Airport ↔ Camden - Single Tickets
What can I expect
- One Way ticket between Dublin Airport to City Centre
- Tickets can be used in either direction
- Travel time is every 30 minutes
- Free WiFi on board
- All services offer 2 x 20kg bags to store
- Also offer one piece of soft hand luggage to bring onboard
- Click for Return Tickets options
Enjoy airport travel by coach for less with Dublin Express.
Dublin Express is the hassle-free way to travel to Dublin Airport, with services every 30 minutes throughout the day.
With 76 departures a day Dublin Express is reliable, frequent and always competitive on price!Route 784- Dublin Airport to City Centre
3 Arena (Stop 7399)- Located at North Wall Quay in the Dublin Docklands and has welcomed many big acts to including Harry Styles, Britney Spears, Niall Horan, Chris Brown U2 and many more well-known names. There are hotels close to this stop including The Gibson, The Samuel and Beckett Locke.
North Wall Quay (Stop 303) - This stop is located along the river Liffey and has plenty of places for accommodation including The Mayson Dublin, The Samuel, The Gibson and many more.
Eden Quay (Stop 303) - This stop is just down the road from one of the main streets in Dublin, O’Connell Street. On this street you can find many food establishments along with shops and many side streets that are full of shops especially Henry Street which is one of the busiest pedestrianised streets in the city. Hotels nearby is Wynn’s Hotel, Abbey Court Hotel, Arlington and Sky Backpackers.
Trinity College (Stop 4495)- Trinity College is one of the oldest colleges in Ireland and is home to The Book of Kells. Temple Bar is just a short walk from the college, and this is your hub for bars, restaurants and shops. There are many places to stay around here including the Hard Rock Hotel Dublin, Trinity City Hotel, The Alex and The Westin Dublin.
Pearse Station (Stop 111761)- Here you can get access to Dublin’s train system on the South side of Dublin. This can bring you anywhere from down the south of Ireland all the way up to Belfast in the North of the country. This stop is a 10-minute walk from Grafton Street which is a very busy and popular street that has shops for everything designer.
Merrion Square (Stop 111781 Stephen's Green)- This stop has one of Dublin’s largest Georgian squares. Down the road from this is St. Stephen’s Green and this is a 22-acre garden square and public park. Hotels in this surrounding area is The Merrion Hotel Dublin, The Shelbourne Autograph Collection, Stauntons on the Green and the Harcourt Hotel.
Harcourt Luas (Stop 1074) - This is just around the corner from the beautiful Iveagh Gardens which is a spacious Victorian garden. Camden Street is beside this stop and this a great place to go for a few drinks or grab a bite to eat.