From Dublin Airport – 48kms (30 miles) M1, M50, N7, R410
From Dublin City – 35km (22miles) N7, R410
From Cork – 2hrs, 40 mins, N8, N7 R410
From Galway – 2hrs, 50mins M6, M4, M50, N7, R410
From Belfast – 2hrs, 20mins, M1, M50, N7, R410
Marathon Coaches have been operating festival buses from Aston Quay in Dublin for over 10years. The service is direct from Dublin City centre and travel time in normal traffic is 1 hour. The return bus ticket can be purchased from €20 online up to 12pm on each day of the races. Walk up fares are available on the day with a cost of €25 return. Buses return each evening from the pick up point at the races after the last race and depart when the buses are full.
Please click HERE to visit the Marathon Travel website.
24 services daily from Dublin City Centre (Georges Quay, Heuston Station or Red Cow) to Naas Town. Customers need to book their tickets online as services will be extremely busy and priority will be given to customers who book their tickets online.
Please click HERE to visit the JJ Kavanagh & Sons website.
There will be shuttle buses ran before racing from Poplar Square in Naas Town Centre and returning back to Naas after the last race. This is purely a walk-up service and can be purchased for €5 per trip on the day.
The Dublin Coach travels from Dublin airport via the Red Cow directly into Naas for just €10 single/€20 return.
Taxis can drop and collect fares directly at the main entrance. Taxis from Dublin city centre or international airport could cost from €50 – €80.
Irish Rail operate a service from Dublin’s Heuston Station to Sallins (just outside Naas). During the festival there will be a shuttle bus service in operation which will transfer passengers to Poplar Square in Naas for free. From there the race day bus will collect (from €5) or a taxi direct to the track should be around €10 – €15.
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Please check bus/coach and rail sections for transfer details.