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<p>The train station is just south of the river and east of the town centre, off Dublin Rd.</p>
Dublin Airport, 13km north of the centre, is Ireland’s major international gateway airport, with direct flights from Europe, North America and Asia.
Heuston Station , just south of the Liffey and well west of the centre, is the station for Cork, Galway, Killarney, Limerick, Wexford, Waterford and other destinations west, south and southwest of Dublin.
An excellent bike shop that rents hybrids and touring bikes during the summer months (May to September).
A number of buses serve the airport from various points in Dublin, including buses 16A (Rathfarnham), 746 (Dun Laoghaire) and 230 (Portmarnock); all cross the city centre on their way to the airport.
Clarke Train Station is 900m west of the bus station. It has express trains to Dublin (€18 to €21...
Bus Éireann runs an almost hourly service to Dublin (€8, 1½ hours) and a less frequent one to Belfast (€13, 80 minutes).
The main train station on the northside.
Main bus station north of the River Liffey.
Dublin's bus service.
The Dun Laoghaire ferry terminal , 13km southeast of the city, serves Holyhead in Wales.
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