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Dublin, located on the eastern shore of the Irish Sea, is the capital and largest city and port of Ireland. Famous since the IX century, Dublin can be called an open-air museum, the city has a high standard of living. Tourist season in Dublin lasts all year round.
From Dublin to Britain and France are operated by Irish Ferries, Stena Line and P&O Ferries. Irish Ferries to Britain's Holyhead make 3-4 trips daily, with a travel time of 3.5-4 hours. Ticket prices for adults from 40 euros, only flexible fare available. Car ferry will cost from 100 euros, economy class is available for passengers with cars. Ferries to French Cherbourg depart 3 times a week, travel time about 20 hours depending on the weather. Ticket price for an adult passenger starts from 51 euros, car crossing will cost from 130 euros.
The ferry to Cherbourg will be available in economy class. Stena Line ferries go to Holyhead up to 4 times a day, with a travel time of 3.5 hours. The price of the ticket for an adult starts at 36 euros, for a car ferry you have to pay from 70 euros. The Stena Line ferries go to Hollyhead up to 4 times a day, the journey time is 3.5 hours.
P&O Ferries operates flights from Dublin to Liverpool up to 4 times a day. The travel time is approximately 8 hours. The ticket price for a passenger with a car starts at 99 euros, with up to 9 passengers per ticket. The P&O Ferries can carry up to 9 passengers in a car. Steam Packet is resuming flights from Dublin to Douglas, Isle of Man from April 2022. Flights are weekly, with a travel time of about 4 hours. Ticket prices for a pedestrian passenger start at 23 euros for a special offer, a standard ticket costs from 65 euros. A car crossing will cost from 160 euros. All companies offer discounts for elderly passengers and students.
The Dublin ferry port is located on the left bank of the mouth of the River Liffey near the heart of the city and has good infrastructure. The port's parking lots are primarily for trucks, parking for cars is small.
The port's parking facilities are good.
It takes about 20 minutes to get to the port from Dublin Airport, which is 15 km from the port. Given the large flow of cargo and tourists through the port of Dublin, tickets should be booked well in advance, it can be done on our website.
You can also book tickets in advance.
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