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Dublin Hotel, transfers/transit and timing

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Dublin Hotel, transfers/transit and timing

We will be arriving in Dublin at 7am on a Saturday morning for 2 weeks. We plan on spending 2 nights in Dublin at some time and have no itinerary to speak of yet.

1) Would you recommend staying in Dublin the first 2 nights and then taking off in to the country on Monday? Or head out of the city immediately Saturday and then stay our last 2 nights of the vacation in Dublin?

2) Looking for a hotel with an airport transfer and then also easy access to public transit (not taxi). Or is our only option to be taking the transfer back to the airport and then hook up with the public bus?

Thanks for the insight!

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1. Re: Dublin Hotel, transfers/transit and timing

The Freedom ( Adult €28.00) - 3 days (72hrs) unlimited travel. Valid on Dublin Bus Tour – Hop on Hop off and All Dublin Bus scheduled services including Airlink and Xpresso. (Airlink Express between Dublin Airport and City Centre) should take care of your transport and tourist site visit needs. Airlink will leave you near any of several downtown hotels. You can fiddle about with this link tripadvisor.ie/Hotels-g186605-Dublin_County_… to find suitable accommodation for your needs and budget. Anywhere on O'Connell St, Pearse St, Temple Bar, St Stephen's Green or Parnell Square is 'downtown'.

You might consider Dublin first to recover from jetlag and take your time to become aclimatised. And you won't need a car in Dublin.

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2. Re: Dublin Hotel, transfers/transit and timing

There's an aircoach stop just outside this hotel.



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