Transfer to/from - Dublin airport (DUB)


Public transportation services, licensed taxis and rideshare, private transfer companies and car rental services in Dublin airport (DUB)




You can request an Uber vehicle once you arrive at the airport. To find your driver, follow the directions directly from the app, as pick-up points often change without notice. Prices to the city centre are around EUR 34.00-38.00.


There are numerous daily services from the site to various destinations in and around Dublin and cities throughout the country. Travel time to the city centre is approximately 30 minutes.


Taxi ranks are located directly outside the terminal exits and an attendant is available. The journey to Dublin city centre costs EUR 25.00-30.00 and takes 25-45 minutes, depending on traffic. Fares are higher between 8:00 pm and 8:00 am.

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Public Buses

Dublin Express (Tel +353 1903 9508 - Fare: EUR 8.00):
782 - Goes to George's Quay, Aston Quay, Wellington Quay, Merchant's Quay, Usher's Quay, Heuston, Arran Quay, Ormond Quay Upper, Eden Quay and Custom House Quay from 3:05 am to 0:35 am, with a journey time of 14 minutes.
784 - To North Wall Quay, Eden Quay, Trinity College, Pearse, Merrion Square and Harcourt Luas from 5:20 am to 10:50 pm.
785 - To Burgh Quay and Westland Row, in Dublin, and Glengall Street, in Belfast, from 3:45 am to 0:50 am.

Dublin Bus (Tel +353 1873 4222 - Fares from EUR 2.15):
16 - To Ballinteer (1 hour and 20 min.), via Santry, Drumcondra train station, Harold's Cross, Terenure. Departs from 6:00 am to 11:30 pm.
41 - Connecting Swords Manor to Lower Abbey via the airport and Swords Village, Omni shopping centre and Drumcondra train station.

Aircoach (Tel +353 1844 7118):
700 - Drumcondra, Dublin city centre (EUR 7.00), Donnybrook, Stillorgan, Leopardstown.
702 - Grand Canal, Ballsbridge, Booterstown, Galloping Green, Bray, Greenstones.
703 - Ballsbridge, Booterstown, Monkstown, Dalkey, Killiney.

Go-Ahead Ireland (Tel +353 818 804 071) - Fares from EUR 1.70-2.60:
102 - Swords, Feltrim Business Park, Cricket Club, Blackberry Lane, Sutton.
33A - Colaiste Choilm, Fingal, Skerries, Mourne View, Peter & Paul Church.

Airport Hopper (Tel +353 1902 6775): Services to Liffey Valley, Lucan, Leixlip and Maynooth (EUR 18.00).

Dublin Coach (Tel +353 1902 6775): Line 750 travels to Dundrum Luas from 5:15 am to 10:15 pm (EUR 12.00).

Bus Éireann's/Expressway (Tel +353 1836 6111) - Daily buses to various locations around the country, direct from the airport or Busáras station.

Citylink (Tel +353 9156 4164) - Daily direct services to Dublin, Galway (EUR 24.00) and Limerick (EUR 28.00).

GoBus (Tel +353 9156 4600) - Connects the airport to Galway and Cork (EUR 22.00).

Translink (Tel +44 289 066 6630) - From the airport to Belfast, Derry-Londonderry and Newry.

Wexford Bus (Tel +353 539 142 742) - Connects Dublin airport to Kilmacanogue, Rathnew, Wicklow Town, Arklow, Gorey, Camolin, Ferns, Enniscorthy, Oylgate and Wexford.

JJ Kavanagh (Tel +353 818 333 222) - To Dublin, Athy, Kilkenny, Clonmel, Portlaoise, Limerick, Carlow and Waterford.

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Latest updates: May 21, 2024

Transportation Tips to/from the airport

Although there are issues that seem more than obvious, it is always advisable to take them into account when moving to or from the airport, and especially if we go by public transport.
 1- To the airport - It is convenient to leave with a little more anticipation than what is commonly suggested. If you choose a taxi or a private car service, always take into account peak traffic times, demonstrations, strikes or events that may delay the journey to the airport from where you are. It is always good to be informed about what is happening.
If you contract a shared transfer service, have a contact telephone number handy in case of any delay by the company. In these cases they usually already have a scheduled collection time.
If you use public transport (collective, train) take into account the schedules (weekends and holidays tend to have less frequency), if you have to change and also how to board (if you need a card or paying the driver or motorist at the moment ). These are details that seem obvious, but it is advisable to know so as not to have surprises and suffer a delay that could cause complications.
If you rent a car to get to the airport, check where to leave the vehicle. At some airports, there is an exclusive parking lot for rental cars.
 2 -From the airport- Here it is a little less stressful since you don't have the pressure of missing your flight. In the worst case, you will arrive later at the place where you are going to stay or at the meeting point where you are trying to arrive.
Once you leave the plane, look for your suitcase and finish with the arrival procedures that are required. Then, follow the directions for public transportation or ask the airport staff.
It is very useful to find out in advance the schedules of the buses or trains in case you arrive late at night. Not all work 24 hours. The same goes for taxis. In case of using an Uber-type service, have the mobile application handy to contact the driver.
On the other hand, if you booked a private transport service, it is likely that they will have a person waiting for you, identified with a sign. If you rent a car to go from the airport to your final destination, for greater peace of mind it is advisable to book it in advance. Rental counters are usually available in the arrivals hall.
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