The UIC - the worldwide professional association representing the railway sector - is promoting rail as a sustainable mode of travel at COP21, the United Nations Conference on Climate Change in Paris, November to December 2015.
The European Rugby Champions Cup kicks off on the 13th November with the top names in European rugby competing for that elusive spot in Grand Stade de Lyon on the 14th May 2016.
Take the train to the 3Arena with our fantastic online fares there's only One way to travel. The DART is the perfect way to get you there and with Connolly Station only being a 20min walk away.
Getting to the RDS couldn't be easier by train. Plus there is free Wi-Fi on our trains!
Take the family on a day out with our fantastic Family Fares or avail of our discounts when you use a Leap Card.
The close knit town of Kilkenny is at heart of all the action. It is often referred to as the cultural heartbeat of Ireland and once you are there you will see why!
Looking for a memorable trip away? Whether it’s a city break or a longer stay that you crave, Belfast brings all the elements of the ideal trip to the table. From a buzzing nightlife to unique and exciting ways to spend the day, Belfast is a universally great spot for all to treasure and enjoy. Read our blog to explore all of the wonderful things that await you in Belfast.
Planning to visit Dublin? This summer, wrap the sights, sounds and tastes of Dublin around you like a light summer shawl as you soak up the vibe of the city. Make a splash on its beaches, explore the heritage steeped landmarks or simply sit back and relish the aroma of the fresh sea salt air and the traditional music that fills the air.
As the capital of Co. Clare, Ennis is a picturesque and historic market town world famous for its traditional Irish music with year round music festivals and trad sessions. Fun, relaxation and adventure awaits with Ennis being a centrally loctaed tourist spot and the ideal location with the train station only a walk away from major attractions such as:
The rugged scenery, wind-swept headlands, crystal waters and pristine beaches are what make the West of Ireland ideal for lovers of the outdoors. Adventures and a touch of adrenaline make the perfect accompaniment to the breath-taking views. This summer why not make the trip and discover the awe-inspiring landscapes, wildlife, heritage, culture and people for yourself.