Getting Here.

Travelling from Dublin Airport

Dublin airport (DUB) is easily accessible, with flight connections with almost all major European and inter-continental cities. From the airport terminals, Dublin city centre can be reached either by bus or by taxi.


Taxis are readily available outside both terminal buildings. A taxi will take about 20-30 minutes (depending on traffic). The usual fare for a journey to Dublin city centre is approx. 25 EUR. The trip can be shortened by asking the driver to take the Port Tunnel. At most times this will incur a 3 EUR toll charge. However, at peak times on weekdays (06:00-10:00 from airport to city; 1600-1900 from city to airport), the toll charge rises to 10 EUR.


TCD can be reached by the following bus services, with relevant drop-off locations indicated by red symbols in the map:

  • Aircoach – €7 one way or €12 return. The Aircoach leaves from the airport every 15 min to Grafton St (just beside the TCD front gate),
  • Airlink 747 – €6 one way or €10 return. This service runs every 15 min to Busáras (north of River Liffey) or College Green (at TCD front gate),
  • Dublin Bus 16 – A cheaper alternative is to take the regular bus from the airport (bus no. 16) that will take about 45 minutes and will cost €3.30. The exact fare needs to be paid directly to the bus driver. Tickets are available for sale at the small markets in the arrival section of the airport (both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2).

Travelling by Train

The conference venue can be reached by the DART train services from Connolly Station to Pearse station via the DART.

More travel information can be found on the main Trinity travel page.