Getting Here

If you have decided to pay a visit to the island of Ireland, there are plenty of ways to travel!

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Getting Here

Getting Here


Dublin Airport is 12km north of the city centre and is well serviced by express coaches, local buses and taxis. For the most direct route to Dublin City Centre visit here.

Airport to City

There are a number of options for those looking to travel from the airport to the city or vice-versa. Taxis are available outside both Terminal 1 and 2.  There are a number of coach and bus services that can bring you to the city centre, and as well as many areas in and around Dublin. Dublin Bus operates the Airlink Express 747 & 757 which serves both terminal 1 and 2. The Airlink will bring you right into Dublin city centre and also connects with major bus and rail stations.

By Sea

Regular, scheduled ferry services operate between Ireland and the UK bringing both foot passengers and cars and other vehicles to Dublin through two ferry ports, Dublin Port and Dun Laoghaire.

Dublin Port is centrally located, only minutes from Dublin city centre. Dun Laoghaire Harbour is located 7 miles south of Dublin city centre.

Irish Ferries operate great value ferries to Ireland from Britain and France.

Ferry Terminals to City

There are number of options open to those seeking to travel to the city from the Ferry Terminals. From Dublin Port, visitors may get a bus or a taxi. A taxi will cost approximately €10. From Dun Laoghaire Ferry Terminal, visitors may take a taxi, get a bus, or use the DART light rail. Both DART and Dublin bus tickets to the City Centre cost under €3 for a single journey.

If you wish to travel to Dublin City Centre by bus, the No.7 or No.46a bus is recommended. Both leave regularly and take approximately 1 hour to reach the city centre. Alternatively, hop on a northbound DART towards the city centre.

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