Travelling around Ireland is easily done by rail or road. Whether you want to experience the cities or regional areas, there are great transport options available nationwide.
Visitors in Dublin will find the public transport frequent and extensive, with the city being a place where you can explore with options. Passengers can use the tram to get around Dublin centre or travel along the scenic coast by train. In Belfast, there are the metro lines which operate throughout the city.
Those who wish to venture beyond the main cities can find numerous rail services that service Ireland. Routes aimed at tourists such as the Wild Atlantic Way and the Ireland’s Ancient East, make planning easier for holiday makers.

Rail networks servicing the island of Ireland are Irish Rail in the Republic of Ireland and NI Railways in Northern Ireland.
A light rail service, operates south and west of Dublin city, which includes the city centre.

If travelling with Irish Rail, try to book tickets online as savings can be found with certain tickets. NI Railways tickets must be bought at the station.  Check NI Railways and Irish Rail websites for information on family tickets and tourist tickets.

Information sourced from Trade Ireland &