Preparing your business trip to Dublin
Did you just land in Dublin, and are looking for a two-minute guide to the city?
You're in luck! This article gathers the top information you need for a fast trip there.
Getting to the center of the city from the airport
The Dublin Airport is located 10km south of Dublin City. The airport's bus will lead you to cities such as Ballinteer, Swords Manor, etc. Otherwise, taxis and other transportation services are also available at a fair price.
How to move around in the city ?
- Trains: DART, Dublin's frequent train service runs through the whole city from 6.00AM to 00.30AM. The price will depend on the length of your trip
- Bus: LUAS is the city’s tram service. You can reach all corners of the city through its 4 different lines. Running from 5.00AM to 00.00AM, it passes every 5 to 10 minutes, starting at 1.5€ for 3 stops
- Tramway: LUAS is Dublin’s tram service active over 2 lines: the green and the red
- Taxi: You can find taxis anywhere in the city, however rates are set to European standards
Here's a list of Dublin's many restaurants which we recommend you enjoy with your clients and colleagues:
- Oxmantown ($): Great for all meals, this restaurant serves local Viking sandwiches
- Da Mimmo ($$): Serving a proper Italian experience
- Chapter One ($$$): Visit this Michelin-starred restaurant located in the basement of the Dublin Writers Museum for local Irish food
- Mr.Fox ($$$): For tartare lovers
- Chameleon ($$): One of the oldest restaurants in Temple Bar, this one is specialised in Indonesian cuisine
Where to stay
Here is a list of 7 of Madrid's hotels that have applied Covid-appropriate measures to ensure traveller security:
- The Gibson****
- Clayton Hotel Ballsbridge****
- Clayton Hotel Burlington Road****
- Intercontinental Dublin*****
- The Belvedere***
- Radisson Blu Royal***
Here are the top 3 places to visit while on a short visit to Dubin:
- Dublin Castle
Located off Dame Street, Dublin Castle is a major Irish government complex, conference centre, and tourist attraction. Until 1922, it was the seat of the British government's administration in Ireland. It is now a museum where you can discover Ireland's history as well as its capital's.
- Phoenix Park
Lying 2–4 km west of the city centre, Phoenix Park is an urban park bordering River Liffey. Being 707 hectares big, it is one of the largest enclosed recreational spaces in Europe. Its large areas of grassland and tree-lined avenues have now become a home to a herd of wild deer.
- Temple Bar
Dublin's 'cultural quarter' and a centre of the city center's nightlife.