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Airport Transportation

We are staying at 36 37 Pearse. What is the bus route from the airport to this location? Is the bus the bets mode of transportation? Thanks for any assistance.

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1. Re: Airport Transportation

Pearse Stret is actually a long street. If you are close to the city centre, here's some suggestions:

Public transport - There are two excellent bus services, which offer regular and inexpensive transport to the city centre.

Aircoach - This service departs every 15 mins outside the Arrivals terminal at the Airport. If using the Aircoach your stop off is "Trinity College". When you get off the bus, follow the railings of Trinity college back around onto Pearse Street. Continue walking down Pearse Street till you find your house(?)

The one-way fare from the airport is ���7 and return is ���12. Up to two children under twelve free with each fare paying adult.

For timetables and more information about the Aircoach visit www.aircoach.ie

Another option is Dublin Bus Route Number 747 Airlink & 748 Airlink which departs every 15 minutes from outside the Arrivals Terminal at the Airport. The one way fare is ���5 and return tickets cannot be purchased. This service will bring you into the Central Bus Station in the City Centre.

Coming out of the bus station take a left towards O���Connell Street. Heading in a southerly direction over O'Connell Bridge, staying on the left hand side, cross the road onto D���Olier Street, when you get to the top of D���Olier Street at the traffic lights cross over the road onto Pearse Street, passing the Garda station on the left.

For timetables and further information about Dublin Bus visit www.dublinbus.ie

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2. Re: Airport Transportation

Thank you. We are flirting with the idea of going over to Manchester, is it better to fly or take the ferry? Should we book now or when we get there?

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Hi,

is that Manchester England you ref to? if so you can only fly from Manchester best fares are Ryanair & you need to book now, the ferry across is either from Liverpool or Holyhead (Wales) and can take up to 4hrs.

hope this is of help

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4. Re: Airport Transportation

Check out Aer Lingus Dublin to Manchester as well. They currently have seats on May 2nd at Euro 4 for sale - yes thats four euros a seat!

The Jonathan Swift Fast Ferry will take you from Dublin to Holyhead in about 99 mins - but the plane is a much better bet and much cheaper.

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5. Re: Airport Transportation

Thank you all, so very helpful.

Has anyone heard of O'neil's Victorian Pub & Townhouse at 36/37 Pearse Street, Dublin 2? We are about to book and I wondering if you had any thoughts about this place. Also, do any of the B & B's have curfews?