Travel Information

Getting to Bray by air, rail or road
Bray is situated on the east coast, and can be reached travelling south bound from Dublin city for approximately 30km along the N11 (Dublin/Rosslare) National Primary Route. See Google Map for further directions.

The town is situated 1 hour by car south of Dublin Airport, and transport from the airport to the town is services by an Air Coach (blue bus) service which runs each quarter hour from outside Terminal One. (ask attendants to point you to the correct bus). 

A number of public transport options exist to reach the town. The town is serviced by the following Dublin Bus Routes : 45, 45A, 84, 184 and 185. Full timetables Click Here

A special nightlink bus service is available to return festival goers to Dublin City Centre following late night concerts. These buses are run by Finnegan's Coaches and leave from Bray Main Street (opposite Royal Hotel) for O'Connell St, Dublin, at 12.15am, and at 2.15am each night. Tickets are priced €5. 

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DART (Dublin Rapid Transport) services run with frequency from Dublin city centre (Tara, Connolly and Pearse Stations). A timetable for services is available here.

Luas tram services on the Dublin Blue Line reach to within 5 miles of Bray. Commuters can link to the other public transport (bus) networks, or reach the town by taxi.