The ICGP, 4/5 Lincoln Place, Dublin 2, Ireland
Tel: 01 6763705, Fax: 01 6765850
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The DART is a public, rapid train that runs through the city centre to the northern and southern extremities of the city. Pearse Street is the closest DART stop to the ICGP. It is located within 5 minutes walk.
By Air (Dublin Airport)
There is a taxi rank outside the arrivals area at Dublin airport. A one way fare to the city centre takes from 30-45 minutes (depending on traffic) and costs approximately €20.
From Dublin Airport
N1 from Dublin Airport to the ICGP. Take M1/N1 to city centre. This route takes you through Drumcondra, onto Dorset Street. Turn left off Dorset Street at the 'Auld Triangle' pub onto Gardiner Street. Go straight down Gardiner Street and at the sixth set of traffic lights take the left onto Beresford Place with the IFSC on your left hand side and bear right onto Memorial Road. Cross over the River Liffey onto Moss Street. Take the second left onto Townsend Street and your first right onto Lombard Street East. Continue straight through 3 sets of traffic lights. The ICGP will be visible straight ahead at the junction at the top of Westland Row.
From Naas N7/Cork
Take the N7 from Naas to Dublin. Following the signs to the city centre, you will join up with the N4 at Kilmainham. Continue down to Heuston Station and over the bridge. Continue along the quays keeping the river on your right to O'Connell Bridge and turn right over the bridge onto D'Olier Street, then College Green and around by Trinity College on to Nassau Street. For the ICGP, keep left and veer left at the traffic lights onto Lincoln Place, staying in the right hand lane. The ICGP is on the right hand side.