Come back to NRC and get your 1st month free and win €100 cash!

NRC Taxis are delighted that there has been an increase in both cash and corporate jobs even over the summer and figures are continuing to grow!

So come back to NRC Taxis and reduce your costs at the same time!

So what can NRC Taxis offer you?

  • Be your own boss with flexible hours
  • Earn a good income with corporate, cash and credit card work all over Dublin
  • Weekly payment from NRC and your first month’s rent is free
  • You get a free Chip and Pin terminal and money paid to your bank every Friday

We’ll give you the first month free and all new drivers and referrers during the months of August and September could win €100 cash!

So if you want to join Dublin’s leading taxi company contact Peter Kelly for more details today on 7089214 or email peter@nrc.ie. Don’t forget if you sign up before 30 September 2016 you’ll get the first month free!

NRC Olympics Competition

Have you entered NRC Taxis Olympics Competition?

Have you entered the NRC Taxis Olympics competition? Enter and you could win a €50 One 4 All voucher!

Just guess how many medals Team Ireland will win and like and share the Facebook post and you could win a €50 One 4 all voucher! Competition closes on Sunday midnight so not long to go now!

With some disappointment so far – there’s still a good chance that we’ll bring home a few medals – but how many?!

The Donovan brothers are looking good in the Rowing so there could be a medal there! Also looking good are the for sailing champion Annalise Murphy, show jumper Greg Broderick may also be in with a chance. We also have Claire Lambe and Sinead Lynch into the women’s lightweight double sculls final and you can’t forget about golfer Padraic Harrington and our London hero Katie Taylor.

With just over a week to go and with plenty more action from Team Ireland – you never know where the medals will come from!

So post your guess on the NRC Facebook page and you could be €50 richer by the end of the Olympics!

Getting a taxi to and from Dublin Airport – Frequently Asked Questions

NRC Taxis are one of Dublin’s leading taxi companies that specialise in getting our customers to the airport faster and cheaper than our competitors. We have over 900 Taxi’s on standby to take your call 24 hours a day no matter where you are based in Dublin. You can also pay with our in-car chip and pin machine making it easier and more secure for you.

 

If you are arriving to Dublin Airport from abroad – how do I book a taxi?
You can book your NRC taxi in advance on http://www.nrc.ie
We also offer the service to our customers where you can call or email us your flight arrival times and one of our dedicated taxi’s will be there to collect you. We will monitor what time your flight lands to avoid any unnecessary delays.

 

If I am departing from Dublin Airport – how do I book a taxi?
NRC Taxis are available to drop off at Dublin airport and bring you to your destination hassle free!
You have a range of choices to book your taxi to Dublin airport
• Book Online http://www.nrc.ie
• Call 01 6772222
• Book using the NRC App

 

Where are the taxi ranks at Dublin airport?
When you arrive back in Dublin Airport the taxi rank is located on the arrivals floor however if you wish to be picked up by an NRC taxi you can pre book and we will have a driver waiting in the arrivals hall with a sign with your name.

 

How long is the taxi journey from the airport to the city centre?
Depending on traffic the taxi journey from Dublin airport to the city centre can take approximately 40 mins to 1 hour. NRC Taxi’s use the bus lanes where available so this reduces your journey time and saves you money.

 

What are the traffic peak times?
The traffic peak times are approximately 7.30am – 9am and 5pm to 7pm on weekdays. Once again if you are travelling with NRC Taxis you can use the bus lanes.

 

What if I have a large amount of luggage or additional passengers?
NRC have a large selection of taxis including people carriers for extra luggage space so make sure to ask about our larger taxis for those big cases!!

 

Do you cater for children?
NRC Taxis are Dublin’s largest child seat friendly taxi company and have the full range of child seats available so make sure to ask about child seats at time of booking and we will have the correct seats available for your family.

 

What are the payment options?
NRC has the availably for customers to pay by card in our taxi using secure chip and pin services so no need for cash on arrival! Note that taxis on the rank may not have the secure chip and pin facility.

 

So why choose NRC Taxis as your number 1 airport taxi:

    • We provide a 24 Hour Dublin Taxi Service
    • All our taxis have in-car chip and pin machines making it easier and safer for you
    • Out taxis take you to & from Dublin Airport
    • We provide a Dublin Airport Meet & Greet Service
    • You can avail of our Dublin Airport Pre Booked Taxi Service
    • We bring you direct to Dublin City
    • Ask about our Executive Dublin Saloon Taxis
    • 7 & 8 seater Dublin Taxi Shuttles
    • Text On Approach ( For Mobile Phone Users)
    • Dublin Airport Taxis accept Credit cards

 

Contact NRC Taxis to today on 01 6772222 or visit the website to book your Dublin Airport taxi today!

