HOW TO GET THERE

DUBLIN

Dublin is a small and friendly city of 1.5 million people, making for an attractive conference and incentive destination. As the capital of Ireland, Dublin combines both culture and technology and is also a UNESCO World City of Literature. In Dublin you can experience both a pleasant atmosphere and vibrant culture.

Filled with Irish warmth, Kildare Village is the top luxury shopping center located in the rich cultural heritage of Dublin.

GETTING TO THE VILLAGE

Whether traveling by car, train, bus or on the Shopping Express®, see all the details you need to know on how to get to the Village below.

BY CAR

Kildare Village is a quick and convenient place to reach.

The Village is located at exit 13 off the M7 less than an hour's drive from Dublin Airport and Dublin city centre on the motorway linking Dublin and Limerick.

Sat Nav: N 53° 9’ 16” W 6° 55’ 2”

Park free of charge at Kildare Village in one of our 2000 parking spaces.

Address:
Kildare Village,
Nurney Road,
Kildare town,
County Kildare

DUBLIN COACH

Dublin coach has been an industry leader in the transport sector since they first began their service operation in 2007. Since then, they have developed multiple services nationwide whilst always maintaining the company slogan of providing ‘Quality in Transport’ at an affordable price. Dublin Coach operate a public coach service from Kerry direct to Kildare Village 17 times daily, Ennis direct to Kildare Village 18 times daily and Limerick and Dublin to Kildare Village 35 times daily. Join our network at Dublin Coach.

To view the timetable for Dublin Coach services to Kildare Village, click here.

TRAINS

Catch the half-hourly direct service from Dublin Heuston station for the 35-minute journey to Kildare town. Trains also operate from Cork, Limerick, Waterford and Portlaoise.

Tickets can be purchased from the booking office in Heuston Station or at www.IrishRail.ie

The complimentary Kildare Village shuttle bus will meet you at Kildare train station.

To confirm times of shuttle bus please contact the Kildare Village Tourist Information Centre on +353 (0)45 520501.

By Plane

The nearest airport to Kildare Village is Dublin Airport, which is a 50-minute drive north east of the Village.

Other convenient airports include Cork Airport and Shannon Airport, both a two and a half hour drive to Kildare Village.

The Kildare Village Shopping Express® coach operated by JJ Kavanagh runs from Dublin and Shannon airports to Kildare Village.

Please see 'getting here by car' above for directions and sat nav co-ordinates.

BY SHOPPING EXPRESS®

The Kildare Village Shopping Express® coach service is operated by JJ Kavanagh with more than 49 coaches to the Village each week from Dublin Airport, Dublin City Centre, Shannon Airport and Limerick City.

Book your Shopping Express® tickets online up to 24 hours prior to the day of travel or directly from the bus driver on the coach.

Available Online Here

Book on Qyer Here

Book on Ctrip Here

Schedule of Services

TO THE VILLAGE FROM DUBLIN

Service 1
10:45 - Departure from: Dublin Airport, Dublin. View location
11:15 - Departure from: Georges Quay, Dublin. View location
12:10 - Arrival at: Kildare Village, Kildare Town.

Service 2
12:30 - Departure from: Dublin Airport, Dublin. View location
13:00 - Departure from: Georges Quay, Dublin. View location
13:50 - Arrival at: Kildare Village, Kildare Town.

Service 3
15:15 - Departure from: Dublin Airport, Dublin. View location
16:00 - Departure from: Georges Quay, Dublin. View location
16:50 - Arrival at: Kildare Village, Kildare Town.

FROM THE VILLAGE TO DUBLIN

Service 1
13:35 - Departure from: Kildare Village, Kildare Town.
14:40 - Arrival at: George Quay, Dublin. View location
15:15 - Arrival at: Dublin Airport, Dublin. View location

Service 2
15:35 - Departure from: Kildare Village, Kildare Town.
16:40 - Arrival at: Georges Quay, Dublin. View location
17:15 - Arrival at: Dublin Airport, Dublin. View location

Service 3
17:40 - Departure from: Kildare Village, Kildare Town.
18:30 - Arrival at: Georges Quay, Dublin. View location
19:15 - Arrival at: Dublin Airport, Dublin. View location

Service 4
19:50 - Departure from: Kildare Village, Kildare Town.
20:40 - Arrival at: Georges Quay, Dublin. View location
21:25 - Arrival at: Dublin Airport, Dublin. View location

All times, pick up locations and prices are subject to confirmation at the time of booking.

