Planifica tu transporte - Phoenix Park

Route Guide for the Phoenix Park

Site Overview Map - Travel Options and Services for Closing Mass, Phoenix Park, Sunday 26th August

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Detailed Routes - Travel Options and Services for Final Mass at Phoenix Park

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Travel Options and Services - Great Dublin Area Access and Routes Map

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Planifica tu transporte - Phoenix Park

  • Elige el medio de transporte que utilizarás para llegar al Parque Fénix con la debida antelación. Recomendamos encarecidamente hacer uso del transporte público o grupal (autocares) para este evento.
  • El transporte público y los autocares tendrán prioridad y te dejarán en el punto más cercano al Parque Fénix.
  • No será posible ir hasta el Parque Fénix o sus inmediaciones en automóvil.

Opciones e información de transporte

Las siguientes páginas web ofrecen más información sobre las opciones de transporte para asistir al evento:

- Transport for Ireland information for the 26th August 2018.

- Gov.ie information on Transport for the 26th August 2018.

Travelling to the event by Public Transport 

Please note that you will not be able to drive to or close to the Phoenix Park on Sunday 26th August. You will get closer to the Mass by using Public Transport and you will be shortening your walk.

Dublin Bus, Luas and DART services are free on Sunday 26 August once you show your Mass Ticket.

For those travelling  from outside Dublin using Public Transport: Please book your seat.  We understand from public transport operators (including Bus Eireann, Irish Rail and Translink) that a lot of people have yet to formally book their ticket on rail or bus. Given the large volumes of people travelling to this event, we urge you to book your ticket now to ensure you can travel on the day.

There are also a number of Private Bus operators running services for the Papal Mass. All information on these and public transport options are listed on the Transport for Ireland website. 

Your ‘print at home’ ticket, when issued, will include your colour route into and out of the Phoenix Park.

Register your Coach

If you already have your tickets and you have not registered your coach, please click on this link.

Please note that this is only to register your coach and no tickets can be booked through the link. Thank you
 

Getting around Dublin & Ireland

Traveling in Ireland by rail 
Ireland's rail services are a comfortable and convenient way to travel around the country.

Ireland’s rail networks serve the island with Irish Rail in the Republic and Northern Ireland Railways operating in Northern Ireland. The Dart (Dublin Area Rapid Transit) serves Dublin’s coast and city area from Howth and Malahide in north County Dublin via Dun Laoghaire in south County Dublin to Greystones in County Wicklow. Another way to travel in Dublin city is by Luas, the light rail service that travels across the south and west of the city including the city center areas. 

Iarnrod Eireann  
1850 366 222 (Monday to Friday 9am to 6pm)
www.irishrail.ie

Bus Éireann (National)
1850 836611 (Monday to Saturday 8:30am to 6pm)
www.buseireann.ie

Dublin Bus (Dublin)
Phone no. 01873 4222 ( Monday to Saturday 8:30am to 6pm)
www.dublinbus.ie

Luas (Light Rail Dublin)
Luas Locall 1850 300 604
www.luas.ie

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This information is updated on an ongoing basis so please check back regularly.

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Holy Cross Diocesan Centre,

Clonliffe Road, Dublin 3, Ireland

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