The Dublin Port Terminal, 3km northeast of the city centre, serves Holyhead (in Wales) and Liverpool.
Dublin Airport, 13km north of the centre, is Ireland's major international gateway airport. It has two terminals: most international flights (including most US flights) use the newer Terminal 2; Ryanair and select o…
Bus 747 runs every 10 to 20 minutes from 5.45am to 12.30am between the airport, the central bus station (Busáras) and the Dublin Bus office on Upper O'Connell St. Bus 757 runs every 15 to 30 minutes from 5am to 12.2…
Private coach service with three routes from the airport to more than 20 destinations throughout the city, including the main streets of the city centre. Coaches run every 10 to 15 minutes between 6am and midnight, …
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.
Free shuttle to and from Shelbourne Park, departing from in front of the Immigration Office on Burgh Quay. The bus returns at 10pm.
The main office of Dublin Bus. You can buy Leap cards and tickets for all of the bus tours run by the company (most of which depart from just out front).
New bikes, all the gear you could possibly need and a decent repair service; but be sure to book an appointment as they are generally quite busy.
An excellent bike shop that rents hybrids and touring bikes during the summer months (May to September).
Offers ferry and fast-boat services travelling from Liverpool to Dublin via Douglas on the Isle of Man.