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04-03-2012, 17:01   #1
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Heuston To Harcourt

Is it possible to get a Luas from Heuston station to Harcourt? I've had a quick look on the map but it seems the station is on the red line and Harcourt on the green line, meaning I need to get off at Abbey Street. Is there a connecting Luas then, or what's the best way (taxi etc) to go about it?

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No man not connected.Better getting off at Abbey St. then walking to St Stephens Green Luas stop then hoping off at Harcourt.Hope this helps.
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Is it possible to get a Luas from Heuston station to Harcourt? I've had a quick look on the map but it seems the station is on the red line and Harcourt on the green line, meaning I need to get off at Abbey Street. Is there a connecting Luas then, or what's the best way (taxi etc) to go about it?

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You would get off at Abbey St and walk 1km to Harcourt St. Harcourt St is one stop from the nearest Green line stop at Stephen's green. €1.50 to get about 150 metres.

You would be better off getting the 145 Dublin Bus from Heuston that will leave you at Stephen's Green and you can walk from there.

Edit: Have a look here. Route option 3 is the way I'd go

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Nice one lads, thanks very much!
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Easiest option by far is the 145 to St Stephen's Green East and walk from there through St Stephen's Green to Harcourt Street.
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You would get off at Abbey St and walk 1km to Harcourt St. Harcourt St is one stop from the nearest Green line stop at Stephen's green. €1.50 to get about 150 metres.
Your ticket from Heuston to St. Stephen's green should also be valid as far as Harcourt Street as it's in the same zone. Although you'd probably still be faster walking.
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You can get an integrated rail/bus ticket for the 145 to St Stephen's Green by booking your rail ticket to Dublin City Centre.
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