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Travelling in Ireland


Rail Bus & Coach The Tram (Dublin)

Rail, all Ireland:

All rail services in Ireland are operated by: See Irish Rail’s Ireland station map here.

Rail, Dublin:

Dublin has it’s own coastal rail service called the DART.

If you work along the DART line, it is a quick, easy and cheap way to get to work. The DART line runs from Dublin North to Dublin South across some of the main coastal towns in Dublin, passing lots of restaurants, hotels and employers in the travel and hospitality industry. See DART line here.

Bus & Coach:

Ireland’s Public Bus Services include: You can travel all over Dublin using Dublin Bus. See their route map here.

Private bus & coach services that operate intra Ireland include:

City Link
JJ Kavanagh
Matthews Coach
B Kavanagh Coaches
John Mc Ginley
Mc Geehan Coaches
Patrick Gallagher
Foyle Coaches

Other Bus & Coach services include:

North Wicklow: (Bray – Greystones) Finnegan Bray Dublin: Hollybus, UrBus Dublin Airport Specialists: Air Coach Europewide: Travel via bus intra Europe with Eurolines.

Eurolines is Europe's express coach network, consisting of 35 coach companies operating in 25 countries of Europe under the Eurolines brand.

The Tram (Dublin):

Dublin Tram System: Luas
The Luas links parts of west Dublin and South Dublin to the city centre via two separate routes:
Green Line and Red Line

If you work/live on the Luas line it is a fast, cheap and quick way to get to work. The Luas comes every few minutes and starts as early as 5.30am


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