Birmingham to Dublin by train

Travel from Birmingham (United Kingdom) to Dublin (Ireland) by train (309km): schedule and information to the train connection. Compare fares and buy your ticket.

How to use the following information: we show you the best routes and where to buy tickets. On longer routes you may need more than one ticket. Book your tickets step by step as explained. If you have questions about the route from Birmingham to Dublin, please ask in our forum. Of course, sometimes there are as well other travel routes possible.

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connections : popular connections travelled by other users

Dublin - Birmingham / London - Cork / London - Galway / London - Kilkenny / Edinburgh - Dublin / Glasgow - Dublin / Liverpool - Dublin / Manchester - Dublin / Newcastle upon Tyne - Dublin

1 Birmingham (United Kingdom) - Holyhead (United Kingdom) - Dublin (Ireland)

The route consist of more than one step. You have to buy more than one train ticket.

1a Travelling from Birmingham (United Kingdom) to Holyhead (United Kingdom)

To travel the United Kingdom by train, buy your train ticket online via one of the following booking links. There you find exact schedules and ticket prices for all operators in England, Scotland and Wales. Book early to get advance and off-peak fares. If you travel several legs, we recommend to have a look at a rail pass such as Britrail.

The following links could be interesting for you.

night train: Night trains that might be suitable for this trip.
CAL London - Glasgow / RIV London - Penzance / CAL London - Aberdeen / CAL London - Edinburgh / CAL London - Fort William / CAL London - Inverness

bus: Bus connections that might be helpful.
London - Paris / London - Amsterdam

ferry: Ferry connections that might be helpful.
Harwich - Hoek van Holland / Holyhead - Dublin / Dover - Calais / Liverpool - Belfast

connections: popular connections travelled by other users
Holyhead - Birmingham / London - Birmingham / London - Cambridge / London - Edinburgh / London - Glasgow / London - Leeds / London - Liverpool / London - Manchester / London - Newcastle upon Tyne / London - Nottingham / Birmingham - Manchester

search for train times here: Online timetable information, on which you can find relevant, up-to-date connections.
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1b Travelling from Holyhead (United Kingdom) to Dublin (Ireland)

There are several ferry operators running between the United Kingdom and Ireland/Northern Ireland: Stena Line, Irish Ferries and P&O Ferries. The most frequent services run from Holyhead to Dublin, other connections are available from Fishguard to Rosslare, from Liverpool to Dublin and Belfast and from Cairnryan to Belfast and Larne. Rail&Sail tickets are available, including the ferry as well as the train rides in the UK and Ireland.

The following links could be interesting for you.

ferry: Ferry connections that might be helpful.
Holyhead - Dublin / Liverpool - Belfast / Fishguard - Rosslare

train company:
P&O P&O Ferries / STENA Stena Line / IRFE Irish Ferries

connections: popular connections travelled by other users
Dublin - Holyhead / London - Dublin / Glasgow - Dublin / Liverpool - Dublin / London - Cork / Edinburgh - Dublin

2 Birmingham (United Kingdom) - Fishguard (United Kingdom) - Rosslare (Ireland) - Dublin (Ireland)

The route consist of more than one step. You have to buy more than one train ticket.

2a Travelling from Birmingham (United Kingdom) to Fishguard (United Kingdom)

To travel the United Kingdom by train, buy your train ticket online via one of the following booking links. There you find exact schedules and ticket prices for all operators in England, Scotland and Wales. Book early to get advance and off-peak fares. If you travel several legs, we recommend to have a look at a rail pass such as Britrail.

