Looking for a healthy way to get around on your next trip to Dublin City?
Why not rent a Dublin Bike for yourself, your partner, friends or family and tour Dublin at your leisure?!!!
Dublin Bikes have 44 Stations located around the City Centre, in adjacent to the Castle Hotel there are 11 stations, which are, Parnell Square North*, O Connell Street*, Cathal Brugha Street, Bolton Street, Smithfield, Smithfield North*, Eccles Street, Mountjoy Square West, Jervis Street* & Bolton Street*, Stations marked with a star are fitted with credit card terminals for your convenience….No matter which direction you are travelling to/from there is a Dublin Bike Stations in a place convenient for you.
The 44 Dublin Bike Stations are located throughout the City Centre to enable easy access and optimal use; all Stations are located in close proximity to each other and every station has a minimum of 15 stands in situ making it easy to enjoy the Dublin bikes service. All stations have a terminal and all terminals accept a Long Term Hire Card and a 3 Day Ticket. 15 of the 44 terminals have credit card facilities enabling you to purchase a 3 Day Ticket. It couldn’t be easier for you!
Dublin Bike Stations are open from 5.30am to 12.30am daily. Your Dublin Bike can be returned 24 hours a day and can be used by anyone from 14 years of age.
To avail of the Dublin Bike service please see www.dublinbikes.ie to subscribe for a Hire Card. A Long Term Hire Card is 10.00 Euro or 3 Day Ticket is 2.00 Euro & can be purchased online and the first 30 minutes of use is free of charge on every Dublin Bike. Enjoy!!
Dublin Bikes Update
Did you know that Dublin Bikes are expanding their number of stations??!
Some of the new stations will include Great Denmark Street – where you will find the Castle Hotel and the new station is located just across the road where you will also find the O’Reilly Theatre. That means better accessibility for you on your next visit to Dublin. All of the new stations are all underway and will be available for use in the near future
Another new station will include Kilmainham Jail, so you can take the healthier option when travelling through the City Centre and see some of the sights on your list of things to do in Dublin and save money and time from using public transport and travel at a time at suits you!!
Other new terminals that are underway across Dublin City Centre include the O2 (Stop named The Point) also Collins Barracks Museum, City Quay, Georges Dock, Dame Court, King Street North, New Central Bank, Grand Canal Dock, Barrow Street, North Circular Road, North Circular Road, Oliver Bond Street, Royal Hospital, Parkgate Street, Wolfe Tone Street, Hanover Quay, Matter Hospital and South Dock Road to name a few.
Some newly opened stations include Convention Centre Dublin, Excise Walk, York Street - East and West, Clonmel Street, Mount Street Lower and Fenian Street.
So think again when travelling to Dublin and take advantage of over 80 bike stations located across the City Centre and avail of this great service.