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Dublin, Ireland Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 169
Total Sleeping Rooms 20,784
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 1,000
Committable Meeting Rooms* 110
Convention Center Space 395,670 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Exhibit Space 100,000 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Ballroom 47,170 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate EUR 200
Average Daily Meal Cost EUR 112
Average Weekly Car Rental EUR 80
*Maximum for a single hotel

Dublin, Ireland Airport Information

Dublin International Airport (DUB)

Approximate taxi fare: 24 EUR

Dublin International Airport (DUB) is one of Europe's busiest airports that provides access to 175 destinations and serves an average of 60,000 passengers and 600 operations per day. Located 12 km north of Dublin city center, the airport offers services to over 30 airports in the UK and more than 100 airports throughout Europe. Dublin airport also has the facility of US Preclearance, which allows US-bound passengers to undertake all US immigration, customs, and agriculture inspections prior to departure. A wide variety of restaurants, bars, cafes, and shops at both the terminals allow travelers to relax before and after their travel time. The airport also features The Loop shopping area, 24-hour parking options, and direct access to Dublin Bus Service.

Dublin, Ireland Ground Transportation

Dublin Area Rapid Transport

Iarnrod Eireann’s Dublin Area Rapid Transport (DART) operates suburban rail service along the Irish Sea from Malahide or Howth in the north to Greystones in the South. The daily rail service runs every 15 minutes all day and allows passengers to discover many of the sights and attractions Dublin has to offer. There is a range of DART tickets and fares that offer customers great value.

Luas

The light rail tram system known as Luas operates two lines, the Red Line and the Green Line. The Red Line runs from Tallaght to The Point and from Saggart to Connolly, and the Green Line runs from Brides Glen to St. Stephen’s Green through Sandyford. During peak times trams operate every 4-5 minutes, while off-peak trams run every 10-15 minutes.

Dublin Bus

Serving both the city and county of Dublin, Dublin Bus is the biggest public transport provider operating over 136 routes. Dublin Bus operates throughout the city center, as well as to and from Dublin Airport on its Airlink service, which connects the airport with Dublin’s Heuston and Connolly rail stations, the Luas Red Line, The Convention Centre Dublin, and more than 50 city center hotels. The bus services are available from 5:00 AM until midnight and a special Nitelink service operates from midnight until 4:00 AM on Friday and Saturday nights.

Rental Cars

Rental car counters for Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Europcar, Dooley, and Hertz are available on both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 of Dublin Airport. The counter for Sixt is also available at Arrivals Hall of Terminal 1.

Taxis

Taxis are an easy option for travelers getting to and from Dublin Airport. Travelers can hail taxis from the forecourts just outside Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. All fares are calculated on the taximeter as per the fare information supplied by Commission for Taxi Regulation.

Distance To...

Distance Estimated Driving Time Estimated Min. Flying Time Estimated Flight Cost
Shannon, Ireland 223 km 02 h 12 m 03 h 55 m EUR 254+
Manchester, UK 314 km 04 h 50 m 00 h 50 m EUR 44+
Glasgow, UK 369 km 05 h 37 m 01 h 05 m EUR 24+
Campbeltown, UK 582 km 08 hr 34 min 04 hr N/A
 
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