Dublin City Transportation

Dublin City TransportationDublin is perfect for walking, though a bus system provides service to the city.

Walking

Most main attractions in downtown Dublin are close enough that walking from sight to sight is possible. Be sure to get your hands on a map first, though. Streets in this town have a tendency to change names more than once.

Bus

Dublin has an extensive network. Fares can be paid in exact change only.

More information at: http://www.dublinbus.ie/

Bus Tickets

One ride (within 23 zones): €1-2.20

Suburban fares: €2.20, €3.50, €4.50

One-day pass: €6

Five one-day passes: €20

One-day bus and rail pass: €10.20

Three-day bus pass: €13.30

Seven-day student pass: €24

Nitelink bus ride, depending on destination: €4-6

Airport

Information at: www.dublin-airport.com.

Note: All prices were accurate at the time they were compiled. Please check the Web sites listed for the most up-to-date information.

Most popular hostels in Dublin (by views)

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Globetrotters Tourist Hostel
8.7

Doubles from $57

Distance 1.13 km

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Paddy's Palace Dublin
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7.4

Doubles from $30

Distance 1.12 km

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Isaacs Hostel Dublin
8.3

Doubles from $67

Distance 1.16 km

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Abraham House
7.8

Doubles from $11

Distance 1.16 km

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Marlborough Hostel
8.7

Doubles from $0

Distance 0.96 km