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~ ~ As a taxi-driver here in Dublin's "Fair City" for the past seven years, I'd like to give intending visitors and tourists some advice about getting about in the city. ~ ~ On arrival at the airport you will be faced with a trip of about 8 miles into the city centre. Your options are a ... Read review

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So You Are Coming To Dublin - Taxis

AdvantagesGood Value

DisadvantagesBad late night transport

"...and tourists some advice about getting about in the city. ~ ~ On arrival at the airport you will be faced with a trip of about 8 miles into the city centre. Your options are a taxi or a recently introduced "Air Coach" service. To date, Dublin has no rail link from the city to the airport. The coach is only really an option if you are staying at one of the hotels on its drop route, otherwise you will end up having to get a taxi anyway at the ..." Read review
06.12.2000

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getting home at night

AdvantagesGood nitelink service

Disadvantagesnot enough taxis

"I've been visiting Dublin regularly for the last 7 years as my partner is from the fair city. Although it is very difficult to get a taxi home after a night out in the city, as demand far outstrips availabilty, there is a good nitelink bus service. I can only refer to the service we use, which is from the city centre to Lucan/ Celbridge; villages to the west of the city. The bus service runs til around 4am, and costs around E5 (as far as I can remember). ..." Read review
13.06.2006

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