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Getting there You can get to Dublin from Cork, Waterford and Galway. Best price and travel duration below.

From Cork 02:45 € 66
From Waterford 02:30 € 45
From Galway 02:30 € 50
From Belfast 02:00 € 37

Getting around From Dublin, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Belfast 02:16 € 37
To Galway 02:48 € 50
To Cork 02:55 € 66

Dublin city guide

Dublin, the unavoidable place to visit when in Ireland

Make friends and feel the literary heritage in Dublin. Leaving behind a turbulent history, the laid-back Irish capital has transformed itself into a modern European city with a nightlife to be proud of and booming business among graceful Georgian architecture.

Among the large choice of places to see in Dublin there is the Trinity College, witness of the rich Irish literary history. Founded in 1592, it houses the "Book of Kells", the world-known manuscript dating back from the 9th century.

If you’re interested in history, you should visit Dublin Castle: its State apartments, its Royal chapel and its ground levels. The beer lovers will appreciate the smell of hop when discovering the famous Guinness Storehouse.

Don’t miss the Ha’penny Bridge from 1816, bracing itself above the Liffrey river and owing its name to the price (a half penny) that had to be paid in the past to enter the city.

Dublin station(s)

Trains are convenient way to reach any town and city in Europe. All main towns have a railway station, while major cities have more than two railway stations. Nearly all railway stations are located in the city centre. Check our map to locate railway station(s) in Dublin.

Dublin (ferryport)

Address: Terminal Rd N Dublin Port Dublin

Dublin Connolly

Address: Seville Pl Dublin Dublin

Dublin Heuston

Address: St John's Rd W Dublin

Dublin(cruise Ferry)

Address: Terminal Rd N Dublin Port Dublin


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