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Accomodation and Transportation

Accomodation

The heart of the city offers a large range of hotels, B&B and restaurant. Here are several useful links and hotel addresses that could help you to book and prepare your accommodation in Dublin.

The Central Hotel

The Mercantile Hotel

The Brooks Hotel

The Morgan Hotel

The Buswells Hotel

The Trinity Capital Hotel :  Trinity Capital hotel offers us an specific rate of €135.00 per night B&B // Twin or Double – €155.00 per night B&B. You can activate it by entering a rate code on the hotel website.Please note that no room is booked so, this offer depends on the room availability. The rate code will be «URBACT» and you may reserve rooms using this promotion code up to 14 days in advance of arrival.

We also invite you to compare rates and availabilities with http://www.booking.com/ often very useful for this kind of booking.

 

Transportation from and to the Airport

Dublin Airport is located twelve kilometres north of the city centre and is managed by the Dublin Airport Authority. Transport options from the airport are bus, taxi or car. There is no train connection from the airport. For a list of all airlines that fly into and out of Dublin, you can visit www.daa.ie.

Bus

From the airport, buses serve many areas in and around Dublin. These buses pick up passengers at different zones clearly indicated in Terminal 1 and 2. E.g. Airlink busses deserve the city centre every 15 to 20 minutes all day. The journey costs 6 euros and can be bought the exit of terminal 1 and 2.

Taxi

Dublin taxis have no distinctive colour but are easily identified by their official roof signs. Three of the main taxi ranks in the city centre are located on O’Connell Street, College Green and at St. Stephen’s Green. It is also possible to hail taxis on the street and numerous private taxi companies also operate throughout Dublin City and County.

Bus and Dublin Pass

You can also try the website http://transportforireland.ie/ that will help you to plan you journey. If you are smartphone addict, you can download the app from App Store or Google Play. The Dublin Pass is an all-in-one ticket. It offers you access to most of the attractions of the city, discount in bars and restaurants, free transports and bus.

The most convenient way to use public transport in Dublin is to buy "Rambler" tickets which allow for 1, 3 or 5 days unlimited use of public transport on cheap price: 1 day appr 6,5 eur, while the 3 day pass costs 15 eur appr.

Dublin Bus by cschopfer, on Flickr
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