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Transport from Airport to Accommodation

Transport from Airport to Accommodation

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Hi 

We are 3 adults from Australia travelling the UK and Europe in December and January. My question is what is the best transport option from the airport to our Airbnb accommodation in Richmond Street South. Is it cheaper to get a taxi straight from the airport to the flat?

Helen


Posted Mon 14 Oct 2019 12:50 AM
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Hi Helen,

It's really exciting to hear that the three of you will be traveling in the winter months and visiting Dublin!

There are indeed both taxi and bus options form the airport, probably the best bus service would be the Airlink Express 757 service which goes from the airport to Adelaide Road which is connected to Richmond Street and your accommodation. Please check their website for costs and online tickets.

Dublin Airport itself has a great website that lists how to get to and from the airport, so well worth a look too. 

A taxi may well work out the most cost-effective and easiest especially if you have luggage and as there are three of you sharing the cost.

How long will you be in Dublin for?

Martin
Posted Mon 14 Oct 2019 8:46 AM
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We will be in Dublin for 8 days
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From 29 December - New Year !!
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Thanks for that Martin
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Hello Helen,

It's wonderful to hear you'll be staying for 8 days and during one of the most special and fun times of the year!

As you well know, there are lots of amazing places and fun activities to do while visiting Dublin!

You can also take a look at this post showing some the top attractions in Dublin. The only exception on this link is the Book of Kells that will be removed from public display from November 2019 to early March 2020. That said, a full colour replica of the Book of Kells will be available to view in the Trinity’s Long Room library, one of the world’s most beautiful libraries, which houses 200,000 of Ireland’s most ancient texts.

Be sure to also check some of the Dublin’s most adventurous side here!

I'd love to see your final itinerary and of course hear about your trip once you arrive to our Emerald Isle!

I really hope this information helps with the planning, and let's see if other members will jump in with some other suggestions!

Speak soon,

Romina

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Hi Helen,

So, tell us all, how was your holiday?

I hope you had a great time in Dublin over the New Year celebration.
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