To travel by train from Thessaloniki in Greece to Dublin in Ireland, the main route leads via Italy, France and Great Britain. Please read the following information and blog posts.
1 塞萨洛尼卡 (希腊) - 帕特雷 (希腊) - 安科纳 (意大利) - 巴黎 (法国) - 伦敦 (英国) - 霍利黑德 (英国) - 都柏林 (爱尔兰)
To travel from Greece to Italy, you have to take the ferries of Minoan Lines or Superfast Ferries. These run from Patras via Igoumenitsa to Bari, Ancona, Trieste and Venice. All ferry ports except Igoumenitsa have railway connections.
Patras is located on the Peloponnes and has a railway connection from Athens. However, on the last part of the line between Kiato and Patras currently a replacement bus service is operating. Igoumenitsa is located in the north of Greece and has bus connections from Kalambaka and Thessaloniki.
From Bari and Ancona you will find frequent train connections along the Adriatic coast and across Italy to cities such as Rome, Naples, Florence, Bologna and Milan.
TH 220 威尼斯 - 巴黎
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.
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.
Eurail: 如果如果在这条路线上您想使用Eurail而不是火车票, 请您查看这里，关于预订费及其他信息。