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How to get a ride with Uber from the airport
Open your app to request a ride
When you’re ready, open your app to request a ride. Choose the option that suits your group size and luggage needs.
Follow directions in the app
You’ll get directions about a pickup point directly in the app. Signs might also be available at the airport.
Meet your driver
Go to your assigned pickup location as specified by the app. Please note, this location may not always be at your nearest exit. If you can’t find your driver, contact them through the app.
Dublin Airport tips and advice
Wifi at Dublin Airport
At Dublin Airport, wifi is unlimited and free. All you need to do is connect to the network, and you can start browsing. There’s no need to sign up or log in.
Dublin Airport parking
Dublin Airport parking offers both long- and short-term options. Dublin Airport short-term parking is just minutes from arrivals and departures, and there are about 18,600 long-term parking spaces.
Luggage storage at Dublin Airport
You can store your luggage at the Excess Baggage service in the arrivals hall at Terminal 1, to keep luggage safe and protected during an airport transfer. At this facility, you can also take advantage of bag-wrapping services.
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Dublin Airport terminals
Uber is the ideal choice for travelers arriving to or departing from DUB Airport. Dublin Airport is an international airport that serves more than 20 million passengers every year, making it one of the busiest transport hubs in Europe. Dublin Airport is about 10 kilometers (6 miles) north of Dublin’s city center, close to the M1 and M50 motorways, and it’s easily accessible by car, bus, taxi, shuttle, or Uber.
Dublin Airport terminals
Dublin Airport is served by 2 main terminals: Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. Terminal 2 is notable, as it contains US pre-clearance facilities, which allows you to go through US customs checks and passport control while still in Dublin. As such, when you arrive in the US it will be as if you had flown domestically, saving you a huge amount of time and the stress of a long wait stateside.
- Air Canada
- Cathay Pacific
- Aer Lingus
Dublin Airport restaurants
Whether you want to find a relaxing spot before your flight or you need your daily coffee fix, there’s a massive choice of Dublin Airport restaurants to explore. At Terminal 1, you can pick up some luxury Irish food at Wrights of Howth, while the Gourmet Burger Kitchen at Terminal 2 is ideal for a preflight meal. There is also a great selection of Dublin Airport bars to choose from.
Getting around DUB Airport
Dublin Airport is easily walkable, while a complimentary shuttle connects T1 and T2.
Things to do at Dublin Airport
With more than 100 brands available at Dublin Airport shops, even the most discerning shopper has plenty of choices. The Loop in Terminals 1 and 2 features an enormous selection of world-renowned stores, from Jo Malone and Chanel to Dior and MAC. And because the airport is duty-free, shoppers can expect large discounts, with some goods up to 40% cheaper than outside the airport.
Dublin Airport showers
Although showers are not available for the majority of passengers, one of the airport lounges does provide access to Dublin Airport showers, allowing you to stay refreshed before or after your flight.
Hotels near Dublin Airport
Guests can find several Dublin Airport hotels within the immediate vicinity of the airport, making them the perfect choices for those arriving in Ireland in the early-morning hours. For those who can venture farther into Dublin, a wide range of budget and upscale accommodations options await.
Points of interest near Dublin Airport
If you’re on a layover at Dublin Airport, there are lots of things to see and do in the nearby area, although it’s worth noting that due to the journey time (around 40 minutes to one hour), it’s best to give yourself plenty of time. Within Dublin city center, there are numerous historical and cultural sites to see, including:
- Dublin Castle
- Guinness Storehouse
- Irish Whiskey Museum
- Kilmainham Gaol
- Richmond Barracks
Find more information about Dublin International Airport here.