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Travel guide London–Dublin


What train companies operate the route from London to Dublin?

A Sail + Rail ticket is avaialble from Virgin Trains: this allows travelers to get from London to Dublin via a combination of train and ferry transport.

What is the schedule for the train route from London to Dublin?

A number of departure times are available from London to Dublin, starting from early in the morning and operating until late at night

What are the departure and arrival train stations for the route from London to Dublin?

Services depart from London Euston; travelers will then take the ferry from mainland England to Dublin port.

What distance is the train route from London to Dublin?

There is a distance of approximately 370.1 miles between London and Dublin

How long does it take to travel from London to Dublin by train?

Each departure has a different travel time, ranging from 7 to 14 hours.

What are the stops on the train route from London to Dublin?

Chester and Holyhead are two stops along the route.

Why should you travel by train from London to Dublin?

As well as traveling across the Irish Sea, passengers will enjoy views over the beautiful English countryside as they journey to Dublin. When traveling on board with Virgin Trains, a number of optional services are available to make the journey even more enjoyable: WiFi and BEAM Entertainment services can be enjoyed, while food and drink are available to purchase on board.

What is there to see and do in Dublin?

Dublin is the place to go for a vibrant nightlife scene, historical sights, and a friendly atmosphere. Visit the iconic Guinness Storehouse to learn more about the Irish stout; explore the beautiful surroundings of Trinity College; get your dose of culture at the National Museum of Ireland; and enjoy the green expanse of St Stephen’s Green.