Dublin is the capital city of Ireland and is situated on the east coast mid way between Wexford and Belfast.
Dublin is serviced by new motorways between Dublin to Belfast, Cork, Galway, Limerick and Waterford.
Dublin Airport Ireland Campervans is the main entry point to Ireland and is normally the first taste of Ireland for a large percentage of visitors.
Campervan Dublin is situated adjacent to Dublin Airport terminal building.
Simply get a taxi to the rental centre nearby it will be less than 10 Euro.
Dublin airport Ireland campervans if you would like to rent a Motorhome or Campervan in Ireland for your holiday, we have several suppliers in the Dublin area.
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Dublin Airport Ireland Campervans Useful Links
Dublin Airport Website – http://www.dublinairport.com – Lots of really useful information on Dublin Airport, including Live Flight Information, Parking, Maps and Commuter Centre, with informaiton on Direct Bus Services to and from Dublin Airport.
Bus Services between Dublin Airport and Dublin City Centre – http://www.aircoach.ie and http://www.dublinbus.ie – Information, Timetables and Prices on the various Bus, Coach and Shuttle Services to and from Dublin Airport and Dublin City Centre.
Bus Service from Dublin and Dublin Airport to and from many parts of Ireland – http://www.jjkavanagh.ie – Excellent Value bus and coach service. Kavanaghs have many routes, and they have frequent services scheduled throughout the day. Full details and timetables are available on their website.
Motorways in Ireland
- M1, part of the Dublin – Belfast route: from M50 J3 at Dublin Airport to Thistle Cross (just north of Dundalk) (where it reverts to the N1 numbering as a dual carriageway up to the border with Northern Ireland, where it continues without interruption as the A1 dual carriageway to the M1 and on to Belfast).
- M2, part of the Dublin – Derry/Letterkenny route: from just north of M50 J5 to just north of Ashbourne, County Meath, (where it reverts to a single-carriageway road (N2) as far as the border, then continues as the A5 to Derry or recrosses the border to become the N14 to Letterkenny).
- M3, part of the Dublin – Cavan/Enniskillen/Donegal route: from Clonee (on N3 from M50 J6) to Kells bypass.
- M4, part of the Dublin – Sligo route: from Lucan (on N4 from M50 J7) to Kinnegad.
- M6, part of the Dublin – Galway route: leaves M4 at J11 near Kinnegad, ending at the N18 crossing where it reverts to the N6 dual carriageway around Galway.
- M7, part of the Dublin – Limerick route: begins at the Naas bypass at the end of the N7 Naas Road dual carriageway from M50 J9 and continues to Rossbrien outside Limerick where the motorway forms an interchange with the N18 & M20 routes at junction 30.
- M8, part of the Dublin – Cork route: branches off the M7 at junction 19 and continues to the Dunkettle interchange outside Cork where it forms an interchange with the N25 and N40 routes.
- M9, part of the Dublin – Waterford route: branches off the M7 at junction 11 and continues towards the Quarry Roundabout outside Waterford where it forms a junction with the N24.
- M11, two separate parts of the Dublin – Wexford route: the southern tip of the M50 to the west side of Bray and from Coyne’s Cross to just South of Gorey.
- M17, part of the Galway – Sligo route: begins at junction 18 on the M6 and continues to a terminus roundabout on the outskirts of Tuam. Continues northbound towards Sligo as the N17.
- M18, part of the Limerick – Galway route: begins at junction 9 for Shannon Airport from the N18 dual carriageway from the Rossbrien Interchange in Limerick and continues to junction 18 with a junction on the M6 for Galway and then finishes at Tuam.
- M50, 45 km (28 miles) C – shaped ring road that forms a bypass of Dublin. The motorway connects to all the national primary routes from Dublin to the main cities and regions of Ireland as well as Dublin City centre.
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Thank you for making the arrangements for picking up the Motorhome we collected at the Red Cow Luas depot at the Red Cow roundabout. As we were staying in a hotel in the city centre this suited us as we just got a tram known in Dublin as the Luas and got the Luas to the terminus at The red Cow roundabout. Thank you for your help in letting us know all the details as this made our trip pretty faultless.