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train from Dublin

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train from Dublin

hi my sister and i are staying at the osprey hotel,would it b possible 2 get the train from dublin .How much would a taxi cost

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1. Re: train from Dublin

Hi benji55,

Is that the Osprey Hotel in Naas?

Several trains pass through Kildare town, but I don't know how you get to Naas. Maybe the local poster can help.

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....meant to say "local posters".......:)

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A taxi to Naas will be expensive. I paid €70 on one occasion, but expect to pay at least €50.

You can take a train from Heuston station to Sallins and there is a shuttle bus to take you the short journey to Naas

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There is a regular bus service from Dublin too and that will drop you in the centre of Naas. The journey is about an hour long. The Osprey Hotel is in the centre of town.

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thinking of driving from belfast,everyone tells me its grand, is it easy enough from dyblin to naas

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Yes the drive is fine and you will be in Naas in less than 3 hours, unless you hit heavy traffic around Dublin

Take the M1 to just past Dublin Airport, then join the M50 southbound, contiuning to the junction with N7 and take the N& to Naas

The M50 has barrier free tolling. Here's how you can pay:

•Pay online at www.eflow.ie

•Pay in 'Payzone' branded outlets nationwide. A list of these outlets at which you can make payment for the M50 toll are listed at www.payzone.ie and

•LoCall 1890 50 10 50 and pay by credit card to the customer service representative.

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thanks so much,would nt have had a clue about the tolls,still deciding to drive or get train,don t want 2 drive unless i have 2.Can u get a bus or train from oconnell street station 2 naas

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From Connolly Station you have two options:

1. Take the LUAS tram to Heuston Station and take a commuter line train to Sallins/Naas station. There is a free shuttle from here into Naas town centre

Here's the time-table

irishrail.ie/your_journey/…2010.pdf

2. Take the 126 bus from the Connolly LUAS stop to Naas

Timetable here:

www.buseireann.ie/pdf/1274694471-126.pdf

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thank you very much soonas,have you any idea of cost

thanks again

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10. Re: train from Dublin

The online bus fare from Bus Eireann is shown as €5.75 adult single

I'm not sure about the train but I think it's about €4.30 with an add-on of €1.40 for the LUAS (these are one-way fares). If taking the train buy a combined LUAS/train ticket at Connolly, as it is cheaper than paying separately.

If the timetable suits, and you are not travelling through the city at rush hour, I think the bus might be easier

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