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Posted Wed 5 Oct 2022 12:56 AM
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How accessible is Dublin for someone in a wheelchair?
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Posted Wed 5 Oct 2022 9:22 AM
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Hi Krystina,

Thanks for the question!

Dublin, like any major city, is very wheelchair friendly, please have a look at our accessibility page for some general information.

In the city, the LUAS and DART tram and train services all have accessibility for wheelchairs as well as some taxis.

Individual attractions will also have access, please check their websites for additional information as this will vary from place to place.

Have you plans to come and visit us?
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Thank you! Yes, I am planning on a short trip there in April and traveling with someone who is in a wheelchair. I want to make sure that getting around will be easy for us :)
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That is wonderful to hear!

There are plenty of transport options in and around the city. It is also an easy city to walk around so on a nice April day, take a visit to Merrion Square and see one of Dublin's Talking Statues.

Major attractions like the Guinness Storehouse have accessibility information on their websites so you will be able to build an itinerary for your time in the city. 

We are here if you have any more questions but our website is a great source of information at any time. ☘️

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