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Dublin ferry routes:
- Cherbourg to Dublin.
- Douglas (Isle of Man) to Dublin.
- Holyhead (Isle of Man) to Dublin.
- Liverpool to Dublin.
Dublin Ferry Port is Ireland's largest and busiest ferry port and is situated right in the heart of Dublin, one of the most vibrant capital cities in Europe. It is situated just 2 miles away from the Dublin city centre and is easily accessible by car or by public transport.
Millions of passengers enjoy a trouble free travel through the Dublin Ferry Port every year. Five ferry companies operate up to sixteen sailings daily, connecting Dublin with Holyhead, Liverpool, Douglas and Cherbourg. All these ferries can be booked through AFerry
The city of Dublin is over 1000 years old and has developed into a city, rich in culture and heritage. Dublin has always been a centre for the development of art, literature and theatre. James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, Colin Farrell and Bono (U2 lead singer) are just a few of the famous Dubliners.
A great way to see Dublin is by walking along the banks of the river Liffey which flows all along the centre of Dublin. On either sides of the river, lie numerous visitor attractions.
Trinity College, Dublin Castle, Christchurch Cathedral, St. Stephen's Green, Guinness store house, Old Jameson Distillery, National Gallery of Ireland and Temple Bar area famous for its fun filled night life are just a few of the ones not to be missed along with some of the most exclusive designer shopping malls. You will be engulfed with the ever changing vibrant atmosphere of this urban hub.
Why Book Your Ferry to Dublin from the UK Here?
Booking a ferry to Dublin couldn't be easier with AFerry. We search for the best deals on cheap Dublin ferries so you don't have to. It is so simple to book your Dublin ferry with our comprehensive travel options and easy-to-browse comparisons of the best deals. When booking your ferry to Dublin from the UK or elsewhere you can compare prices and times from the biggest and best in the business such as Stena Line, P&O Ferries and the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company who all offer excellent services on ferries to Dublin.
Finding Your Ferry to Dublin
There are always ferries to Dublin arriving from all over Britain, indeed, Irish Ferries and P&O Ferries have some routes that feature up to four crossings a day. Choose your ferry to Dublin from the UK wisely and you could save time and money with ferries departing every week from Liverpool, Birkenhead, Holyhead and the Isle of Man. Whatever ferries to Dublin you choose you can be sure of the best deal with AFerry.
Why Take a Ferry To Dublin?
So why should you take a ferry to Dublin from the UK anyway? It is because the Irish capital is amongst the most vibrant and exciting cities in Europe or indeed the world. The home of Guinness where having fun has elevated into an art-form, Dublin is an essential destination for any traveller. It is well worth taking a ferry to Dublin just to experience the fantastic atmosphere there, you won't regret it.
Cheap Ferries to Dublin, What Are the Essential Spots?
When booking your ferry to Dublin from the UK you should make time in your schedule to see a few of the sights. The essential Guinness experience is in the Guinness Storehouse, although any pub will give you a pint of the black stuff. Trinity College Library is spectacular and historic, while both the National Museum and National Gallery are must-sees when you take your ferry to Dublin.
Dublin port facilities
The Passenger terminals at Dublin Port are fully equipped with a wide range of facilities ensuring the best of industry standards. Both short and long term parking is available outside the main terminal building with pay and display machines on site.
Getting to Dublin
The Dublin Port tunnel can be reached by the M1 from the North, N11 from the South and N7 from the west.
Dublin port is close to the city centre and is well signposted. From the city centre, follow the Quays from O'Connell Bridge down to the Point Depot music venue, then turn left and follow the road all the way to the port.
Dublin Port is served by a local bus (number 53). Bus Eireann operates services from Dublin's central bus station Busárus on Amien Street to many areas across Dublin and Ireland. The Bus Information Office is in O'Connell Street in the city centre.
The DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transport) train service will take you to and from Dublin Port in less than half an hour.
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The cosmopolitan and lively Irish capital should be a must on anybody's European itenerary. Like any European capital it would be impossible to describe all there is to see and do.
The number one attraction is the Guinness Storehouse - the home of the "The Black Stuff" Dublin's world famous dry stout. Other attractions include St Patrick's cathedral - what would Ireland be without St Paddy after all? The National Gallery, Botanic Gardens, the National Acquatic Centre, Dublin Zoo, the list is almost endless.
However, when you leave Dublin, what you'll remember above all else is the atmposphere: the small pubs filled with dancing and music and perhaps above all else the friendliness of the locals.
Terminal Road South, Dublin City, Dublin 1, Republic of Ireland
Terminal 3, Dublin Port, Dublin 1, Republic of Ireland
Isle of Man Steam Packet
Terminal 1, Dublin Port, Terminal Road South, Dublin 1, Republic of Ireland
Terminal 2, Alexandra Road, Dublin 1, Republic of Ireland