You can get from Dublin to London by train, bus or flight.
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|Distance||286 miles (461 km)|
|Available travel modes||Flight|
|Fastest mode||Flight • €42 • 1 h 10 min|
|Popular travel companies||Ryanair|
Take a flight to travel 286 miles (461 km) between Dublin and London. Ryanair is the main travel provider operating this route. Travellers can even take a direct flight from Dublin to London.
Dublin lies across the Irish Sea, 465 kilometres from London. Passengers to London can fly from Dublin Airport to any of five airports in the southeast of England. The ferry leaves Dublin Port for both Liverpool and Holyhead. Coach and rail connections are available to passengers from these destinations. The quickest way to travel is by plane, with a flying time of up to one and a half hours. The bus journey takes up to twelve hours including the ferry crossing and motoring time.
Bus journeys from Dublin to London begin at Busaras on Store Street Dublin and arrive at London Victoria coach station. Most of the journeys begin in the evening, with four coaches leaving Busaras between 7:30 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. for Dublin Port. The Stena ferry crosses to Holyhead in three hours. From there, travel is by National Express or Megabus coach to London Victoria. The P&O ferry crossing to Liverpool takes about eight hours. Up to nine National Express coaches leave Liverpool bus station for London daily.
Passengers travelling by train from Dublin to London make the journey to Dublin Port and board a train on arrival at Holyhead or Liverpool. Four trains leave Holyhead daily, two before 9:00 a.m. and two between 2:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. All trains arrive at London Euston. Virgin runs the majority of trains and the journey takes between eight and nine hours. The Arriva route involves three changes and takes about eleven hours. Several trains leave Liverpool Lime Street and Liverpool Central for London Euston daily.
Over fifty planes leave Dublin Airport for London daily, with at least two flights per hour. The main destinations are Heathrow and Gatwick airports, with flights to Luton, Stansted and London City airports also available. Providers include Aer Lingus, Ryanair, British Airways and Cityjet. All of these flights are direct and the arrival destinations have frequent and efficient transport links to the centre of London. Flying time is between one and one and a half hours.
Travel from Dublin, Ireland to London, United Kingdom is: Partially open.
International entry is currently allowed for: Entry is partially open for citizens and permanent residents of Ireland.
The government of United Kingdom has imposed the following measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19:
The above information was last verified on 1/26/22. Remember to check the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations for your trip between Dublin and London closer to your planned date of departure here.
Return travel to Dublin, Ireland from United Kingdom is: Partially open.
Entry into Ireland is allowed for: Entry is partially open for citizens and permanent residents of United Kingdom.
Requirements for reentering Ireland:
All travellers must abide by the following measures in Ireland to reduce the spread of coronavirus in the country:
The above information about your return travel to Dublin, Ireland was last verified on 1/20/22. As this information can change due to the nature of the pandemic, please check the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations closer to your planned date of travel to Dublin from London.
Travelling from Dublin to London includes taking a flight.
A flight is the fastest way to get from Dublin to London with an average travel time for this trip around 1 h 10 min.
The distance from Dublin to London is approximately 286 miles (461 km).
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Yes, there is a direct service from Dublin to London:
As you won't need to change at another stop in between, direct services to London tend to save you time and add more convenience, so it's worth paying attention to before you book tickets for this journey.
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