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Get from Dublin Airport to Dundalk, or from Dundalk to Dublin Airport, with Expressway Route X100 via Drogheda. With luxury leather seats, charging points, and free 4G WiFi, we’ll get you to and from Dublin Airport conveniently and in comfort. Advance online booking is advised due to limited seating on airport routes. Journey time from Dundalk to Dublin Airport is approximately one hour and 55 minutes.
Expressway Route X100 from Dundalk arrives directly into Dublin Airport, convenient to passengers travelling internationally from both terminals. From Dublin, the x100 arrives into Dundalk bus station.
P = Pick-up stop only.
D = Drop-off stop only.
C = Operates during College terms only.
SSuX = Operates Monday to Friday only.
No services on Christmas Day. Enquire about St.Stephen's Day services.
Services Ex Wilton Terrace also pick up at: Dublin (Baggot St Lower); Dublin (Fitzwilliam Square); Dublin (Leeson St Ormonde House); Dublin (Dawson St); and operate via Dublin Port Tunnel.
Services to Wilton Terrace operate via Dublin Port Tunnel, also drop-off at: Dublin (Opp IFSC); Dublin (D'olier St); Dublin (Trinity College); Dublin (Kildare Street); Dublin (Leeson St Lower Cus).
Customers travelling to Dublin Airport are advised to plan their coach journey so as to arrive at the airport at least one hour before the recommended check-in time shown on their airline tickets.
Part of Ireland’s Ancient East, Dundalk and its surrounding areas offer a wide array of activities for people of all ages.
Experience the history of Dundalk and Co. Louth from the Mesolithic era to the present day in this award-winning museum housed in a beautifully restored 18th century warehouse that was once part of Dundalk Distillery.
Bet on the best night out at Dundalk Stadium, the only floodlit, all-weather horse racing track in Ireland, and the world’s only dual-purpose horse and greyhound track.
Located on the grounds of Ballymascanlon House Hotel at the foot of the Cooley Mountains, this 18-hole golf course incorporates woodland, streams, lakes, and the hotel’s Victorian walled garden, offering variety at every turn.
Carlingford, part of Ireland’s Ancient East, is just a short distance from Dundalk. Hugely popular with families, as well as with stag and hen party groups, the area is jam-packed with things to see and do, from lakeside watersports and fine dining, to outdoor adventure activities and spa experiences.
Visible for miles around, Castle Roche commands exceptional views of the surrounding countryside from its rocky hilltop. Believed to have been built in 1236 by Lady Rohesia de Verdun after the death of her husband, legend has it that she promised her hand in marriage to the castle’s architect but had him thrown from the window when he came to claim his payment.
The latest revolution in fun and fitness for all ages, bouncing around Air Bound is a great way to spend an afternoon working up a sweat! With hundreds of square metres of interlocking trampolines covering the floors and going up the walls, you won’t want to leave.
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