Getting around Dublin

The Dart (Dublin Area Rapid Transit) is an electric rail system serving North and South Dublin which extends into parts of Wicklow. For tickets and live map updates please Click Here

dublinbikes is a self-service bike rental system open to everyone from 14 years of age, 7 days a week from the hours of 5:00am to 12:30am. A bike can be returned 24 hours a day. There are 40 bike stations across Dublin City. 14 of the 40 station terminals have credit card facilities which allow you to purchase a 3 Day Ticket. However, you can subscribe online for a Long Term Hire Card or by contacting the call centre. Get to know the history behind the City and surrounding areas with dublinbikes! Roam freely from the heart of the city into Temple Bar or visit the Book of Kells in Trinity or further afield to the Guinness Storehouse or Epic: The Irish Immigration Museum and see all the colour and variety on offer in Dublin City. Using the bikes are not only great for your health but are a great way to reduce carbon emissions and your carbon footprint while on holiday. For more please visit the dublinbike website

Dublin Bus is the main bus network that serves the greater Dublin area, it also extends from from Newcastle in County Wicklow to the south, to Balbriggan in north County Dublin and Maynooth in County Kildare to the west. For more on tickets, tourist tickets, leap card, routes, stops, live travel updates and map info please visit the Dublin Bus website

The Luas is Dublin’s tram/light rail system. There are two main lines: the Green Line which runs north and south of city, and the Red Line which runs east and west. For more on tickets, stops, travel updates and map info please visit the Luas website