Drivers Trek to Everest in aid of Irish Kidney Association

We are delighted to announce that we have picked the Irish Kidney Association as our charity partner for 2017.

Patrick Brown & his son Robert , both taxi drivers with NRC, will be completing a trek to the Everest Base Camp in the Himalayas in May this year. They will be with members of a party travelling under the umbrella of Earth’s Edge, an agency that specialises in organising such ventures.

They will be funding the trip themselves so all monies raised by way of sponsorship will be paid directly to the Irish Kidney Association.

In recent years Patrick has had a kidney removed so he is fundraising out of gratitude for his recovery and out of a sense of solidarity with people who find themselves in similar circumstances.

Both drivers and NRC have raised €1,110 for this very worthwhile cause.

Wishing the best of luck to our drivers Patrick & Robert Brown with this challenge!

Win 4 tickets to EPIC Museum Dublin

Don’t miss out on experiencing Dublin’s newest interactive museum!

NRC Taxis gives you the opportunity to win 4 tickets to the EPIC Irish Immigration Museum, an interactive journey through the stories of the Irish around the world, from early times to the modern day.

Simply tell us where EPIC museum is located, like and share this post and it could be you!! Visit our Facebook page to enter!


What is the EPIC Irish Immigration Museum?

Located in CHQ in one of Dublin’s most historic locations by the banks of the river Liffey, a the EPIC Museum 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.
Think you know the Irish? Think again! EPIC stories include:

  • Jim Stynes – how a Rathfarnham boy became an Australian icon
  • The ANZAC Irish
  • Conor O’Shea – Irish Ceasar in Italy

EPIC Museum Admission rates:

  • Adult €14
  • Child €7
  • Senior/Student €12
  • Family (2+2) €35
  • Child (0-5yrs) FREE

Dublin Airport Taxis: Top 9 Tips & Pre-booking

As more and more carriers schedule their flight for a late night arrival or departure in the early hours of the morning, people are often left with not so many options to make their flight to or from Dublin Airport.

Pre-booking a taxi to Dublin Airport is the less stressful way to either getting to Dublin Airport without sleepy- driving at 4am (and pay a fortune for parking in the airport), or to get home as soon as possible without having to worry about a thing when you’re tired coming back from your holiday, short break or work trip.

In the above scenarios (and many more!) NRC has got you covered. If you’re not familiar with NRC, we’re an Irish-owned and run taxi company that specialises in getting customers wherever they need to be faster and cheaper than the competition. This is thanks to our fleet of over 900 taxis which are on standby ready to take your call 24 hours a day in and around the greater Dublin area.

We’ve been in the business for over 60 years so you can rest assured that our service is as fast and reliable as it needs to be!  

Below is a series of handy tips if you wish to seek a hassle-free trip to and from Dublin Airport.


  1. How to book a taxi to Dublin airport

If you are departing from Dublin airport booking an NRC Taxi is as easy as 1-2-3:

If you are arriving to Dublin airport you can book your NRC Taxi in advance on You can email your flight details to NRC and we’ll monitor your flight details so we’ll be there when your flight lands avoiding any delays!

  1. Can I pay by Laser/Credit Card?

Don’t worry about having cash – all our taxis have in-car chip and pin machines making it easier and more secure for you.

  1. Where will my NRC Taxi wait for my when I arrive at Dublin Airport?

Taxi ranks at Dublin Airport are located in the arrivals floor so if you pre-book a taxi your driver will be waiting at arrivals with a sign with your name!

  1. Corporate Airport Taxis

For the corporate traveller, most taxi companies provide executive cars offering the additional comfort after a long flight!

  1. Can rush hour traffic be a problem?

Peak traffic times in Dublin are from 7.30am – 9am and 5pm to 7pm so bear this in mind when booking your flight.

  1. Do I need to bring child seats for my kids?

No, but If you are travelling with children make sure to ask about child seats at time of booking so we can bring the correct seats for your family

  1. How long is the taxi journey to/from the airport?

The journey time into the city centre can vary from 40 minutes to 1 hour so make sure to factor this in when booking your flight!

  1. What if I have lots of luggage?

If you have a large amount of luggage or additional passengers make sure to book one of our shuttle buses or larger people carriers and we’ll have a large taxi ready for your journey.

  1. Is a taxi to the airport more convenient than a bus?

It can be. If there are 4 or more in your party it is probably cheaper to get a taxi than to get an airport bus. Why not travel in style and save money!!

Contact NRC Taxis to today on 01 6772222 or visit to book your taxi to bring you hassle free to or from Dublin Airport!


NRC Taxis Dublin Condom Promotion on World's AIDS Day 2016

NRC – We’ve got you covered for a safe ride home!

NRC Taxis are delighted to be supporting World AIDS Day by distributing free condoms on the streets of Dublin city to mark the day.

