From Dublin Airport To Trinity College

Dublin Airport ( is situated to the north of the City Centre (about 10 km away). The airport is not served by train so the only way to get to Trinity College is via bus, taxi or private car:

Via Bus

  • Dublin Buses, No. 1641 to the City Centre
  • Airlink Buses, 747 or 757 to the City Centre
  • Aircoach, slightly more expensive

Via Car

Public Transport In Dublin

Dublin Bus provides bus services for the city and county of Dublin and adjoining areas. Many other private bus companies also offer transport in and out of the city.

Normal services run from 5.00am until midnight. The Nitelink service operates from midnight until 4.00am on Friday and Saturday nights.

The transport for Ireland Journey Planner includes all Dublin bus services. Also the Real Time Ireland App lets you check when your next Dublin Bus service is due.

Routes to Trinity College:

Please visit the website of Dublin Bus for timetables and other information.

In Dublin, the electric rail system called the DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transit) is a quick and easy way to get around Dublin.

The DART allows you to discover many of the sights and attractions Dublin has to offer from sandy beaches, parks, theatres, harbour villages, museums and much more.

DART services operate every 15 minutes all day. There is a range of DART tickets and fares that offer customer great value.

The timetables can be ordered by route or by station. Other information can be found on the website of DART.

A frequent tram service called LUAS connects Dublin city centre with suburbs in the south and south-west of the city.

There are two main lines:

  • Red Line – The Point or Connolly station to Saggart or Tallaght
  • Green Line – Broombridge via Sandyford to Bride’s Glen

Please click here to see maps and stop stations for the two lines. Other information can be found on the website of LUAS.