Useful Information about Dublin's Connolly Station

1 Amiens St, North Dock, Dublin, Ireland

Being a significant part of the Irish rail network, the Connoly station serves as the busiest train hub in Dublin. The station was built in 1844 and since then preserved its ornate facade and marvelous tower in the center. Today, it offers both intercity and cross-border connections, linking the capital with the major tourist destinations throughout the country featuring Belfast, Sligo, Galway, Limerick, Cork, and Waterford. Adventurers starting their journey around Ireland from Dublin's Connolly railway station can travel on the Commuter, Intercity, and Enterprise trains. 



Getting Around the Connolly Railway Station


How to get to the Dublin Connolly railway station?

Using the local public transportation system, you can get to the Connolly station at ease. One of the most convenient ways to reach the complex is hopping on a city bus (lines 14, 15, 151, 747).

How to get from Connolly station to Dublin airport?

The most time-saving option to get to Dublin airport from the Connolly station is taking the Airlink Express bus line 747 which provides a direct 40-minute connection between both destinations offers an etensive departure schedule.


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