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DUBLIN: port - city centre by bus

DUBLIN: port - city centre by bus

Postby roryroryrory » 24 Jul 2009 - 15:25

Has anybody got a ferry into Dublin Port before, either with Stena Line or Irish Ferries?
How do you get out of the port and into the centre of Dublin?
And what is the main train station called? Is it Connolly Station?
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DUBLIN: port - city centre by bus

Postby SiDUDe » 24 Jul 2009 - 18:30

There are shuttle busses from the port, €2.50

Connolly and Heuston are the main stations, the train to Belfast goes from Connolly

:arrow: http://www.raildude.com/en/dublin/train ... ty/l/10630
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Re: Getting out of Dublin Port

Postby roryroryrory » 24 Jul 2009 - 19:08

Thanks for the info.
Where does it drop you off?
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Re: Getting out of Dublin Port

Postby SiDUDe » 24 Jul 2009 - 21:08

www.dublinbus.ie/en/Your-Journey1/Timetables/Ferry-Connections/
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Re: Getting out of Dublin Port

Postby roryroryrory » 24 Jul 2009 - 22:36

Thanks again for that.
Are there any other ways to get to the centre? Like a taxi and how much?
Its just the ferry gets in at 13:50, the same time the bus goes.
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Re: Getting out of Dublin Port

Postby hedgehogs123 » 24 Jul 2009 - 22:49

To be fair i think that the bus wouldn't leave straight away seeing as the ferry is just gettin in it'd probs wait a few minutes. I know this is to be said of some trains and buses at stations but wouldn't have any experience on the ferries...

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Re: Getting out of Dublin Port

Postby SiDUDe » 25 Jul 2009 - 00:56

yeah i think theyre meant to be timed with the arrival of the ferries
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Re: Getting out of Dublin Port

Postby roryroryrory » 25 Jul 2009 - 01:21

Ok that's great.
I'm off there Monday morning :D

First Dublin then working my way round to the south and west of Ireland.
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