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On the Dart

The DART is the rail line running along the coast of Dublin, from Malahide and Howth southwards as far as Greystones, Co Wicklow.

You can connect to the regular train service for communities north of Dublin, right up to Belfast.

DART services begin after 06:00 on weekday mornings, and stop running before midnight 

Train schedules are available at most stations however you can click the link below to access maps and timetables

http://www.irishrail.ie/timetables

So many locals and tourists commute along the DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transit) regularily with their head in a book or newspaper and don`t really realise the array of amenities along route.

There are lots of exciting places you can visit from villages and historical sites  to fab restaurants and scenery


See listings below !

 

 
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Bray
                       
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Bray is a busy urban centre and seaside town .It is known as the Gateway to Wicklow.Situated in northern County Wicklow and about 20 km (12 mi) south of Dublin on the eastern coast. The town straddles the Dublin-Wicklow border, with a portion of the northern suburbs situated in County Dublin. It is an attraction for tourists and locals alike , especially on the weekends in the good weather read more  

Dalkey
              
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Dalkey is a stylish and historic little village situated at the southern end of Dublin bay. It is one of the most attractive Dart stops and when you step off the Dart you are right in the centre of the village.It has a lot to offer from fantastic views , Dalkey island, lots of history , art galleries, cafes,great restaurants and pubs.Lots of famous stars live in Dalkey and can very often read more  
Dun Laoghaire
           
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Dun Laoghaire is a popular port town just 11km (7 miles) south of Dublin.Blessed with lovely coastal walks, amazing views and lovely parks it is popular with tourists and locals alike. The Dart station is situated right in the centre so everything is within easy access.Very popular for festivals , music and family events throughout the year and these are advertised in detail on a great read more  

Greystones
                          
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Greystones is the last stop on the Dart and is located on the east coast just south of Bray Head. Originally a small fishing village, Greystones has grown significantly over the past number of years but has not lost its friendly and welcoming village atmosphere. With frequent rail connections to Dublin and excellent motorway access to the N11 Greystones is a great place to visit for a read more  

Howth
                          
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Howth is a gem not to be missed.  It is located on the peninsula of Howth Head, which begins around 13 km (8 mi) east-north-east of Dublin city and is the last stop on the Dart. It is a lovely place and embraces the old and the new. Situated on the coast ,steeped in history , with lots to do and some breathtaking scenes make Howth a great day out. The Dart station is right in the read more  

Malahide
                       
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Malahide is a lovely village situated on the coast. It exudes charm and is a fun, fashionable place to visit. Malahide has lots of historical attractions to keep the visitor busy. The Dart station is situated right in the village so it is only a couple of minutes walk to the main attractions.It is full of history - chiefly the Danes in the 8th century and the Normans in the 12th read more  

Temple Bar
                    
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Temple Bar, Dublin’s Cultural Quarter, is a maze of cobbled streets nestled in the heart of the city on the south bank of the River Liffey and is a ‘must see’ for everyone. Located within walking distance of the Dart stations Tara Street  or Pearse Street. If you are looking for something different ? Why not browse Temple Bar’s myriad of small read more  

 
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