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Trip Birmingham Dublin

Plan your trip by plane, ferry, train, carpooling, bus from Birmingham to Dublin

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How to get from Birmingham to Dublin?

We are suggesting 14 routes by plane, ferry, train, carpooling, bus to plan your trip Birmingham Dublin. Routes displayed are sorted depending on a performance indicator (calculated from number of changes, expected duration, distance between an airport and the center of the city it serves...). You'll be able to:
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All modes of transport Birmingham Dublin

For your trip from Birmingham (England, United Kingdom) to Dublin (Ireland) with a distance of 192 mi you will be able to take 5 modes of transport, eventually by combining bus, carpooling, train, ferry and/or plane, and according to which the duration of the journey will be significantly different.
The direct flight Birmingham > Dublin will be the fastest way to get to your destination.
Leave Birmingham and arrive early enough (at least 2 hours before the departure time) at Birmingham International BHX airport, 6.8 mi away, to check in your luggage for the flight to Dublin (Dublin airport, IATA code: DUB) operated by Aer Lingus or Ryanair.
It is not possible to travel directly by train from Birmingham to Dublin without changing trains. You can take the train Birmingham-Liverpool and travel by plane to get to your final destination.
Trains of London Midland to Liverpool leave from Birmingham New Street railway station in Birmingham. Arrival in Liverpool will take place at Liverpool Lime Street station (0.2 mi from the city centre).
There is no direct crossing between Birmingham and Dublin, you will have to use another mean of transport (bus) to combine with ferry in order to complete the sea crossing Liverpool-Dublin.
You will embark at the port of Liverpool Isle of Man and Dublin Terminal at 0.9 mi from Liverpool aboard a ship of P&O Ferries or Seatruck Ferries. The ferry will dock in the port of Dublin P&O Ferries Terminal 3 at 1.9 mi from Dublin. We advise you to show up at the port of Liverpool for boarding around one or two hours before the time of departure indicated on your reservation.
Even though it is not possible to make the trip Birmingham Dublin only by bus, there are other means of transport (ferry) that will complete the journey Birmingham-Liverpool.
You will board a coach of National Express or MegaBus in Birmingham. The bus will drop you off at Liverpool bus station (0.1 mi from Liverpool, United Kingdom). Please make sure to show up on time at Birmingham Airport bus station (7.5 mi from Birmingham) at least 15 minutes before the time of departure for Liverpool.
Blablacar is the main carpooling platform in Europe where drivers having the route Birmingham-Holyhead will be able to share a ride with you that you will combine with a trip by ferry in order to cover the entire trip.

Which carriers to travel between Birmingham and Dublin?

Bus companies
The bus company National Express operates the intercity service from the bus station of Birmingham in Birmingham and to the one of Liverpool (England United Kingdom)
MegaBus is the bus carrier that allows to travel on the line between the city of Birmingham (serving Birmingham Airport bus station at 7.5 mi from centre) and the city of Liverpool where the coach will drop you off at Liverpool station situated at about 0.1 mi from Liverpool city centre.
Ferry companies
The ships of P&O Ferries ensure the maritime connection between the port of Liverpool Isle of Man and Dublin Terminal and the one of Dublin (Dublin P&O Ferries Terminal 3 at 1.9 mi from the city)
The ferries of Seatruck Ferries make the crossing between Liverpool and Dublin where they serve the ports of Liverpool Birkenhead Ferry Terminal and Dublin Ferries Terminal 1 respectively 1.6 mi and 2.9 mi distant from their city centre.
The boats of Irish Ferries navigate on the line between the port of Holyhead Ferry Terminal and the one of Dublin (Dublin StenaLine Ferries Terminal 2 at 2.9 mi from the city)
The ships of Stena Line ensure the maritime connection between Holyhead and Dublin where they serve the ports of Holyhead Ferry Terminal and Dublin StenaLine Ferries Terminal 2 respectively 0.2 mi and 2.9 mi distant from their city centre.
Railway companies
London Midland provides a rail connection Birmingham-Liverpool with the train from Birmingham New Street railway station (0.4 mi from city-centre) and serving the rail station of Liverpool Lime Street at arrival (0.2 mi from centre)
Arriva Trains Wales transports passengers on a rail line from Birmingham to Holyhead with the train which leaves Birmingham New Street station to arrive at Holyhead railway station (Wales United Kingdom)
Virgin Trains operates the train journey Birmingham-Holyhead with the train from Birmingham New Street railway station (0.4 mi from city-centre) and serving the rail station of Holyhead at arrival (0.1 mi from centre)
Airlines
Aer Lingus carries out a flight from Birmingham International BHX airport situated 6.8 mi away from the city centre of Birmingham to Dublin (arrival at Dublin DUB airport)
Ryanair flies on the route from Birmingham International BHX airport (located 6.8 mi from Birmingham, United Kingdom) to Dublin (serving Dublin DUB airport)
Carpooling
Depending on the requested date, Blablacar can display an offer to share a ride Birmingham-Holyhead (128 mi)

Stop cities from Birmingham or cities to visit near Dublin

When travelling from Dublin to Birmingham by bus, carpooling, train, ferry, plane, you might have to change at Liverpool located at 79 mi from Birmingham and 136 mi away from Dublin, Holyhead situated at 128 mi from Birmingham and at approximately 68 mi from Dublin (United Kingdom). If you have some time on your way to Dublin or back to Birmingham, this may be a really good opportunity to visit and have a short stay in those cities.
 
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