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Book ferries from Dublin in Ireland to the UK ferry port of Holyhead with the ferry operator Stena Line Ferries or Irish Ferries, to the ferry port of Liverpool with the ferry operator P&O-Irish-Ferries. Book a Dublin Ferry to Douglas on the Isle of Man with the ferry operator Isle-of-Man-Steam-Packet Ferries. Book online a Dublin Ferry with Any Ferries.co.uk.

About Dublin Ferry

Dublin is the capital and largest city in Ireland. It is situated near the midpoint of Ireland's east coast, at the mouth of the River Liffey and at the centre of the Dublin Region. Founded as a centre of Viking settlement, the city has been Ireland's capital since mediļæ½val times. It was largest Viking settlement outside of Scandinavia. Ever since then, Dublin has suffered many wars and conflicts.

Eearly 20th century Dublin finally established its own identity. Today Dublin is a modern, cosmopolitan city where tradition and cultural heritage have merged over the centuries to create an atmosphere unique to Dublin.

Places of interest in Dublin are the Malahide Castle, a beautifully restored residence with distinctive elegance and charm set on 250 acres of park land in the pretty seaside town of Malahide, the Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin's oldest building and the Dalkey Castle & Heritage Centre, the medieval towerhouse with its Murder hole.

An essential feature for any European capital is a good shopping district. In Dublin you will find lively pedestrian shopping streets at the heart of the city, but there also are a number of huge shopping centres in the outskirts.

Dublin is at the centre of Ireland's transport system. Dublin Port is the country's most important sea port where ferries the ferry ports of Holyhead and Liverpool in the UK and Douglas on the Isle of Man frequently arrive. Dublin is the third most visited capital city in Europe (after Paris and London) with over four million visitors a year.

Getting There

By Car

There are two ferry terminals in Dublin. The first at Dun Laoghaire is six miles south of the city centre (30 mins by DART train to the centre). Dublin Port is close to the city centre and is well signposted. From the city centre, follow the Quays from O'Connell Bridge down to the Point Depot music venue, then turn left and follow the road all the way to the port.

By Bus
Dublin Port, close to the city centre, is served by a local bus (number 53). Bus Eireann operates services from Dublin's central bus station on Amien Street, to many areas across Ireland. Dublin Bus operates services in Dublin City and County. The Bus Information Office is in O'Connell St. You can buy timetables and get information on commuter and tourist tickets in shops throughout Dublin City and County.

By Rail
The DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transport) train service will take you to and from Dublin Port in less than half an hour. Regular Intercity trains link Dublin to most towns throughout Ireland from Connolly and Heuston train stations. Visitors travelling to and from the south and west will arrive and depart from Heuston Station, from where it is a short hop into the centre by bus or taxi. Those arriving or departing for the south east, the north and north-west will leave and arrive at Connolly Station, which is a short walk from O'Connell Street.

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