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When you arrive into Ireland

Dublin

 

Dublin International Airport is 15km from the city centre. The best way to get to the city centre from the airport is the Air Coach service, which is a company that has a large fleet of buses that take you into the city centre in comfort. A one-way ticket from the airport to the city centre is €8 or €14 return. If you would like to take a taxi it will cost around €25 and you can find them located outside the terminal building. For more information on Dublin Airport go to www.dublin-airport.com

 

 

Galway


Located just 6km from the City Centre, Galway International Airport is ideally positioned.  Galway is located in Western Ireland, its only 4 hours to Dublin and Cork, and also 2 hours to Shannon. For more information on Galway International Airport go to www.galwayairport.com

 

 

Cork


Cork Airport is located 8km southwest of the city centre. For more information on Cork Airport go to www.corkairport.com

Train

Cork’s Kent station links the city with the rest of the larnród Eireann network.

Taxi

The fare into the city from the rank outside the main terminal is about €15.

 

Bus

The 226 Air Coach Service runs from 7:50am-9:30pm on weekdays and between 7:50am-6:20pm on Saturdays.  On Sundays it runs from 7:30am-8:25pm (until the 11th Sept.). After the 11th September the timetable changes and trains depart from 12pm-8:45pm.  The journey takes about 25 minutes.  Tickets for a return are €6 and single is €3.70.

 

 

Shannon


Shannon International Airport is located 26km west of the city centre. Bus and taxi services are available from outside the airport terminal building. For more information on Shannon International Airport go to www.shannonairport.com

 

 

Ferry Tickets


Irish Ferries run between Dublin and Holyhead. There are four trips each way every day, with the earliest leaving Holyhead at 3:30am and from Dublin at 6:15am. It will usually cost you approx. £25 for a return ticket and the journey will take approx. 1 hour. If you are lucky enough to have a car, the trip will cost you between £99 and £179 each way depending on the season. For more information on the Irish Ferries and the most up-to-date prices go to www.irishferries.com

The other main ferry companies are Brittany Ferries, Isle of Man Steam Packet, P&O Irish Sea, Stena Line and Swansea-Cork Ferries. For more information on these companies go to www.brittany-ferries.com, www.steam-packet.com, www.poirishsea.com, www.stenaline.co.uk and www.swansea-cork.ie

 

 

 

 



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