On Saturday November 26th NRC will be handing out condoms to adults over eighteen in Dublin city centre between 7pm and 10pm to raise awareness of this important day.

To celebrate NRC are running a competition for a €50 One4all voucher – just pop over to the NRC Facebook page to enter.

What’s more – we’ll be offering a free taxi ride home on Saturday 26th November – just post a photo of your night out with the #saferidehome #worldaidsday hashtags and we’ll pick 3 lucky people to get a free taxi home (terms and conditions apply).

World AIDS Day is held on 1 December each year and is an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, show their support for people living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died. World AIDS Day was the first ever global health day and the first one was held in 1988.

There are an estimated 34 million people worldwide living with HIV. More than 35 million people have died from the virus, making it one of the most destructive pandemics in history.

HIV Ireland offer free HIV and STI testing. To find out further details on the free testing service and testing dates, please visit:

NRC are aiming to raise awareness of HIV and also to support those in Ireland living with HIV.

So come on out Saturday 26th November and show your support by receiving a free condom from NRC Taxis. For more information visit or call 01 677 2222

Terms and conditions

Taxi ride home will be awarded after 26th November so winners can avail of free taxi ride home during December. 

The judge’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. 

Prizes are non-transferable and will only be awarded to the winner. 

No cash alternative will be awarded in lieu of stated prize(s)

Beat the bus strike chaos with NRC Taxis!

With Dublin Bus drivers on strike and causing chaos across the city we want to share a few hints and tips to help you get through the disruption hassle free.

  1. Rush hour is crazy busy – demand is up 60% from 7.30am – 9.30 am on strike days so it’s worth changing your travel times if you can
  2. More cars = more traffic – traffic chaos in Dublin! Journey times are longer – so make sure to leave earlier than usual
  3. Clever commuters pre-book their NRC Taxi: 40% more of you got organised in advance and pre-booked your morning NRC Taxi during the strike period. If you’re planning on pre-booking again though – do it quick as capacity is limited!
  4. Walk, run, cycle or car pool if you can as demand is high for taxis and the roads are blocked so use alternative means of transport if you can!

So fellow travellers good luck out there – keep these tips in mind and you’ll get to where you are going with as little hassle as possible!

Safe travels!

The team at NRC

Dublin Taxi drivers Special Children’s Outing

Dublin’s biggest fun day out will take place on September 13th when the Taxi drivers of Dublin take 1,000 kids with special needs from around Dublin out for a big day of fun!

NRC Taxis are proud to be a sponsor of this very worthwhile event!

On this day special needs children from over 35 hospitals and centres from across the city will meet at Parnell Square where the parade will be officially launched by the Lord Mayor of Dublin.

The event will be kicked off at Parnell Square with a live DJ, street theatre, balloon modelling and plenty of goodies for all.

Then the cavalcade of taxis along with their Garda escort will parade down O’Connell Street en route to the Tote Hall at Leopardstown Racecourse.

A fantastic afternoon will be instore for them at Leopardstown where they will be served dinner and plenty goodies.

Entertainment for the afternoon include boy bands, face painters, magicians, clowns and a laser show.

So a great day is in store for these children. To find out how to be involved in this very worthwhile event please contact 086 3701215 Neil Wilson.

The Revival of James Street – Dublin 8

It’s all happening along James Street in Dublin 8!

The revival of James Street Dublin 8 is truly underway. With new student accommodation opening, renovated pubs, cool coffee shops and dinky shops – this is the hip and trendy place to be!

Just off Watling Street in the heart of the Liberties The Binary Hub has opened which offers 471 student apartments so this area really will be a haven for students! Then over on Thomas Street the landmark Frawleys is been converted to student accommodation that will boast nearly 250 units.

With around 80,000 full-time students in Dublin and another 100,000 language students these new apartments are badly needed and will definitely liven up the James Street and Liberties area of Dublin!

The James Street area is also home of the The Digital Depot at The Digital Hub a vibrant cluster of  enterprises, located on a state-of-the-art campus in the heart of this growing area.

So where will these students and business people socialise?

JK Stoutmans previously The Tram has recently got a face-lift so is ready for the student influx! Serving a mighty pint of Guinness this trendy & upcoming bar also has cool sounds & live music.

Arthurs Bar – Arthur’s Bar, right beside the home of Guinness is a popular spot for locals, business people and tourists ! Serving a great pint, you can also get soup and sandwiches as well as morning coffees and great homemade cakes and cookies.

Don’t forget McCanns Bar, Vicar Street and many more bars and coffee shops along this up and coming area!

The Guinness Storehouse in the heart of James Street is a must on any tour of Dublin. The Guinness Storehouse is Ireland’s top visitor attraction located in the heart of the Guinness Brewery at St James Gate.

So this area is one to watch as it will grow and develop into one of the trendiest spots in Dublin!

Don’t forget to call your Dublin Taxi company NRC Taxis on 01 6772222 or download the NRC Taxis App.