Dublin Airport Taxis
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Dublin Airport Taxis: Taxi Transfers to and from Dublin
Handling over 20 million passengers per year, Dublin Airport is by far the busiest airport in the Republic of Ireland – in fact, it is also the 23rd busiest in Europe, outranking Berlin’s main international airport (Tegel) and Brussels in terms of passenger numbers.
Most of the flights at Dublin Airport are via Aer Lingus and Ryanair, both Irish airlines, and the most frequent routes are between Dublin and London: 640 flights every week!
The airport’s location, in the northern Dublin commuter belt, makes for easy travel to and from the eastern side of Ireland, as well as Northern Ireland – and when you want to get to your flight or leave the airport for your destination, Airport Cars UK is ready and waiting.
Getting to and from Dublin Airport
Dublin Airport is near Swords, a northern suburb, approximately six miles from the city centre and close to the M1 and M50 motorways. Since the M50 connects to all primary road routes into and out of the city, the airport is easily accessible.
It’s even easier to get there, or leave for your destination, when you don’t have to think about driving – which may also involve carrying bags and either parking your car or walking to it.
To avoid stress and get your trip off to a great start, book Airport Cars UK for your journey! Either input your details above, using the journey calculator, or give us a call on +44 (0) 330 088 2222 and talk to a dispatcher – they are always pleased to help.
Top 10 things to do in Dublin
1) Guinness is perhaps the world’s most famous beer, and it was first brewed here in 1759. Find out all about the “black stuff” at the legendary St. James’s Gate brewery’s Guinness Storehouse, and enjoy a complimentary pint of it, too!
2) Take a trip to Dublin Zoo, which is right in the city centre, at Phoenix Park, and see animals ranging from Asian elephants to zebras!
3) Tour St Patrick’s Cathedral! This impressive medieval building is the resting place of Jonathan Swift.
4) Talking of St Patrick, if you happen to be in Dublin on 17th March, you will be just in time for the St Patrick’s Festival – it’s always a capital event!
5) Whisky may be from Scotland, but whiskey (with an “e”) is from Ireland, and you can learn all about it – and sample a drop, too! – by taking the Old Jameson Distillery Tour.
6) Stroll around Temple Bar during the day and soak up the atmosphere as you walk through cobbled streets and gaze at the architecture. At night, enjoy the area’s busy bars!
8) Hear some traditional Irish music – if it’s authenticity you’re after, try the Cobblestone pub and its musicians’ corner.
9) Explore the National Botanic Gardens, which boast an attractive arboretum as well as an array of beautiful decorative plants.
10) The River Liffey runs through Dublin, so why not explore the city from the comfort of a boat? Take a Dublin Discovered cruise and see all the sights!
Airport Transfers Dublin Airport
All of the above places – and more – are familiar to Airport Cars UK’s fleet of drivers, who will ensure that you reach the departure lounge with plenty of time to enjoy a relaxing flight, or get you to your next port of call after leaving Dublin Airport.
Transfer Time from Dublin Airport
Cork Airport 170 miles (160-180 minutes)
Shannon Airport 145 miles (140-150 minutes)
Knock Airport 130 miles (160-180 miles)
Belfast International Airport 110 miles (120 minutes)
Dublin Connolly Rail Station 9 miles (15-20 minutes)
Dublin Heuston Rail Station 13 miles (20-25 minutes)
Dublin Port 7 miles (20-25 minutes)
Dun Laoghaire Port 14 miles (35-40 minutes)
Do you have an appointment elsewhere? Perhaps you have to meet someone in Temple Bar, or you need to drop your cases at the hotel. Whatever it is, our Dublin airport taxis can get you there, so book one with Airport Cars UK!