Information & Facts
Taxis are available in front of the Arrivals Hall and a taxi
from Dublin Airport to the city centre costs about EUR20, and an
extra charge for baggage may be added, as well as a surcharge in
the evenings and on weekends. All taxis have meters but are only
used for destinations in the 'Dublin City Taxi Metered Area'. It is
wise to negotiate the price with the driver beforehand.
One short-term car park close to the terminal; one off-site
long-term car park serviced by free shuttle service.
Hertz, Avis, Budget, Murrays Europcar and National Car Rentals
all operate from car-hire desks in the Arrivals Concourse. There
are also a number of pre-booked car-hire desks on this concourse.
These include Argus, Atlas. Dan Dooley, Hamills, Malones, Sixt and
Several bus services, involving more than 700 buses including
Dublin Bus and Flybus, connect the airport to all parts of Dublin
and the city's central train station, both day and night with fares
starting at EUR6. Taxis are available outside the Arrivals Hall,
the fare is best agreed in advance and should be around EUR20 to
the city centre. There are car-hire desks in the Arrivals
Main number: +353 (0)1 814 1111. Car parking: +353 (0)1 814
Airport facilities include a bureau de change and ATMs, numerous
restaurants, pubs and bars, several shops, a church and tourist
information. Disabled passengers are well catered for; travellers
with special needs are advised to contact their airline in
English, Irish (Gaelic) is spoken in some Western
The unit of currency is the Euro (EUR). Currency can be
exchanged at banks and bureaux de change and ATMs are widely
available. Credit and debit cards, as well as travellers cheques,
are widely accepted.
GMT (GMT +1 between the last Sunday in March and the Saturday
before the last Sunday in October).