County Dublin Transportation

  • Killiney Station (other side)
    Killiney Station (other side)
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  • Dublin Airport
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  • Train Stations
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County Dublin Transportation

  • To and From Dublin Airport

    Dublin Transportation

    I am really impressed by these folks. They have a ticket counter right in front of the airport and are really friendly. You can buy online before, at this ticket counter or from the driver at any stop. I bought it from the counter when I arrived and had some time before my bus was due to leave. The gentleman at the counter offered to hold my bags...

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  • Dart...

    Howth Transportation

    DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transport) is the train line running along Dublins coastline, from Malahide and Howth southwards as far as Greystones, Co Wicklow. The Dart service connects with Mainline services to other cities in Ireland and even to Belfast in Northern Ireland. From Dublins Tara Street station I caught the train to Sutton (as I wanted to...

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  • DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transit)

    Dublin Transportation

    How many times have I visited Dublin now? Five for sure. Yesterday (31-5-14) was the first time I've used the train. I took the DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transit) train from where I was (Ballsbridge on the south side) out to Killiney - down the coast a bit. I went back to the city the same way. It was all very easy and pleasant. €3.05 each way. I...

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  • Bus....

    Howth Transportation

    This picture is actually in Dublin at the Bus Station just behind the Custom House North of the River Liffey. Bus Eireann is actually a long distance bus service, so you wouldn't take it to get to Howth or Malahide. Instead, you'd get on the Dublin Bus. You're looking for route 31 from Lower Abbey Street in Dublin. To Malahide, look for the 42 bus...

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  • Dublin Bus

    Dublin Transportation

    You can buy a 'family rover' tocket from Dublin bus for just 11.50 Euro. As this covers two adults and 678 children (ok thats bit is a lie). Rather suprisingly it covers the 747 route from the airport to town which is usually 6 euro per adult to start with. It also covers the bus to the port. It can be bought from dublin bus office on o'connell...

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  • Ferry

    Dublin Transportation

    I really enjoyed my ferry crossing from Holyhead to Dublin port. I like to get up on deck and with my binoculars I was able to look out for birds on the journey. Near to Dublin I could see Gannets far out and nearer were a small group of Guillemots on the water. The boat itself was very comfortable. It was the Cruise ferry not the catamaran. So...

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  • Dublin Airport

    Dublin Transportation

    Terminal 2 at Dublin was planned during the period of the Celtic Tiger, when Ireland's economy was the envy of Europe. However, Terminal 2 opened in 2010, in the middle of a severe recession, and there still seems to be a lot of underused capacity here. Which isn't such a bad thing for a passenger. It's also nice for US bound passengers that you...

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  • LUAS..

    Dublin Transportation

    In retrospect, joining the Eurozone currency area may not have been the best thing for the long term health of the Irish economy, but the EU has had many real positive impacts upon the Ireland, not the least of which has been the assistance provided to help the country create a modern mass transit infrastructure that puts the United States to...

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  • Taxi's

    Dublin Transportation

    Just a warning about the taxis in Dublin - although for the most part we were treated to fair fares in the city, one young gent took us on a zigzag tour of Dublin from our hotel to our destination. Then he said he couldn't accept credit cards and waited until I walked to grab cash from an ATM which of course racked up more money on the meter. So...

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  • Train Stations

    Dublin Transportation

    Heuston is Dublin's terminal station for trains to the south and the west. The main building dates from 1846, when it was opened as the headquarted of the Great Southern & Western Railways. The architect was Sancton Wood. It was originally named as the Kingsbridge Station, but the name was changed in 1966 to recognize Sean Heuston, a station...

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  • Car Rental Information

    Dublin Transportation

    I'm a frequent business rental car user and have booked hundreds of times with all of the major companies over the last 8-9 years. I recently booked a car for two weeks at Dublin airport on Travelocity with a guaranteed rate of about 140 Euros (a good rate by the way). I always waive the insurance on rental cars since I have private insurance that...

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  • Walk or stumble...

    Dublin Transportation

    I always choose to walk in any city, gives me the freedom to stop along the way without any set agenda or schedule. Walking allows me to stop at a cafe, bar, shop and just enjoy the city at a leisurely pace. Dublin is an excellent city to walk in. The main attractions are within a minutes walking distance from each and I found that the bus...

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  • Ryan Air

    Dublin Transportation

    On Ryanair there are cheap flights between Dublin and almost any continental European country (direct or via London/Stansted). Flight to Dublin land at Dublin Airport, 6 miles north of downtown Dublin. At the airport, there is a tourist information/hotel booking service, ATMs and banks, car rental counters (but you can rent one cheaper...

