Emergency Contacts for Visitors to Ireland

To call the Police, an Ambulance or to report a fire call: 999 or 911.

If calling from abroad preface all numbers below with the international code for Ireland, which is ‘353’, and drop the initial ‘0’

Embassies and Consulates

Over 50 countries have embassies or consulates based in Ireland, invariably in Dublin.

Some countries have no full time presence in Ireland but have and embassy or consulate in the UK or elsewhere in Europe which takes responsibility for Ireland. They are listed at the bottom of the page above.

Banks & Credit Card Companies

American Express
116 Grafton Street, Dublin 2.
Phone: 01-677-2874.

Bank of America
Russell Court, St. Stephen’s Green,Dublin 2
Phone: 01-478-1222.

Barclays Bank
47 St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2.
Phone: 01-661-1777

Citibank/Citicorp
Based in the UK.
Freephone:
0044 800 962 488

Diners Club
Credit Card Service, Russell Court, St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2.
Phone: 01-677-9444.

Mastercard/Eurocard
Joint Credit Company, 3rd Floor, Nassau House, Nassau Street, Dublin 2.
Phone: 01-671-9555;

Thomas Cook
118 Grafton Street, Dublin 2.
Phone: 01-677-7000.

Visa Card
Call U. S. collect: 703-556-8878 or 415-574-7700;

Miscellaneous Emergency Contacts

Emergency Accommodation: 1800 724 724
Operator Assistance/Directory Enquiries:
11811

Rape Crisis Centre: 01 661 4911
Samaritans:
1850 60 90 90

Bus Information: 01 836 6111
Train Information:
01 836 6222
Dublin Airport:
01 814 1111

Published: October 16, 2008 | Updated: March 31, 2017

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