Hotels Dublin Airport
Geography of Dublin Airport
Dublin Airport is conveniently located ten kilometres north of the city centre
on the M1, which leads further north along the coast to Belfast. Being the gateway
to Ireland, it receives high traffic year round and is the major air hub for
Ireland, offering flights across Europe and scheduled flights to the US.
Trains to the south and west leave from Heuston Station while those heading
to the North, North West and the South East leave from Connolly Station.
An excellent bus network serves the airport with some routes into the city
operating 24/7. There are also buses to destinations further afield, including
north along the coast to Belfast, south to Kilkenny and Cork and west to Galway.
Driving in Ireland can be an interesting experience but recent years have seen
a concerted effort to improve efficiency and sign posting. Dublin is surrounded
by the M5 ring road, from which a number of exits lead to the various regions
The airport is situated on the M1, which turns into the N1 (National Highway
1) leading north to Belfast. Head south along the M1 from the airport to get
on the M5, which loops around to the N4 (later the M4) to Galway, and further
to the N7 exit, which turns into the M7 to Limerick and Cork and from which
the M9 exits leading to Kilkenny.
Airport information: +353(0) 1 814 1111
Selection of hotels in this region:
Holiday Inn Dublin Airport
Holiday Inn Dublin Airport and 15 days parking
Travelodge Dublin Airport
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