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Leap Card

We recommend that you purchase the “Leap Visitor Card“, designed specifically for tourists to Dublin.  The  Leap Visitor Card can only be purchased from Dublin Bus Office on 59 O’Connell Street ( open Monday 08.30hrs –  17.30hrs,  Tuesday to Friday 09.00hrs – 17.30hrs.  Saturday 09.00hrs – 14.00hrs.  Sunday /  Bank Holiday: closed ).

The Leap Visitor Card allows you unlimited journeys after first use for the period you have selected on all Dublin Bus scheduled services (including Xpresso and Nitelink), Airlink 747 airport bus service, All Luas (tram) services, DART and Commuter Rail in the Short Hop Zone ( all of Dublin city and county ).

Buses run from 07.00 to 23.30hrs each day, with a reduced service on Sundays.   The DART train is the suburban railway line.   It operates from two points in the north suburbs ( Howth or Malahide), through the City Centre out to the south suburbs.  The DART station at Pearse Street is just ten minute walk from Horner School of English.

Leap Visitor  Card prices 2016 as follows:

1 week: EUR 40

2 week: EUR 75

3 week: EUR 100

4 week: EUR 125


  • Dublin Bus   : Bus Timetables and Route Information
  • DART train    : Trains in Dublin, Timetables and Ticketing
  • Irish Rail        : Trains Between Major Irish Towns and Cities
  • Bus Eireann  : Provincial Bus Service Between Major Irish Cities


dublin bikes


Dublinbikes stations are located throughout the city centre to enable easy access and optimal use.  Located in close proximity to each other, every station has a minimum of 15 stands, making it easy to enjoy the service.

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There is a bike station just 2 minute walk from the Horner School of English.  Click here to see map.