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The Luas is Dublin’s tram

system, which connects the

suburbs to the city centre. The

light rail system runs regularly,

operating every 4/5 minutes

at peak times and every 10/15

minutes during off peak times.

Services operate from 05:30 to

00:30 during weekdays.

Tickets can be purchased at

automatic kiosks at each stop,

with single tickets or weekly

and monthly options available

to purchase. Leap Card can

also be used. For detailed

information on Luas services



Dublin Area Rapid Transport

brings commuters to and

from the city centre and along

the coastal towns of Dublin.

This service has 31 stations

across the county of Dublin.

Services generally run every

15 minutes, operating from

06:30 to 23:00. Leap Card or

cash can be used. For detailed

information on DART services

see dart-commuter


Dublin Bikes stations are

distributed throughout the city

centre to enable easy access

and optimal use. Located in

close proximity to each other,

every station has a minimum

of 15 stands in situ making it

easy to enjoy the service. There

is a terminal at every station.

All terminals accept an Annual

Card and a 3 Day Ticket. A

number of terminals have credit

card facilities enabling you to

purchase a 3 Day Ticket. For

detailed information on Dublin

Bikes see


A Leap Card is a reloadable

smartcard that can be used to

pay for individual journeys using

Travel Credit and more regular

commuters can load Rambler,

Monthly or Annual tickets onto

their Leap Card.

Leap Cards can be used when

travelling on all Dublin Bus

services, including Airlink,

Xpresso and Nitelink, as well

as Luas, Dart & Commuter

Rail services.

A fully refundable deposit of

€5.00 (Child €3.00) is charged for

cards which can be topped up.

For detailed information on

Leap Card see


Dublin Bus is the biggest

public transport provider in the

Greater Dublin Area operating

over 136 routes. Normal services

run from 5.00am until midnight.

The Nitelink service operates

from midnight until 4.00am

on Friday and Saturday nights.

Leap Card or cash can be

used. For detailed information

on Dublin Bus services see


Hailo is an easily downloadable

app that makes booking a taxi

easy. The Hailo App allows you

to book, track, travel, pay in

advance and receive e-receipts

electronically. Hailo taxis are

available throughout Dublin.

For detailed information on

Hailo see


Dublin is a very walkable city,

making it easy to get around.

You are only ever a few minutes

from anything in Dublin city –

down the road, across the

bridge, around the corner, past

the statue – so get on your

feet and explore the streets

where you are sure to find some

hidden gems!