Travel to Maynooth
Maynooth is very accessible to both national and international delegates, most of the information that you need is on the Maynooth University website.
Travel by Air
Maynooth is less than an hour’s travel from Dublin International Airport, and there are a range of options that you can use. There are some from the Dublin Airport website, and some highlighted below.
- The Airport Hopper is a very popular and hassle free option which takes you directly from the Airport to Maynooth (and return).
- Bus and train: You can take a bus from Dublin Airport to Drumcondra Station (Dublin Bus 16A or 41: Please note that you need exact change if paying in cash on Dublin Bus). Once at Drumcondra station, take the train to Maynooth. Note that the train service to Maynooth runs every 30-45min depending on the time of the day, but is less frequent on Sundays. Full details are available from the Irish Rail website.
- Alternatively, you can get a bus to the city centre and travel using one of the options listed below.
- Taxi: A taxi from the airport to Maynooth can cost more than €50, with a cab rank just outside the airport. Alternatively, local companies (for example Maynooth Cabs* (+353 1) 628 9999) can be pre-booked to meet you at the airport.
Travel from Dublin City Centre to Maynooth
To get to Maynooth by public transport from Dublin City Centre, the easiest options are the bus or train.
- You can take the 66, 67, or 66x buses. Note that the 66x is an express service. Full details are available from the Dublin Bus website. Please note that you need exact change if paying on the bus.
- You can take the train. Full details are available from the Maynooth University or Irish Rail websites.
Travel by Car
Full details are available from the Maynooth University website. Please note that during the conference, parking charges will not be enforced. However, delegates are advised to not park in pay per hour parking places.