Dublin is well served by over 120 low cost airlines from most airport hubs in Europe. Aircoach takes you directly from the airport to UCD in 45 minutes. This coach also serves many of the hotels reserved for this congress.
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Travel to & from Dublin Airport
Dublin Airport is located approximately 19 kilometres from Stillorgan and is accessible by bus, taxi or car from the airport.
There is a taxi rank directly outside both Terminal 1 & Terminal 2 Arrival Halls in Dublin Airport, just follow the signs.
- A taxi to the hotel will take approx. 30-45 minutes and will cost approx. €35-40
- An additional charge of €1.00 may be charged by taxi drivers for each additional passenger.
- Where a road toll charge is necessarily incurred on a trip, the exact cost of the toll may be added to the taxi fare.
- No additional charge will be permitted for any type of luggage or mobility aids.
Aircoach provides a 24-hour luxury coach service between Dublin Airport and Dublin city and many of Dublin’s major hotels.
- You can view the website at www.aircoach.ie
- The Aircoach airport stop is located just outside the arrivals hall at both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2.
- You can buy a ticket directly from a company representative at the airport arrivals stop at Dublin Airport.
- Alternatively you can purchase one from the driver when boarding Aircoach at any of their stops.
- A single journey is €9.00 & a return journey is €14.00.
- The stop closest to the congress venue is N11 – UCD slip road. Tell the driver when you board the bus and he will let you know when you have reached the stop.
Visitors to the capital are encouraged to use the DART, (Dublin Area Rapid Transport), to enjoy stunning views of Dublin Bay and travel out of the city to the numerous fishing villages and towns that are dotted along the coastline. The city centre DART stations are Connolly, Pearse and Tara. For more information please click here.
Dublin now has its own state-of-the-art light rail system which services the city and its outskirts. This is a hassle-free way to travel to and from the city centre. For more information please click here.
Dublin bus is the public bus service that takes passengers all over the city at a low fare.
Or you can access all these public bus service routes throughout the city by using just one prepaid ticket called the ‘Freedom Ticket’. For more information please click here.
This is a self-service bike rental system which has proven very popular with Dubliners. With 40 stations and 450 dbs (bikes), it enables you to travel through the city centre and get out and about to enjoy Dublin city at your leisure. All stations are equipped for 3 Day Ticket users. A 3 Day Ticket costs €2. The first 30 minutes of use is free on every Dublin bike. For more information please click here.