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Taxi Travel

There are taxi stands beside the central bus station, and at train stations, O'Connell Bridge, St. Stephen's Green, College Green, and near major hotels; the Dublin telephone directory has a complete list. The initial charge is €4.10, with an additional charge of about €1.03 per kilometer thereafter. The fare is displayed on a meter (make sure it's on). You may, instead, want to phone a taxi company and ask for a cab to meet you at your hotel, but this may cost up to €2 extra. Each extra passenger costs €1, but there is no charge for luggage.

Hackney cabs, which also operate in the city, have neither roof signs nor meters and will sometimes respond to hotels' requests for a cab.

Although the taxi fleet in Dublin is large, the cabs are nonstandard, and some cars are neither spacious nor in pristine condition. NRC Taxis has a reliable track record. Globas Taxis is one of the city's biggest but also the busiest. SCR Taxis has some of the friendliest drivers.

Taxi Companies

NRC Taxies (01/677–2222. www.radiocabs.ie.)

Global Taxis (01/473–1333. www.globaltaxis.ie.)

SCR Taxis (01/473–1166.)

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