chips in Ireland. (Little note: I am regretting giving this info because the last time I was at Burdock's the queue was very long and it was nearly all tourists!) So far, my fondest memory is of my husband buying my lovely eternity ring in Lapis Lazuli. :)

Dublin Pass

by IrishFem

The Dublin Pass offers the visitors the best sightseeing , shopping, attractions, restaurants service. A complete all in one package. The pass covers entry to over thirty of the City's top attractions and gives access to over twenty five special offers and preferential rates at selected venues, theatres, retails outlets, restaurants and tours.

With 27 of the capitals top attractions offering you FREE admission with the Dublin Pass the possibilities are endless. Most of the city’s main attractions are within easy walking distance of the city centre. Perhaps you could start by visiting Dublin’s oldest building, Christ Church Cathedral or check out Ireland’s unique national games at the Croke Park Experience and finish off the day with a view over Dublin from the Guinness Storehouse.

The 27 Dublin Pass Attractions represent a select number of Dublin’s finest visitor attractions, capturing the essence of Ireland’s cultural and historic capital city and county. From castles, museums and art galleries to the lively spirit of Temple Bar there is definitely something for everyone with the Dublin Pass.

The following attractions are free to all visitors – National Gallery of Ireland, National Museum of Ireland – Decorative Arts & History, National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology, Irish Museum of Modern Art – all offer the Dublin Pass holder added benefits exclusive to the holder. Please see individual listings for benefits.

Please note that where the visitor attraction is normally free admission you will receive a special offer or added value exclusive to the Dublin Pass holder on presentation of the Pass.


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