Dublin International Airport (DUB) is an international airport serving Dublin, the capital city of Ireland. It is approximately 6 miles / 12 kilometres north of Dublin city centre. The way to travel to/from Dublin city centre is by car, taxi or bus.
- Taxis to the city form the Dublin Airport would cost around €25. There is a taxi rank outside Arrivals.
- Free Now is recommended taxi app: https://free-now.com/ie/
There are buses (numbers 700 and 747) running from Dublin Airport to Dublin city centre, with €14 for a return trip within a month. You can buy the bus tickets at booth at the bus stop.
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- Airlink Express 747 & 757
- Dublin Bus Network
- Go-Ahead Dublin public buses
- Luas (Dublin tram network)
- DART and Commuter trains (in Dublin area only)
For your journey to The Convention Centre Dublin, the Airlink airport shuttle bus stops directly outside the building.
Frequent ferry services to the UK and mainland Europe for both passengers and freight are within easy reach of The Convention Centre Dublin. Dublin Port is just minutes away, while Rosslare Harbour, with regular ferry services to Wales, France and Spain, is located just 2 hour’s drive from The CCD.
By Train & Bus
There are National Train and Bus service running between various Irish cities and Dublin.
LiveDrive on 103.2 Dublin City FM also gives live traffic updates during peak drive time, weekday mornings from 07.00 to 10.00, and weekday evenings from 16.00 to 19.00.