- Dublin attracted over 5.9 million overseas visitors in 2017.
- Dublin had the highest hotel occupancy rate among European cities in 2018 (83.8%).
- Three of the top five most popular tourist attractions in Ireland are in Dublin. The Guinness Storehouse topped the list with 1.7m visitors; in third place was Dublin Zoo with 1.3m visitors; and the Book of Kells attracted just over 1m visitors.
- Dublin Airport traffic is up 6% so far in 2019, with over 19 million passengers travelling through the airport in the seven months to the end of July. Almost 3.5 million passengers travelled through Dublin Airport in July 2019, making it the busiest month in the airport's 79-year history.
- On average 500,000 people travel within Dublin City Centre every day. This is made up of circa 235,000 work-related trips, 45,000 education trips, and 120,000 visitors, tourists, and shoppers.
- 143 million passenger journeys were made with DublinBus in 2018, a rise of more than seven million and the fifth consecutive year of growth.
- 42 million passenger journeys were made using the Luas in 2018, marking an 11% increase on 2017.
- Dublin Port welcomed 1.8 million ferry passengers and over 500,000 tourist vehicles in 2017. It will welcome 172 cruise ships in 2019, bringing over 200,000 passengers and adding in the region of €35 million to the local economy.
- Dublin Port accounted for 59.3% of all vessel arrivals in Irish ports and 47.8% of the total tonnage of goods handled in 2018.