You can get from London to Dublin by train, bus or flight.
To get from London to Dublin on 22 Oct we recommend taking a train because it’s the best combination of price and speed.
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|Distance||286 miles (461 km)|
|Available travel modes||Flight|
|Fastest mode||Flight • £140 • 1 h 10 min|
|Popular travel companies||Ryanair|
Travel 286 miles (461 km) by flight between London and Dublin. Ryanair is the main travel provider operating this route. Travellers can even take a direct flight from London to Dublin.
Flying is the easiest way to travel from London to Dublin, although there are also bus and train connections. If you choose to take a train journey, you can leave London in the morning and arrive in late afternoon. Flying is far quicker, with a jour//www.omio.co.uk/semantic/connection_page_nt.co:uk.380553.384349ney time of only an hour between the two capital cities. The slowest form of transport will be buses, but this can work out cheapest if travellers book in advance. Most coaches and trains depart from a single location - either Euston or Victoria - while flights depart from all of London's major regional airports, including Gatwick, Stansted and Heathrow.
Return journeys from Dublin to London are also available.
Buses depart from London Victoria Coach Station and travel to the centre of Dublin. The major operators on the route are National Express and Megabus, which provide a daily overnight service. Both companies make the journey in about 12 hours and each journey is broken up by a ferry journey between Holyhead and Rosslare.
Train services depart from Euston Station and arrive at Dublin's Connolly Station, via the Europort at Rosslare. Virgin Trains provide a daily service between the two cities, leaving in the morning. The journey takes about 10 hours and requires a ferry journey from Holyhead to the Europort.
Flights depart from all of London's major airports - including Gatwick, Stansted and Heathrow. Airlines making the journey include Aer Lingus, British Airways and Ryanair. All of them take about 1 hour 20 minutes, arriving at Shannon Airport. Flights leave every hour throughout the week, and all planes travel directly.
Travel from London, United Kingdom to Dublin, Ireland is: Partially open.
International entry is currently allowed for: Entry is partially open for citizens and permanent residents of United Kingdom.
The government of Ireland has imposed the following measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19:
The above information was last verified on 15/10/2021. Remember to check the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations for your trip to Dublin from London closer to your planned date of departure here.
The restriction level for your return to London, United Kingdom from Ireland is: Fully open.
Entry into United Kingdom is currently allowed for: Entry is fully open for citizens and permanent residents of Ireland.
Conditions of reentry into United Kingdom:
You should observe these safety measures in United Kingdom as imposed by the government to reduce the spread of COVID-19:
This information about your return travel to United Kingdom was last checked on 20/10/2021. We advise you to check the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations for your trip back to London from Dublin closer to your date of departure here.
Travel London to Dublin by flight.
The fastest way to travel from London to Dublin is by flight, which requires on average 1 h 10 min of travel time.
You should expect to travel around 286 miles (461 km) from London to Dublin.
These are the most popular departure and arrival points when travelling from London to Dublin:
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Yes, there is a direct route available from London to Dublin:
Direct services tend to save you time and add more convenience in getting you to Dublin as you won't need to change in between, so it's worth paying attention to before booking your tickets to Dublin from London.
When planning your trip between London and Dublin, it’s good to keep in mind what tickets to book and their prices in the next 7 days:
However, we recommend buying tickets from London to Dublin online a few months in advance to get the best deals and save money on your upcoming journey.
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