Coach to Ireland

Coaches from UK to Ireland

Taking a coach offers a great alternative to those travelling without a vehicle, and one of the biggest choice of routes and destinations from UK to Ireland is offered by Eurolines Coaches, including Dublin, Waterford and Cork. Better still, Eurolines coaches depart from 100s of locations across the UK. So it's quite possible to take the coach from Coventry to Cork or Bournemouth to Belfast, for example, all with Eurolines. Furthermore, if you take the Eurolines coach to Ireland, you won't need to think about booking ferry crossings at all - they arrange this, so all you need to do is book your ticket, board the coach and sit back until you reach your journey.

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Eurolines Coaches to Ireland - Destinations

Eurolines offer coaches to several destinations in Ireland, all with ferry travel included. The coaches are modern, and extremely comfortable, with air conditioning and onboard toilets, plus plenty of storage for your luggage. It take from just 12 hours, including the ferry crossing, to get from London to Dublin, for example. Taking the coach to Ireland can be a great way to travel, and very cheap, with fares starting at around £40 return!

Coach to Dublin

Taking a coach to Dublin can be one of the more cost effective ways to get to Ireland. Eurolines offer plenty of towns and cities in UK where you can take a coach to Dublin, either with a change or direct. Journey times of course can vary, but for example, a coach from London to Dublin will take around 12 hours. Better still, there's no ferry tickets to worry about, or airport queues or check-in. Plus you can take plenty of luggage (check specific terms for any limits).

Coach to Waterford

You can easily enjoy the beautiful area of Waterford by taking the Eurolines coach. Journey time is around 13 to 14 hours from central London, including the ferry crossing, from Pembroke to Rosslare.

Coach to Cork

Cork is an amazing city, as every Cork man will tell you. It has bags of culture, live music and pubs galore. Taking a coach to Cork is a great way to get there. This journey will include the ferry with Irish Ferries from Pembroke to Rosslare, with onward travel to Cork by coach. However, a less direct route takes you via Dublin first, then on to Cork. Journey times by coach from central London to Cork are around 15 hours, including the ferry crossing from Pembroke to Rosslare.

Coach Travel in Ireland

Once in Ireland, you will find it easy to get pretty much anywhere by bus or coach, with Ireland's Bus Éireann, who have a huge network of destinations, plus tickets are available to buy online from their web site.

Compare Ferries to Ireland - all operators, routes and prices

Find the best prices for a ferry to Ireland

We compare all Irish ferry operators to find you the cheapest tickets and fares for ferries to Ireland, including Stena Line Ferries, P & O Ferries, Irish Ferries, Norfolkline Ferries and Fastnet Line Ferries. Click here to compare Ferries to Ireland or click on the links below for more information about each Irish ferry operator...