Dublin train stations

Below you’ll find information about the main Dublin train stations and the services that run from them. To see a full overview of railway stations in Dublin, you can download our Dublin rail map.


Intercity train stations in Dublin

There are three main stations in Central Dublin where you can catch long-distance, intercity trains. These are Connolly, Heuston and Pearse (with the majority of Intercity services running from Connolly and Heuston).

Connolly Station

 

Address: Amiens Street, Dublin D01 V6V6
Services: Intercity, Commuter, DART, Luas
Main Intercity destinations: Belfast, Rosslare, Wexford, Sligo

Heuston Station

 

Address: St. Johns Road West, Dublin 8
Services: Intercity, Commuter, Luas
Main Intercity services: Cork, Limerick, Waterford, Galway, Mayo and Kerry.

Pearse Station

 

Address: Westland Row, Dublin D02 T958
Services: Intercity, Commuter, DART
Main Intercity destinations: Wexford, Rosslare


Suburban services (DART and Commuter)

The main Central Dublin stations for suburban services (DART and Commuter) are listed below, along with some of the key destinations served.

  • Connolly — trains to Arklow, Dundalk, Greystones, Howth, Longford, Maynooth and Newbridge.

  • Docklands — trains to M3 Parkway.

  • Grand Canal Dock — trains to Greystones and Howth.

  • Heuston — trains to Athlone, Carlow and Portlaoise

  • Pearse — trains to Arklow, Dundalk, Greystones, Howth, Longford, Maynooth and Newbridge.

  • Tara Street — trains to Arklow, Dundalk, Greystones, Howth, Longford, Maynooth and Newbridge.

These are only some of the destinations served however — please see our Dublin rail map for a full overview of the routes and intermediate stops.


Airport bus connections with Dublin train stations

If you would like to get to transfer from Dublin Airport onto the Irish rail network (or vice versa), we suggest catching a 747 or 757 Airlink bus.

  • Connolly Station is adjacent to Busaras (the Central Bus Station), which is served by both the 747 and 757 bus routes.

  • Heuston Station is served by both the 747 and 757 bus routes.

  • Pearse Station is served by the 757 bus route.

See our Dublin airport bus section for more information on these and other bus routes from Dublin airport, or take a look at our Dublin rail map, which highlights the interchanges between Airlink bus routes and the rail and tram network.


Tram stops

In addition to the railway stations listed above, there are nearly 70 tram stops in Dublin, many of which are located in the city centre. Please see our Dublin trams section or view our Dublin rail map for more information.


See also