TICKET PRICES
Adult Ticket
Adult Return €10.00
Child Ticket
Child Return €7.50 (Up to 12 years of age)

TRAVELLING FROM NORTHERN IRELAND

By coach

McCombs Luxury Coach Travel provides monthly shopping trips from Northern Ireland to Kildare Village. Pick-up points are in Newtownabbey, Belfast, Lisburn and Banbridge. The cost of the day out is £25, which includes return transfers and a VIP Day Card, entitling visitors to 10% off purchases.

Book Here or telephone +44 (0)28 9031 5333

By car

From Belfast take the M1 to Lisburn. At Lisburn take the A1 exit and continue on the A1 (by-passing Banbridge and Newry), then the N1 and onto the M1 toward Dublin (by-passing Dundalk, Drogheda, Ballbriggan and Swords).

Merge onto the M50 south-bound. Take exit 9 from the M50 onto the N7 in the direction of Cork/Limerick.

Follow the N7 until it becomes the M7. Leave the M7 at exit 13 for Kildare Town/Nurney. Take the third exit off the roundabout for Kildare; crossing over the motorway take the first exit at the roundabout and at the next roundabout take the third exit for the Kildare Village.

By train

A frequent train service operates from Belfast to Dublin Connolly station. Take the LUAS (tram) from outside Connolly station across the city to Heuston station or from Dublin city centre take the Shopping Express® coach service.

Click here for details on the train service from Belfast to Dublin.

McCombs Luxury Coach Travel provides monthly shopping trips from Northern Ireland to Kildare Village. Pick-up points are in Newtownabbey, Belfast, Lisburn and Banbridge. The cost of the day out is £25, which includes return transfers and a VIP Day Card, entitling visitors to 10% off purchases.

Book Here or telephone +44 (0)28 9031 5333

OTHER TRAVEL OPTIONS

Chauffeur Drive

Plan your visit to Kildare Village in comfort and style with a luxury chauffeur-driven service. This service offers you a luxury private transfer from Dublin city and Dublin airport. This service not only provides exceptional quality but also offers flexible waiting times allowing you to enjoy stress-free shopping in the Village.

To Book Click

LOCAL ATTRACTIONS

ROUND TOWER AND ST BRIGID'S CATHEDRAL

Built by the Norman Bishop Ralph of Bristol in 1223, Kildare Cathedral was built in the early gothic style with a square central tower. The grounds are home to a Celtic cross and a twelfth-century round tower, which offers panoramic views of the town and countryside.

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IRISH NATIONAL STUD

The Irish National Stud is home to some of Ireland's finest and most famous racehorses. Join a guided tour of the farm, visit the state-of-the-art Horse Museum, and wander around the internationally acclaimed Japanese Gardens.

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THE CURRAGH RACECOURSE

From March to October, the Curragh hosts the best flat racing in the country including all five Classic races – the Irish Guineas Festival, the Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby, the Darley Irish Oaks and The Irish Field St. Leger.

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NEWBRIDGE SILVERWARE

Ireland's premier designer and producer of homeware and giftware, the Newbridge Silverware Visitor Centre houses a Museum of Style Icons featuring artefacts associated with Hollywood Stars including Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe, Princess Grace, Princess Diana, Michael Jackson, the Beatles and many more.

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CASTLETOWN HOUSE

Built between 1722 and 1729 for William Conolly, Speaker of the Irish House of Commons, and the wealthiest commoner in Ireland, Castletown House is one of the most important houses in the country. Admission to the house is by guided tour only.

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RUSSBOROUGH HOUSE

Designed in 1741 by Richard Castle, this Palladian mansion is just a stone's throw from the Wicklow mountains. Sir Alfred and Lady Beit bought Russborough in 1952 to house their impressive art collection. They left this historic mansion to the Irish public in 1978.

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THE GUINNESS STOREHOUSE

Rising for seven storeys above the heart of Dublin, visitors can experience the craft of brewing that has been passed on from generation to generation of Dubliners since 1759. Learn how to pull the perfect pint and visit the spectacular Gravity Bar.

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