How to get to Dublin:
Dublin Airport is an international airport serving the capital city of Ireland. The airport is located 10 km north of Dublin. Dublin Castle, the conference venue is approximately a 28-minute drive from Dublin Airport. The Airport is serviced by many different public transport options.
How to get from the Airport to Dublin City
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The Airlink is an express service (fewer stops) that goes from the airport to Dublin’s main bus station Busaras, then to O’Connell Street in the city centre and finally to Heuston, one of Dublin’s main train stations. 747 buses are frequent, departing every 15 or 20 minutes, from 5am to 11.30pm (11.20pm Sundays).
Taxis are also available outside each terminal and will cost approximately €25-30 to Dublin City Centre.
Getting around Dublin
Getting around Dublin is quick and easy. Dublin is served by an extensive public transport network including Intercity trains, The DART- a modern, efficient suburban railway system linking all points along the Dublin Bay coastline with the city centre, the Dublin Bus Service and the LUAS- a light rail network. The city boasts a large fleet of over 10,000 taxis with drivers who are famed for their friendly chat!
How To Find Dublin Castle
Dublin Castle is located in the very heart of Dublin, on Dame Street. It is within easy walking distance of many top tourist attractions and shopping districts.
Buses stopping on nearby Dame Street: 13, 27, 40, 49, 54A, 56A, 77A, 123, 150, 151, 747.
Buses stopping on nearby George’s Street: 9, 14, 15, 15A, 15B, 16, 65, 68, 83, 122, 140.
The closest Luas stops are Trinity on the Green Line and Jervis on the Red Line. Both are within 10 minutes’ walk from Dublin Castle, the Conference venue.
Please note that there is no visitor parking available on site. The nearest public car parks are Q-Park Christchurch car park and Park Rite Drury Street.
There are many easy ways to order a taxi in Ireland. You can book a taxi via FreeNow or Lynk which can be downloaded on the App Store or Play Store. You can also get your hotel reception to order a taxi on your behalf. You will never be short of taxis in Dublin City as there are multiple ranks which are easily accessed.