The following links could be interesting for you.

night train: Night trains that might be suitable for this trip.
CAL London - Glasgow / RIV London - Penzance / CAL London - Aberdeen / CAL London - Edinburgh / CAL London - Fort William / CAL London - Inverness

bus: Bus connections that might be helpful.
London - Paris / London - Amsterdam

ferry: Ferry connections that might be helpful.
Harwich - Hoek van Holland / Holyhead - Dublin / Dover - Calais / Liverpool - Belfast

connections: popular connections travelled by other users
Fishguard - Birmingham / London - Birmingham / London - Cambridge / London - Edinburgh / London - Glasgow / London - Leeds / London - Liverpool / London - Manchester / London - Newcastle upon Tyne / London - Nottingham / Birmingham - Manchester

search for train times here: Online timetable information, on which you can find relevant, up-to-date connections.
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2b Travelling from Fishguard (United Kingdom) to Rosslare (Ireland)

There are several ferry operators running between the United Kingdom and Ireland/Northern Ireland: Stena Line, Irish Ferries and P&O Ferries. The most frequent services run from Holyhead to Dublin, other connections are available from Fishguard to Rosslare, from Liverpool to Dublin and Belfast and from Cairnryan to Belfast and Larne. Rail&Sail tickets are available, including the ferry as well as the train rides in the UK and Ireland.

The following links could be interesting for you.

ferry: Ferry connections that might be helpful.
Holyhead - Dublin / Liverpool - Belfast / Fishguard - Rosslare

train company:
P&O P&O Ferries / STENA Stena Line / IRFE Irish Ferries

connections: popular connections travelled by other users
Rosslare - Fishguard / London - Dublin / Glasgow - Dublin / Liverpool - Dublin / London - Cork / Edinburgh - Dublin

2c Travelling from Rosslare (Ireland) to Dublin (Ireland)

To travel in Ireland by train, buy your ticket online via the given booking links to get cheap advance fares. Apart from these online fares there is also a number of reductions available to buy locally from train stations.

Buy your ticket from Rosslare to Dublin here.

The following links could be interesting for you.

connections: popular connections travelled by other users
Dublin - Rosslare / Dublin - Cork / Dublin - Galway / Dublin - Kilkenny / Dublin - Limerick / Dublin - Rosslare / Cork - Galway / Cork - Kilkenny / Cork - Rosslare / Kilkenny - Galway / Galway - Limerick

search for train times here: Online timetable information, on which you can find relevant, up-to-date connections.
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3 Birmingham (United Kingdom) - Liverpool (United Kingdom) - Dublin (Ireland)

The route consist of more than one step. You have to buy more than one train ticket.

3a Travelling from Birmingham (United Kingdom) to Liverpool (United Kingdom)

To travel the United Kingdom by train, buy your train ticket online via one of the following booking links. There you find exact schedules and ticket prices for all operators in England, Scotland and Wales. Book early to get advance and off-peak fares. If you travel several legs, we recommend to have a look at a rail pass such as Britrail.

The following links could be interesting for you.

night train: Night trains that might be suitable for this trip.
CAL London - Glasgow / RIV London - Penzance / CAL London - Aberdeen / CAL London - Edinburgh / CAL London - Fort William / CAL London - Inverness

bus: Bus connections that might be helpful.
London - Paris / London - Amsterdam

ferry: Ferry connections that might be helpful.
Harwich - Hoek van Holland / Holyhead - Dublin / Dover - Calais / Liverpool - Belfast

connections: popular connections travelled by other users
Liverpool - Birmingham / London - Birmingham / London - Cambridge / London - Edinburgh / London - Glasgow / London - Leeds / London - Liverpool / London - Manchester / London - Newcastle upon Tyne / London - Nottingham / Birmingham - Manchester

search for train times here: Online timetable information, on which you can find relevant, up-to-date connections.
rail.cc Deutsche Bahn

3b Travelling from Liverpool (United Kingdom) to Dublin (Ireland)

There are several ferry operators running between the United Kingdom and Ireland/Northern Ireland: Stena Line, Irish Ferries and P&O Ferries. The most frequent services run from Holyhead to Dublin, other connections are available from Fishguard to Rosslare, from Liverpool to Dublin and Belfast and from Cairnryan to Belfast and Larne. Rail&Sail tickets are available, including the ferry as well as the train rides in the UK and Ireland.

The following links could be interesting for you.

ferry: Ferry connections that might be helpful.
Holyhead - Dublin / Liverpool - Belfast / Fishguard - Rosslare

train company:
P&O P&O Ferries / STENA Stena Line / IRFE Irish Ferries

connections: popular connections travelled by other users
Dublin - Liverpool / London - Dublin / Glasgow - Dublin / London - Cork / Edinburgh - Dublin

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