Port of Dublin

Land Transport and Travel To and From Port Dublin
(Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland)

You can get to Dublin by bus or taxi, or indeed walk the short distance into the city.

Buses run regularly throughout the day and taxis are always available from all terminals.

Travel by Bus and Shuttles

The only direct bus and shuttle services from the Port of Dublin to Dublin city centre are bus number 53 (every 15 minutes) and the shuttle bus service that runs to the main bus station on Amien Street. Dublin Bus runs services to destinations throughout the county, while Bus Eireann serves destinations nationwide.

Car Hire and Road Travel

Getting to Dublin Port by car is fairly straightforward; the city centre is only a few minutes away and all roads to the port are well signposted. The M1 and N1 provide access from the north, while the N7 approaches it from the city centre.

If you plan on hiring a car on your visit to Dublin, it is best to pre-book online so as to secure the right car for your needs and to get the best rates. There are several car hire firms available in Dublin and you will be met at the port with a car.

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Trains and Rail Travel

The nearest train station to Dublin Port is Connolly station, which is only a few minutes away by foot or taxi and offers access to the rest of the Irish rail network. The urban commuter DART serves the east of Dublin.

Car Parking

There is both short-term and long-term parking at the Port of Dublin, with good access to all three terminals. In addition, disabled drivers with badges can make use of the reserved spaces.

Travel by Taxis

Taxis can be found directly outside the terminal buildings, with short trips to Dublin city centre only taking a few minutes. All taxis are metered.

Dublin Port

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