Travel from Dublin to Greece

Flights from Dublin to Greece

Aegean Airlines, Ryanair and 6 other airlines fly from Dublin to Athens hourly.

Travel Guides

Getting around the CycladesCheck out Rome2rio’s guide on ferry travel around the Greek islands
Need to know: EurostarRome2rio’s guide to travelling between London, Brussels and Paris

How to get from Dublin to Greece

From The 3Arena line 702 bus to Dublin airport, fly to Athens airport, then subway to Athens. 6 h 58 min $152. From The 3Arena line 702 bus to Dublin airport, fly to Thessaloniki airport, then taxi to Kalamariá. 7 h 36 min $194. From The 3Arena line 702 bus to Dublin airport, fly to Irakleion airport, then line 10 bus to Irákleion. 8 h 53 min $232. From Dublin car ferry to Holyhead, train to Nuneaton, bus to London Victoria Coach station, bus to Brno, then bus to Athens. 2 days 8 h $419. From Dublin car ferry to Holyhead, train to London Euston, walk to London St. Pancras International, train to Marseille, bus to Beograd, then bus to Athens. 2 days 9 h $1,212. From Dublin car ferry to Holyhead, train to London Euston, walk to London St. Pancras International, train to Marseille, bus to Beograd, train to Thessaloniki, then train to Athens. 2 days 13 h $1,247. From Dublin car ferry to Bootle, walk to Seaforth, Riversdale Road, bus to Queen Square Bus Station, walk to LIVERPOOL, Liverpool One Bus Station, bus to London Victoria, bus to Sofia, walk to Sofija, train to Thessaloniki, then train to Athens. 3 days 1 h $383. From Dublin car ferry to Bootle, walk to Seaforth, Riversdale Road, bus to Queen Square Bus Station, walk to Liverpool, bus and ferry to Nădlac, bus to Mars tér, bus to Szeged, then bus to Athens. 3 days 6 h. From Dublin car ferry to Holyhead, drive to Dover, car ferry to Calais, drive to Venice, car ferry to Igoumenitsa, then drive to Athens. 2 days 2 h $702.