Maps and Directions



Travelling to Dublin

Airports & Flights

Dublin is served by Dublin International Airport, which is one of the busiest and best served Airports in Europe, connecting flights between the USA and EU. Dublin airport has excellent airport connectivity with private and state bus services running regular services from popular locations around the city.

From Abbington House, you can travel back and forth using the Aircoach bus services from nearby Quinns Pub
  • Drumcondra (for Croke Park) - opposite Quinn's Pub
  • O'Connell Street (City Centre)- Gresham Hotel
  • Grafton Street (City Centre) - by Trinity College
After our Grafton Street / Trinity College stop, the Ballsbridge / Donnybrook service continues along Nassau Street, Northumberland Street, Pembroke Road, Merrion Road to Simmonscourt Road in Ballsbridge.

You can also travel to Dublin from other Major Irish urban centres (Cork, Limerick, Galway, Waterford, Wicklow, Wexford and Northern Ireland) by Bus, Rail and car rental. Please contact us for more information when you make your booking so we can offer the best advice.


Travelling Around Dublin
Taxis are probably the fastest and most convenient way to travel directly to points of interest around the city. Taxis are available outside most sporting events, museums, train and bus stations and the airport as well at a number of points around the city centre.

Dublin Bus is the Dublin's main bus company, and busses travel in and around the city as well as the nearby shopping centres.

Dublin Airport is used by a wide variety of International airlines like Ryanair, Aer Lingus, British Airways and many others. You can visit their site to see a list of tour operators.

The Luas is a fast urban metro rail network that links Dublin. Its handy for reaching shopping centres like Grafton Street, St Stephen's Green Shopping Centre, the Dundrum Shopping centre, The National Museum, the Goal, Jervis Street Shopping Centre, Heuston Station (for onward rail links to Cork, Limerick, Galway, The South, South West and the West of Ireland), the O2 Concerts and Events Venue (formerly the Point Depot), and the IFSC.

The LUAS Red Line runs close to Abbington House. The current line and stations are here.

Please note that we try to keep this page as up to date as possible. Many of the links provided for your convenience may change without notice.

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