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Are you looking for good Ferry Holyhead Dublin offers? On this ferry site we have collected all important information’s and offers for this ferry route. Since our team is travelling since years via ferry boats we will present you a lot of tips and good offers on our portal.

 

  

 

Travel informations for the Ferry Holyhead to Dublin route

Ferry Holyhead Dublin

Since many years the ferry crossings from Holyhead to Dublin have become a popular way to travel from Wales into Ireland. Through their high comfort and the possibility to take the car on the ferry ship, ferry crossings to Ireland have increased with in the last years.

Through its good location in North Wales the city of Holyhead has become a popular starting point to travel into Ireland. Holyhead has around 16,000 inhabitants. Next to its ferry port this city offers some monuments and nice coastline. The Holyhead ferry port is located on Anglesey, it is easy to reach by public transport and car.

Several times a day that ferry Holyhead Dublin route is served by Stena Line and Irish Ferries. Both companies have invested a lot of money into their ferry fleet. Irish Ferries uses it's both ships Ulysses and Jonathan Swift to give travellers a safe and comfortable trip to Ireland. Stena Line invested several millions to modernize its both ferry ships Stena Adventurer and Stena Nordica. Both companies offer ferry crossings from Holyhead to Dublin up to four times a day.

After you have reached Dublin port, you have a lot of travel options to go further into Ireland or the city of Dublin itself. This city is famous for its many cathedrals, monuments, museums and it's vibrant nightlife. Because of its good location Dublin is the perfect starting point for a trip into Ireland.

Next to its charming old town, the Dublin region offers several nice travel destinations. In the north of Dublin you can visit the peninsula of Howth with its famous cliffs, which can be reached by train, boat all bus. Other popular destinations in the Dublin region are the Wicklow Gardens and the city of Glendalough, which is famous for its monastery ruins.

Because of its cultural heritage, the beautiful countryside and the charming cities, Ireland has become one of the favourite travel destinations for tourists from all over the world. Some of the main travel destinations include the city of Cork in the South and Galway in the west of the island.

Both cities are easily reachable via car or public transport. Cork was selected as a cultural capital of Europe in 2005, it is the second biggest city in Ireland. The city is famous for its pubs, many monuments and cultural events. Galway is located in the West Coast of Ireland. The city is famous for its charming old town, sights like Menlo Castle and the Galway City Museum, it's popular coastline and the many student- and cultural festivals.

For travellers who would like to go back from Dublin to Holyhead, Stenaline and Irish Ferries offer many daily regular ferry crossings from Dublin to Wales. Please click on the Irish Ferries and Stenaline banners on our site to get more information’s about the various travel options and ferry deals from Ireland to Holyhead. Next to the ferry Dublin Holyhead offers we will present you a lot of tips and information's about the different ferry options on our site. Have a great trip, we wish you a pleasant journey.