Dublin, at the moment, it does not have a system of trains standard within the city; however, it does have a system of electric trains Y trams.
The DART (Rapid Transportation Area Dublin, in its acronym in Spanish) is the electric train system. Its circuit runs along the entire coast and west of the city. It is divided into 2 lines and has a total of 32 stops.
The service operates during the week from 06:30 to 00:00; on Sundays, from 09:30 to 23:00. Trains depart every 10 to 20 minutes. The price of tickets varies by distance and can be between 1.35 and 4.30 euros. These can be purchased at any stop of the DART.
The other rail system of Dublin is he Luas, which combines trams with light trains. It has two lines: the red one – from Connolly Station and the Point Theater, to the suburbs of Tallaght – and you will see it – from St Stephen Green to Sandyford). Both do not connect, but the Abbery Street station on the red line is only a 15-minute walk from St. Stephen Green, the beginning of the green line.
The network of Luas It works from 05:30 until 00:30 (Saturdays from 06:30); Sundays, from 07:00 to 23:30. The tickets have a cost between 1.60 and 2.40 euros. You can buy passes per day (5.30 euros), week (19.10) and month (76 euros). Tickets can be purchased at any stop.