Travel from Liverpool to Dublin

Flights from Liverpool to Dublin

Ryanair flies from Liverpool to Dublin 3 times a day.

How to get from Liverpool to Dublin

From Liverpool drive to Holyhead then car ferry to Dublin. 5 h 3 min 55€. From Liverpool car ferry to Douglas, Isle of Man then car ferry to Dublin. 6 h 40 min 77€. From Liverpool Lime Street Low Level train to Chester, train to Holyhead, then car ferry to Dublin. 7 h 23 min 78€. From LIVERPOOL, Liverpool One Bus Station bus to Bangor, Bus Station (Bangor Bus Station), bus to Holyhead, then car ferry to Dublin. 9 h 8 min 51€. From Liverpool, Great Crosshall Street (Liverpool John Moores Univrsity) bus to Crosby, York Road (St Lukes Church), bus to Seaforth, Riversdale Road, walk to Bootle, then car ferry to Dublin. 10 h 18 min 101€. From Liverpool Central train to Hunts Cross Station, bus to Liverpool airport, fly to Dublin airport, then bus to Dublin. 3 h 39 min 52€. From Liverpool Lime Street train to Manchester airport, fly to Dublin airport, then bus to Dublin. 4 h 23 min 57€. From Liverpool Lime Street train to Leeds City Centre, Wellington Street (Wellington House), line 757 bus to Leeds Bradford airport, fly to Dublin airport, then bus to Dublin. 5 h 33 min 81€. From Liverpool Lime Street train to Birmingham New Street, train to Birmingham airport, fly to Dublin airport, then bus to Dublin. 5 h 29 min 89€. From Liverpool Central train to Hunts Cross Station, bus to Liverpool airport, fly to Belfast (Aldergrove) airport, line 300 shuttle to Belfast, Europa Bus Centre, then bus to Dublin. 6 h 12 min 70€.