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Dublin how to get around by public transport in the city: tram, bus and train

Dublin how to get around

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The center, being rather small, is easily visited on foot. For all travel, the public service is quite efficient.

DUBLIN HOW TO MOVE BY BUS

Dublin Bus, manages the approximately 200 city routes that connect the various neighborhoods and suburbs. Buses are ideal for getting around Dublin. Many have the area of ​​?? as an end O'Connell Street (central station) and that of the Trinity College. The regular service is guaranteed by 5: 00 in the morning up to 23: 30, while from 24 to 2: 00 (on weekends up to 4: 00) operate night lines.

If you find the word "An Lár" as the destination of the bus, it means that it is directed to the center. When you get on the bus, you will always find two rows; if you have a ticket or season ticket you can get on the right side, otherwise you have to go up on the left side buying the ticket directly from the driver. It is a good habit to greet the Bus driver when you get off at your stop. Tickets and further info available on the official website of the company.

DUBLIN HOW TO MOVE IN TRAM

La LUAS manages the two city tram lines: the green line that goes from St. Stephen's Green a Sandyford, and the red one that goes from Connolly Station a Tallaght. Tickets can be purchased at stations or directly at the automatic ticket machines.

DUBLIN HOW TO MOVE BY TRAIN

Dublin Rail Network3

Photo, 2008 Stabilo boss

La DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transit) is a surface railway line, which runs along the stretch of coast between Greystones, in the South and Howth and Malahid, in the North.

Tickets can be purchased at the stations and the price varies depending on the route. For more information, please consult the official website of the Irish Railways Iarnród Éireann

DUBLIN AS MUOVESIS: LEAP CARD

For travel, we recommend buying this plasticized smart-card on which you can charge the credit that can be spent on all means of transport. It works just like a telephone sim; recharge your credit, and every time you take a vehicle, the cost of the ticket is deducted from the total. The Leap Card is valid on almost all vehicles, including Airlink or Aircoach.

The price of tickets varies depending on the vehicle, the route and time (in the evening it increases). We recommend the purchase of the daily or weekly season ticket. Both are offered in two different types:
- 1 day bus only 6,90 € and all vehicles 10 €;
- one week, only 27,50 € buses and all 40 € vehicles.



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