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  • General Travel Information

    Dublin Transportation

    2010 we used the Greyline city signtseeing hop on hop off bus tour and found them to be excellent. The have some busses with live commentary whilst others have the earphones. The cost per adult was 16 euro and the ticket was valid for two days.

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  • Dublin City Tour

    Dublin Transportation

    For a general orientation to the city, or as a means of getting from location to location, the City tours are great. Explore Dublin at your own leisure with your 24 HR ticket. See Dublin's top visitor attractions on this great 90 minute tour including: Guinness Storehouse, Phoenix Park, Dublin Zoo, The Irish Whiskey Trail at the Old Jameson...

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  • Aer Lingus

    Dublin Transportation

    On every front Aerlingus is lacking. To start my flight, they wouldn't outright provide me with seats together with my 5 and 7 year old children on an international flight. A flight attendant finally worked it out, but that's a bit late. Then they lost my luggage for two days and were not forth coming with information and very difficult to contact....

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  • Bus Eireann

    Dublin Transportation

    Bus Eireann will take you to just about any place you'd like to get to in Ireland. The website is easy to navigate, the prices are inexpensive, there are more runs during the day and you'll reach your destination in about the same amount of time as if you'd taken the train (which costs more, has fewer runs, may get you to a destination later than...

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  • Driving

    Dublin Transportation

    There are some basic principles that you need to follow in Ireland to ensure a safe and happy trip, the first and most important principle, is that you drive on the wrong side of the road (ignore this principle if you are already driving on the wrong side of the road). Everything is backwards from the way you are used to driving, roundabouts,...

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  • Cycling

    Dublin Transportation

    I was very pleased to see a Bike Sharing Service in Dublin. It's necessary to purchase a 3-day card or a Long-Term Hire card to use the facilities, but it is well worth the cost. A 3-day card is currently about €2 and a Long-Term card is €10. There are 44 rental locations around the city center. The first half an hour of rental is always free and a...

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  • The Nightlink

    Dublin Transportation

    The Nightlink (also fondly known as the Drink-Link or the Fight-Link) is a late-night bus service from Dublin city centre to the suburbs, a much cheaper alternative to getting a taxi at the weekends. Fare is usually €4 for within the greater Dublin area, rising to €6 for commuter towns like Maynooth and Ashbourne. You either buy the ticket from...

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  • Bus Terminal

    Dublin Transportation

    I must confess I know precious little about bus travel in and around Dublin and I am putting this tip up here to assist with a website and contact details for the reader etc. as well as a small piece on the one journey I do know about which is the route from the ferryport to the Busaras (central bus station). The bus that plies this route is the...

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  • British Midlands

    Dublin Transportation

    In 2004 I flew with BMI from London (Heathrow) to Dublin. It was not the cheapest airline to fly from London to Dublin, but it was a very nice airline to fly on. The trip over to Dublin is a very quick one. It felt like we took off, we were in the air for about 30 minutes and then we were coming in to land at Dublin. The service on the flight was...

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  • Ferries and buses

    We took the Irish Ferry to Dublin, and then got on the bus at the Port. Make sure you get on this bus as there are a very limited number of taxis and it's a long walk to the nearest bus stop!

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  • Getting around in Dublin

    Dublin Bus has rambler tickets (1,3,5 day etc) which can save you money if you are going to be jumping on and off buses a lot. They also have a 3 day freedom ticket which also includes tours and the nightlink buses (which may come in handy depending where you are...

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  • Airport Bus

    The private Blue buses are a comfortable and easy way to get from the airport into the heart of the city and beyond. Check if your hotel is on their itinerary and then jump aboard. You can also catch the public 747 bus into the main bus station in the city Busaras. There are also buses that can take you directly from Dublin airport to Belfast,...

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County Dublin Hotels

  • Westbury Hotel

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  • King Sitric

    East Pier, Howth, Ireland

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Solo

  • Island View Hotel

    This hotel is decent, not cheap, not expensive. Not shabby, a luxurious palace. Average, but don't...

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  • Kingston Hotel

    Adelaide Street, Dun Laoghaire, County Dublin, Ireland

    Satisfaction: Average

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 2.5 out of 5 stars

  • The Gibson Hotel

    Point Village, Dublin, Ireland

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • The Pierhouse Hotel

    Harbour Road, Skerries, Ireland

    Satisfaction: Poor

    Good for: Business

  • Carnegie Court Hotel

    North Street, Swords, ie

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Solo

  • Moat Lodge

    Adamstown Road, Lucan, Ireland

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Families

  • Bracken Court Hotel

    Bridge St, Balbriggan, Ireland

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

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