How to get around Dublin on Public Transport
Tickets: Ticket Machines are located at every Stop. Please note that tickets cannot be purchased on the trams. A valid Luas Ticket, Valid Pass, or TFI Leap Card validated at Luas Stop is required to use Luas.
Red Line:The Red Line runs from Tallaght to The Point and from Saggart to Connolly
Green Line: The Green Line runs from Brides Glen to Broombridge via the City centre.
The closest Luas stops to the Iveagh Garden Hotel are Harcourt (3min walk) and Stephens Green (5min walk)
Dublin Bus is a State-owned bus operator providing services in Dublin. There are dublin bus routes all over the city.
Tickets: Dublin bus only accepts cash for purchasing bus tickets once you get on the bus. Alternatively you can tap onto the bus with a TFI (Transport for Ireland) Leap Card.
App: The TFI Live app can be downloaded for information on bus times, stops and routes.
The dart runs along the Dublin coast as far as Greystones, Wicklow.
Tickets: Tickets for the dart can be purchased in every dart stattion from ticket kiosks or at the ticket desk. TFI Leap Cards can also be used but must be validated in the at the station before getting on the train.
App:Information regarding dart times, stations and journey times can be found on the Iarnroid Eireann website.
Lines: Certain darts (Heading Southbound) only go as far as Bray and do not go as far as the last stop on the line (Greystones). Similarly when headng Northbound the dart splits in two directions at Howth junction, one heading to Howth and one heading to Malahide.