Top Bars to watch the EURO 2016 in Dublin

The countdown is on for Ireland’s first match against Sweden on 13th June! Don’t worry if you can’t be there NRC Taxis have you covered! It’s going to be a nail biter – so here’s a list of the best places to watch the big group matches #Coybig

 

  • Monday 13 June: Ireland vs. Sweden – Stade de France, Paris
  • Saturday 18 June: Ireland vs. Belgium – Bordeaux
  • Wednesday 22nd June: Ireland vs. Italy – Lillie

 

  1. Trinity Bar

With three HD projectors and 14 ultra HD TV’s to watch all sporting events, it’s the perfect spot to watch the EUROs. Also serving food and worth checking out their special food deals! This bar is right between Temple Bar and Georges Street so can’t get more central than that!

 

  1. The River Bar

The River Bar on Burgh Quay right beside O’Connell Street is a fantastic sports bar offering up sports on stunning high definition TV screens! With all the sports channels you won’t miss a second of the EUROs. And ask about the special food deals also!

 

  1. The Living Room

With one of the biggest screens for live sport in Dublin as well as many 60″ HD ready Plasma TVs The Living Room is the place to watch the EUROs! And with their fab beer garden – you can stay here all day and night!

 

  1. Murrays

According to Murrays they boast Europe’s only 2 stunning 3d big screens so worth checking out! It gets crowded so get there early!

 

  1. Sinnots

Head to Sinnots Bar on South King Street to watch all the sports you ever wanted.  With 14 large screens throughout the Bar with a state of the art audio visual system – it’s the place to watch sports! Right beside St Stephens Green this is a busy spot at the weekend so get there early if you want a seat!

 

  1. Porterhouse Central

Located on Nassau Street at the bottom of Grafton Street with access off Adam Court. Porterhouse Central Dublin is seriously long and with huge screens – what more do you want?!

 

  1. Church Bar

Enjoy a pint and watch the EUROs in the spectacular setting of the Church Cafe Bar! Order your favourite tipple or sample their award winning food and relax in the Church Bar!

 

  1. D2 Dublin, Bar, Garden and Nightclub

D2, one of Dublin’s leading sports bars can broadcast all sporting matches over 20 screens not to mention their monster 20ft screen located in the Beer Garden. So you can watch the match while enjoying the sunshine!

 

  1. The Bridge 1859

The Bridge 1859 is owned by popular Dublin publican Noel Anderson and Irish Rugby royalty Rob and Dave Kearney, Jamie Heaslip and Sean O’Brien so you’ll never miss a rugby match in this bar!

 

  1. The Goat

A great sporting pub on Dublin’s southisde. What makes the Goat extra special is the wonderful food, the family atmosphere and the service.

 

  1. The Bleeding Horse

The Bleeding Horse have TVs outside so as you can sit with a drink in the summer shade, watch the match, talk to your smoking friends and not have to worry about being inside. Quality spot with loud commentary and solid bar food.

 

  1. The WoolShed

This is a real sports bar with loads of TVs, huge screens, jugs of beer and the mixed nationality crowd means an incredible atmosphere. The highlight has to be the terraced seating but it gets super busy so get here early.

Top 10 Beer Gardens in Dublin

The Summer is finally here and there’s nothing better to do than to head to a beer garden! But where to go?! We’ve made it easy for you by listing our top 10 beer gardens – so get yourself out there, order a cool drink and NRC Taxis will get you home – blissful night out! Feel free to share your number 1 beer garden!

1. The Living Room

Cathal Brugha Street, D1
You find big screens, big beer garden and big crowds in this lively sports bar!

2. Horse Show House

Ballsbridge, D4
The Horse Show House is near the Aviva stadium and right opposite the RDS so good spot if you’re going to a gig or match! You can also watch sports and get some decent grub!

3. McGrattans

Fitzwilliam Lane, D2
Just off Stephens Green it is as central as you can get and is a perfect meeting spot on a sunny day in Dublin.

