Dublin International Airport is just 6 miles North of the city centre. You will find our desks clearly signposted in arrivals at both terminals. The City Centre branch is just a short walk from The Spire monument while the City Centre North office is located in the Airport Business Park. This can be reached on bus line 41b from the centre of Dublin. Our City Centre South branch can be reached by public transport ortaxi.
Dubin city centre has extensive one-way systems and bus lanes, tricky for new arrivals to negotiate. Your Sat Nav takes the stress out of city driving.
Short-period street parking is available across the city but using multi-storey car parks is much more economical. If you are staying in the suburbs or near the airport you will find several Park and Ride locations, ideal for a day out in the city.
Dublin has more than enough interesting and quirky attractions to fill several days so take some time when you first arrive to drive around the city and get your bearings. Old architecture in the city includes the11th and 12th century Christ Church and St Patrick's Cathedrals while younger family members always enjoy Dublin Castle and Dublin Zoo. The General Post Office and Kilmainham Gaol provide fascinating insights into the citys often turbulent past. A short drive up Killiney Hill rewards you with beautiful views of the mountains that surround Dublin and at the coastal suburb of Sandymount, just two miles away, sandy beaches and brisk walks can be enjoyed. Regular race meetings are held at Leopardstown Racecourse, easily reached in your rental vehicle, or rugby lovers can catch a game at the RDS Arena.