London to Dublin Coach Tickets
- Coaches leave London Victoria station for Dublin port ferry at 16:30.
- The journey takes around 13 hours 15 minutes.
- There is 1 coach running daily between London and Dublin.
Dublin, often referred to as little London due to its elegant Georgian architecture, may be ten times smaller than its British counterpart, but it's just as smart and definitely, as the locals say, "alive, alive-o!"
Visitors will find getting around a breeze, thanks to the citywide Dublin bikes, an on-street, public access cycle hire scheme. Whilst there might not be an Underground in Dublin, buses are plentiful and the DART rapid transit system will get you where you want to be.
Like London, many of the galleries and museums are free of charge to enter, with experts on hand to offer you a guided visit. Try the National Gallery for traditional painting, as well as the IMAA for quirky cool painting and sculpture.
London has the Thames and Dublin has the Liffey: stroll along the picturesque Bachelors Walk and get a real sense of Dublin's maritime history; romantic strollers will love the Ha'Penny Bridge – sealing their love by attaching a padlock to the bridge.
The talking point of any Dublin trip is surely the nightlife; Temple Bar is a must for cosy pubs, live music and the craic – light-hearted banter that only the Irish can do. Of course, you can have your Guinness in the pub, but if you're a fan of the black stuff why not go to the downtown Guinness factory? The perfect way to round off your Dublin visit, you get a unique insight into the brewing process and even a taste of Ireland's most famous export.