Dublin, Dublin Airport (DUB), Ireland

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Bureaux de change and ATMs are located throughout the terminals, both pre- and post-security. There is a full-service bank in Terminal 1.


An automatic postal service centre is located in the check-in area of Terminal 1. There is also a postbox in Terminal 2 Arrivals. Free wireless internet access is available throughout, and internet kiosks are located both pre- and post-security in both terminals.


There is a variety of bars, cafés, and restaurants at Dublin Airport, the majority of which can be found in The Loop area after security. Options include a caviar and seafood restaurant, fast-food outlets and eateries offering traditional Irish fare.


The many shops at Dublin Airport include duty-free outlets, gift retailers, fashion boutiques and purveyors of Irish goods – the majority of the shopping options are located in The Loop. A ‘shop and collect’ service (tel: (01) 814 5735), for passengers wishing to pick up their purchases on their return, is offered to passengers travelling within the EU.


A left-luggage facility is available in the atrium of Terminal 1’s multistorey car park. A porter service is available from Greencaps (tel: (01) 814 4633) and luggage trolleys can be used free of charge. For lost and found items, contact the Lost Property Office (tel: (01) 814 5555).


There are pharmacies in both terminals. A children’s play area can be found in Terminal 1, while baby changing facilities are available in most airport toilets. A Catholic church is located within the airport grounds and there’s also a multifaith prayer room in Terminal 2. Passengers travelling to the USA can take advantage of advance US immigration and customs clearance in Terminal 2.

Conference & Business

Dublin Airport houses meeting rooms and business lounges and provides a range of business facilities, including photocopy, fax and internet access. A VIP service is also available (tel: (01) 814 4895). The nearby Radisson Blu Hotel has 27 meeting rooms, along with a fully equipped business centre and a catering service (tel: (01) 844 6000;; while the Clarion Hotel (tel: (01) 808 0500; also has meeting rooms available for hire.

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    Visa & Immigration

    IATA Travel Centre

    The IATA Travel Centre delivers accurate passport, visa and health requirement information at a glance. It is a trusted, centralized source for the latest international travel requirements. The IATA Travel Centre is the most accurate source available because it is based on a comprehensive database used by virtually every airline, and information is gathered from official sources worldwide, such as immigration and police authorities.

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    There are lifts, intercom-connected help points and disabled parking spaces at Dublin Airport. Wheelchair transportation can be provided between the aircraft and the terminal – passengers requiring wheelchairs and special assistance should inform their airline prior to travel. Further information and help for disabled passengers is available from the One Complete Solution (OCS) Reception Desk (tel: (01) 814 5906) in the departures area of Terminal 1.

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    General information

    Airportcode: DUB

    Number of Terminals: 2


    The Airport Information Desk and the Dublin Tourism Information and Reservation Centre (tel: (01) 605 7700) are both located on the arrivals concourse of Terminal 1.

    Transfer between Terminals

    The terminals are linked via a covered walkway.

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    Getting around

    Public Transport

    It’s not hard to get around Dublin by public transport – a tram system (known as LUAS), an electric rail network (known as DART) and a range of bus options make it straightforward to take in the main attractions. The city centre is compact, so getting around on foot is a realistic option too.


    Taxis can be hailed in the street, found at ranks or booked by phone. The main ranks in the city centre are to be found on O’Connell Street and College Green. Companies to call include NRC Taxis (tel: (01) 677 2222) and KCR Taxis (tel: (01) 492 2233).


    Hotels in Dublin


    Dublin’s reputation means it draws a lot of business travellers and affluent international tourists,

    so there’s much in the way of high-end accommodation. Mid-range and budget options are also in good supply.

    The Gresham

    23 Upper O’Connell Street, Dublin 1
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    Category: Moderate

    Drawing all sort of famous guests over the decades, this is a central four-star hotel.