An Easy Way To See Dublin Bay & More
The map below shows all of Dublin’s rail network. The DART is shown in green.
Starting a few minutes north east of Dublin’s central area is the lively, socialable fishing town of Howth.
The DART has 2 spurs to the north, one to Howth and the other to Malahide with its castle and harbor.
The DART crosses the River Liffey and offers great views of Dublin from north to south.
Booterstown has a nature reserve adjacent to the sea.
Catch a game at the famous Lansdowne Road Stadium
Dun Loaghoire is a busy harbor, Dalkey is home to the famous, Killiney offers great walks and views.
Bray used to be the southern terminus of the DART, although now some trains go through to the coastal village of Greystones, circuling this, Bray Head.
Hiking around Bray Head.
Switch to the Luas at Connolly.