Dublin Transportation

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  • 1. To and From Dublin Airport

    There are several options, probably the cheapest is by Aircoach to O'Connell Street or Grafton Street, € 7 when buying at the counter at the bus departure (or online € 6); there are ale buses to Cork...

  • 2. DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transit)

    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...

  • 3. Dublin Bus

    I normally do not use the bus service in any city, especially a walkable city like Dublin, but we were going to meet up with some friends for dinner and we were running a bit late after doing some...

  • 4. Ferry

    If you are in no particular hurry, or want to take your car, Dublin is served by six ferry companies with up to sixteen sailings a day from Holyhead, Liverpool and Douglas. The city also has two ports...

  • 5. Car Rental Information

    I rented a car from Europcar Dublin for 5 days in July (pick-up at Dublin airport, drop-off in Dublin city). When I picked up the car at the airport counter, I was asked to sign the rental agreement,...

  • 6. LUAS..

    LUAS (Irish for speed) is the name of the tram system that operates in Dublin and seems like an excellent way to get around the Dublin. I only rode on the tram once which took me to the station that...

  • 7. Dublin Airport

    Ryan Air has several flights a day leaving from Gatwick, Stanstead or Luton to Dublin each day of the week and depending how far you book in advance you can sometimes pick up a ticket for 15 pounds....

  • 8. Train Stations

    I only took the DART (Dublin Area rapid transport system) once and that was from Connolly Street station, but i found the train very clean, comfortable and plenty of empty seats (on the route to...

  • 9. Dublin City Tour

    The Dublin City Sightseeing hop on hop off open top bus is I believe the best sightseeing tour in Dublin. Great local staff to show you around - we had such a laugh on the bus. The driver should be on...

  • 10. Ryan Air

    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...

  • 11. Taxi's

    Not exactly a taxi but what is known as an ecocab can be seen on the streets of Dublin. They are fairly new featuring aerodynamic, 3 wheel bikes that are manufactured from recycled materials that have...

  • 12. Aer Lingus

    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...

  • 13. Bus Eireann

    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...

  • 14. Walk or stumble...

    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...

  • 15. General Travel Information

    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...

  • 16. Bus Terminal

    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...

  • 17. Driving

    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...

  • 18. Cycling

    There is about 200 kms of cycling tracks, paths and bus lanes that cyclists can use, and several place in Dublin where you can rent a bicycle if you don't have your own, as well as the Coca Cola...

  • 19. The Nightlink

    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....

  • 20. British Midlands

    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...

  • 21. Tourist Office

    At the Dublin Tourist Information Centre, I purchased a 1-day Dublin Rambler bus ticket for 6 Euros. On the website, it is advertised as a way to travel hassle-free through the city. It does not...


    Paddywagon tours operate out of the hostel Paddy's Palace and i went on one tour with them to Kilkenny and Glendalough. The bus was comfortable and the driver...


    Besides the train, bus, tram and taxi there are 3 wheeled bicycles that can take you home from Temple Bar when you have had too much to drink. I woke up early...

  • 24. To Dublin from Clifden (in Connemara)

    On Internet I had seen that there were a few buses daily from Clifden to Dublin and I decided to take the 9:15 bus. The bus stop in Clifden is on Market Street,...

  • 25. air travel

    On my April 11 trip I arrived on Ryanair and left on Aer Lingus (long story), so I can compare!Ryanair was only 50% full, so boarding was easy and getting seats...

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  • May 26, 2015 at 6:48 AM

    I travelled to Dublin (from London) for a business trip recently. I figured it'd be easier if I had an airport chauffeur service there to collect me - which turned out to be the right decision, it made life so much easier. I'd really recommend choosing LFLCS. I'll leave the link here if anyone wants to know about it :) http://www.lflcs.com/airport-transfers/