On foot

Dublin is a relatively small city so navigating on foot is perfectly manageable.


All taxis in Ireland have a large yellow and blue roof-sign and door signage. Taxis may be hailed in the street, picked up at a taxi rank or ordered by phone/app.

The main taxi ranks in the city centre are located on O'Connell Street, up towards Parnell Square and on College Green opposite the Bank of Ireland and the main gate into Trinity College. Additional night time taxi ranks operate between 2000hrs and 0600hrs on several locations in the city centre, including Dame Street and Merrion Row.


Dublin has an extensive network of public bus routes, making it super-easy to get around not just the city centre, but the inner and outer suburbs too.


The capital’s iconic DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transit) system is a fast and frequent way of travelling in the city.

Trains run regularly both on and off-peak, operating every 15 minutes all day. Trains are kitted out with free Wi-Fi and provide one of the speediest ways to transport you around the city, not to mention the hidden beaches, seaside villages and harbour restaurants secreted away along Dublin’s stunning coastline.


Dublin Airport is conveniently located approximately seven miles north of Dublin city centre. It is served by a large number of buses, coaches and taxis all allowing you to get to and from the airport with ease.