Info about getting from the airport, public transportation and more.
Getting From the Airport
Two bus services connect the airport to the city centre: Airlink Express (single ticket: €6) and Aircoach (single ticket: €7). Taxis are metered, and fares vary by the destination, number of passengers and time of day. The journey to the city centre should set you back €25 to €30.
One ticket on Dublin’s Luas light rail system costs €2.10 to €3.30, depending on the length of the journey. Riders can save by buying a reloadable Leap Card (€5), which offers cheaper fares than cash-bought tickets. The Leap Visitor Card (€10 for one day, €19.50 for three days) provides unlimited access to all Luas, Dublin Bus, DART and Commuter Rail routes, as well as Airlink Express bus services.
Taxis can be hailed off the street, found at ranks throughout Dublin city centre, or booked via the MyTaxi app. Private-hire vehicles are illegal, so Uber will only connect you to licensed metered taxis.
DublinBikes has more than 100 bike stations dotted around the city centre. Purchase a three-day subscription for €5, and the first 30 minutes of every ride is free (additional charges apply after that).