Dublin Train Stations and Maps

Main train stations and a country view rail map

Introduction

Dublin has two main ports with several harbors, where regular buses take you to the city center. Ferries from the UK mainland are frequent and speedy with good train connections on either side, Hollyhead to Dublin being one of the quickest and most favored.

If arriving in Dublin by train there are two main railway stations, Connoly on Amiens Street, which is a five minute walk from the center and Heuston west by the Quays, lying a fifteen minute bus journey from the center. The Dublin Tourism Center is on Suffolk Street should you have any queries or want information on current festivals and events. There are further tourist information offices throughout the city.

Major Rail Stations in Dublin



Ireland rail map showing Dublin

Ireland rail map showing Dublin
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high speed and fast intercity trains available
normal train services available

Dublin city map showing major stations

Dublin city rail map showing stations
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