How to travel to Dublin
Dublin Airport is a busy airport with more than 30 million passengers per year, with connections to all the major European cities and many direct flight to North America and Middle East.
Dublin Airport is located 10 km north from the city centre. There is no rail link to Dublin city centre, and the public transport options to the city are taxis, buses and private transport
Connections Airport – Dublin City Center
Dublin Airport is served by a large network of bus and coach routes, serving Dublin and the rest of Ireland. The local public transportation (Dublin Bus) routes 16, 33A, 41 and 102 serves the city center. The duration of the trip is about 40 mins and the cost is about 3.5 euros. Express services are provided by Aircoach and Airlink. They both offer a number of coach services from the Airport to Dublin city centre and surrounding areas. The price is 8 euro and the duration is 30 minutes.
Taxis are available at taxi ranks located directly outside of Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. The cost to the city centre is about 20 euros.