Transportation to and from Dublin Airport
What is de distance from Dublin Airport to the centre of Dublin?
The distance between Dublin Airport and the city centre is 12 kilometres / 7.5 miles, it takes 20 minutes by car. Please take into account a journey takes longer during peak hours.
From DUB Airport to Dublin City centre by Taxi
Bus to Dublin
If you don’t have much luggage it is possible to travel with bus line 16 (airport bus stop 7347) or bus line 41 (airport bus stop 7348), both operated by Dublin Bus. These buses are a cheap alternative to the express bus services and almost as fast. The buses depart regularly from the airport and out of the city, on average every 15 minutes. The final stop of bus line 16 is Ballinteer (Kingston), the stop in the city centre (O’Connell Street) can be reached in approximately 45 minutes. Bus line 41 runs to Abbey Street Lower in the centre of the city, the journey time is 45 minutes. Tickets cost € 3.30 per person and are available from the bus driver. You can only pay with cash, preferably the exact amount. The bus ride is more economical (€ 2.50) if you are in possession of a reusable plastic Leap Card. Please consult website and timetable bus line 16 and bus line 41 for more information.
Well prepared ⇒ buy skip-the-line tickets for one of the most popular attractions in Dublin: Guinness Storehouse, including Guinness Pint with view in the Gravity Bar:)
Dublin Express to Dublin – BUY TICKETS
There are two express bus providers between the airport and the city centre, namely Dublin Express and Aircoach. Dublin Express (Route 782) is the cheapest and fastest of the two and therefore the most popular with tourists. Buses depart every 30 minutes from Terminal 1 via Terminal 2 and the Dublin Port Tunnel to the city centre. In the centre of Dublin you can get off at 10 different city stops, depending on which the journey time is 25 to 45 minutes. For example, you can get off at the stops Aston Quay (O’Connell Bridge and Trinity College) and Wellington Quay (Temple Bar and Dublin Castle), the journey time from the airport to these stops is 30 minutes from Terminal 1 and 25 minutes from Terminal 2. Tickets can be bought online and at the airport, the prices are listed below. There is sufficient space for luggage on board the bus, you can also use free WiFi. Heuston Rail Station, the largest railway station in Dublin, is one of the Dublin Express bus stops. The train station offers good rail links to Waterford, Cork, Limerick, Galway and other places in Ireland. Please consult website and timetable Dublin Express for more information.
|Adults||€ 6||€ 8|
|Children, 3 up to 15 years||€ 2.50||€ 3.50|
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Fast-Track Access Book of Kells and Dublin Castle Tour
Enter the Old Library at Trinity College Dublin to see the illuminated manuscript of the Book of Kells. Learn about its dense symbolism and rich ornamentation. Then, explore the grounds and gardens of Dublin Castle, former seat of British rule in Ireland.
Irish Whiskey Museum: Whiskey Blending Experience
Learn about Irish whiskey blending at a 75-minute experience at Dublin's Irish Whiskey Museum. Take a fully guided tour of the museum, then relax with 4 types of Irish whiskey while a master blender talks you through the rich heritage, tones and palate.
Tours and transport
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