The Luas (which means “speed” in Irish) is the name of the Dublin tramway. Ideal for quick trips in the city centre, this tramway is another alternative to get around without the need for buses or DART… With a price equivalent to those of the capital’s buses, the Luas has been serving more than 90,000 passengers every day throughout Dublin since 2004, thus relieving the high demand for public transport…
The Luas consists of 2 distinct lines:
Each line is served between once and twice an hour and is more punctual than the city buses. The journeys are particularly fast and the location of the stations is rather strategic to allow you to reach the main points of Dublin without having to walk too much .
The Luas has prices equivalent to those charged by Dublin Bus, Dublin’s official bus company. Fares vary according to the number of areas of Dublin you will be travelling through . Here is an overview of the prices:
|One-Way Adult||Return trip Adult||Go between 07:45 and 09:30 Adult||One-Way-Simple Child||Round trip Child||7 days||30 days|
|Green Line Rates||1,50 €||2,90 €||1,60 €||0,80 €||1,50 €||11,90 €||47,50 €|
|Red Line Fares||1,50 €||2,90 €||1,60 €||0,80 €||1,50 €||11,90 €||47,50 €|
Tickets for the Luas can be bought at ticket machines located near the tramway stations.
You will then be able to take subscriptions, day tickets or tickets for a longer period of time (see prices above).
Be careful when buying your ticket : keep it carefully because there are many controllers on the Luas…