The Heuston Railway Station is an ornate, historic building located close to Kings Bridge and the River Liffey. Originally this station was named Kingsbridge Station, but renamed after Sean Heuston, the Easter Rising rebellion leader that once worked within the facility. Walking areas along the river are also ideal for a stroll between trains.
As a historical landmark, travelers can easily find budget hotels near the Heuston Railway Station in Dublin that will be within walking distance of the building. It currently has nine different platforms, as well as inner city and commuter services. In the terminal itself there are Eason's news and souvenir shops, a pub, and also restaurants and dining facilities. The newly renovated roof provides a bright, open space for waiting for the train or for relaxing between travels.
Address: Heuston Station, St. Johns Road West, Dublin 8, Ireland
Phone: + 353 (0) 1 7032132