4. Toners

Baggot Street, D2
One of Dublin’s favourite old pubs just off Stephens Green you’ll be mixing with people from all walks of life. Decent Guinness if you can hack it on a hot day.

5. House

Leeson Street, D2
A fairly new pub with a decent beer garden and a good menu too! Also worth trying out their cocktail menu!

6. The Beggers Bush

Ballsbridge, D4
Another bard close to the Aviva stadium with plenty of seats outside – a great after work spot!

7. Gibneys of Malahide

Malahide
On a sunny day get the train to Malahide and after a swim in the sea – head to Gibneys for a refreshing pint!

8. Harry Byrnes, Clontarf

Clontarf
Clontarf has great bars and restaurants but try out Harry Byrnes for their great beer garden!

9. The Temple Bar

Temple Bar
If you’re going to Temple Bar – head to the Temple Bar so you can enjoy an outdoor pint in the beer garden!

10. Diceys Garden

Harcourt Street, D2
A very popular after work spot with loads of outdoor space – gets crowded so get there early!

I love Dublin…

We asked you why you loved Dublin and the top reason as voted by NRC customers was the people and the craic! Here is a summary of what you shared:

LLoveDublin

I love Dublin because…

Of the friendly people, Dublin sense of humour, beautiful people, true Dublin people’s generosity of spirit and sense of humour, the people of Dublin, they make Dublin the fabulous place it is, caring side of all the dubs no matter what your problem is there is always someone willing to help a nation of Mrs browns we live in, because of the great people, the mighty craic because of the people, the banter and the craic, because the people have an amazing fighting spirit. No matter what, the Irish always rise back up, all good the craic is to be had in Dublin, the dubs are so friendly.


Great atmosphere, it has an incredible feel that is so unique to it, you really couldn’t express it all here, for the atmosphere whether it’s a day with the family or a night out on the tiles, it is always buzzing with activity whether it is shopping, eating out, having a laugh with pals in the pub and listening to a good band or heading off on a sightseeing tour it is all there in Dublin.


Beautiful sights, our parks they are beautiful and especially Phoenix Park which is one of the biggest parks in Europe, it’s architecture, history, culture, for Molly Malone the Phoenix Park Temple Bar the atmospheres and buzz and its history , rich in national heritage, there is always something new to do and see, and the amazing history, famous history, the big GPO and all the different shopping streets and the big smoke and the Ha’penny Bridge its cool, lots to see and do the capital of Ireland where lots of movie premieres and concerts take place.


Because it’s the heart of the world, it is where my family and friends are, Dublin is home, it’s my home it’s full of things to do and see.


Shopping! i lovvvveeee the shops in Dublin excellent place to go shopping


The great restaurant, Yummylicious food, a food mecca, the excellent food


Dublin can be heaven with coffee at eleven and a stroll around Stephen’s Green.


It’s home for me
A city steeped in history
From Grafton Street to the GPO.


It’s mine and I am so proud of being a true dub! Born and bread, just like my Mam; my nana, and so on .


Coppers of course!


Always something to do and see, some cost money lots are free
Beautiful parks for kids to run
Pubs & shows for adult fun
Fabulous views of Dublin Bay
There’s nowhere I’d rather spend a day
(Poem by Cameron Darcy)

Have you discovered Dublin’s newest museum – EPIC Ireland?

epic museum dublin

 

10 million journeys, 70 million stories waiting to be discovered at Ireland’s newest interactive visitor experience

This extraordinary exhibition located in the beautiful vaults of the CHQ building dating to the 1820, tells the story of the Irish people around the world using state-of-the-art technology to deliver incredible visual stories with a high level of interactivity.

The Irish Family History Centre is also located at EPIC Ireland offering a new exciting way to search for your Irish ancestors and discover your unique family story.

  • Open 7 days a week, all year from 9:00am – 6:00pm (7:00pm from May to August)
  • City centre location
  • Book online on epicirelandchq.com to secure your preferred entry time and to learn more!

Think you know the Irish? Think again.

Admission rates:

  • Adult €16
  • Child €8
  • Senior/Student €14
  • Family (2+2) €40
  • Child (0-5yrs) FREE

The place is simply extraordinary. It was one of the most moving museum experiences I’ve ever had.’ John Grenham, genealogist.

To win a family pass to the EPIC museum simply tell us how many stories are waiting to be discovered at the EPIC Ireland museum! Visit our Facebook page to enter!