Parking in Dublin with APCOA
Searching for a car park in Dublin? Choose from the location list below and find a suitable car park today.
APCOA operates multiple car parks in Dublin, serving the city centre and surrounding areas as far afield as Swords and Balbriggan.
Dublin needs little introduction. Ireland’s capital and largest city has successfully fused a long and literary history with important contributions to modern culture, business, education, economy, and industry. According to the Globalisation and World Cities Research Network, Dublin is one of the top 30 cities in the world.
As well as its cultural, historical and technological exports, Dublin is world-famous for a certain brand of stout! The Guinness Storehouse is a 20-minute walk from our Smithfield car park. This brewery and visitor centre is a must-visit for anyone who likes a pint of the black stuff. From the vast foyer, which is also the world’s largest pint glass, to the Gravity Bar on the seventh floor, the Guinness Storehouse is both a fascinating journey through the brand’s culture and an unrivalled opportunity to enjoy good beer at its source.
Got kids to entertain? A trip to Dublin Zoo is a great way to spend an afternoon. This huge zoo is one of the most popular attractions in the city. It’s been here since 1831, receives nearly 1m visitors every year, and plays a key role in global conservation. Dublin Zoo is 30 minutes from our Smithfield car park.
If sports are more your thing, head out to the National Aquatic Centre in Blanchardstown. This impressive swimming centre is open to the public as well as playing host to national and international competitions. The National Aquatic Centre is a 25-minute walk from our Brehon House car park.
To sample some of Dublin’s ancient and religious history, park in our Jervis Street car park. Jervis Street is a 14-minute walk from Trinity College, home of the Book of Kells. The extraordinary illustrations and calligraphy in the Book of Kells (an illuminated Latin Gospel) are responsible for attracting more than half a million annual visitors to the college.
Our Jervis Street location is also close to St Patricks Cathedral (17 minutes) and the National Museum of Ireland—Archaeology (18 minutes). The wide-ranging collections in the museum give visitors the chance to explore Ireland from prehistory to the present day. Discover Iron Age bog bodies. Marvel at Ireland’s gold. And find out what life was like in Ireland in the Middle Ages, when the great cathedrals were being built.