Getting to Dublin from Overseas
If you have decided to pay a visit to the island of Ireland, you will either be flying or getting a ferry.
Irish Ferries offer a range of options for those who want to travel by sea to or from Ireland.
Direct Irish Ferries to Ireland
- Dublin to and from Holyhead (Britain)
- Rosslare to and from Pembroke (Britain)
- Dublin to and from Cherbourg (France)
Irish Ferries landbridge route to Ireland
- Travel to and from Continental Europe via Britain. Crossing the Irish Sea from Dublin or Rosslare, you can then link up with Irish Ferries new route from Dover to Calais.
You can reach Ireland directly from most European cities and regional airports, as well as direct flights from North America.
There are 4 main international airports on the island of Ireland
- Dublin Airport
- Belfast Airport
- Cork Airport
- Shannon Airport
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