The official Transport for Ireland Journey Planner app from Ireland’s National Transport Authority is available to download. This app will help plan your travels by listing all of Dublin's transport options. It's completely free and includes information for buses, Luas, taxies, ferries, and even walking!
DoDublin Card—45€ per person for 72 hours of unlimited access to the Airlink Express, the DoDublin Hop-on Hop-off tour buses, Dublin Bus services, and entry to the Little Museum and walking tour.
Leap Visitor Card—For a few days’ visit, this is the best value across bus and rail options.
Dublin has an extensive network of bus routes, making it easy to get around the city.
The Airlink Express is the quickest and best value airport transfer between Dublin Airport and the city center.
DART and Rail
Dublin’s iconic DART system is a fast and convenient way of traveling in the city. The DART hugs the Irish Sea coast for much of its journey, making for one of the most scenic suburban rail routes in Europe.
Luas is Dublin’s light-rail system, which crosses the city on two lines.
Taxis are plentiful and can be found throughout the city.
Bicycle and Motorbike Rental
Dublin is a top bicycle-friendly city. Dublin Bikes are custom designed for city cycling.
Celtic Rider, located just 15 minutes from the airport and city center, was Ireland’s first motorcycle rental company.
Visitors arriving at Dublin Airport will find Hertz, Budget, Avis, Payless Car Rental, and Europcar in the arrivals hall at terminal 1 and the multi-story parking lot at terminal 2. Pre-booked car rental services are available from Thrifty, Enterprise, and Sixt.