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Buses from Belfast to Dublin operate frequent services every day of the week. There is usually at least one Belfast Dublin bus per hour. Bus companies that operate services for this route include Enterprise Service, Aircoach, and Bus Eireann. The journey to Dublin city is usually direct; however, there are routes that incur a change of bus at Dublin Airport. The bus from Belfast to Dublin airport runs frequently and most routes travel via the airport, so it's a convenient option for people looking to journey outside of Ireland. The first Belfast Dublin bus of the day departs from Belfast at approximately 12:22 a.m, and the last bus of the day departs around 10:50 p.m. The fastest travel time for this route is about 2:10 hours, although there may be slight time variations between 5 and 10 minutes, depending on which route or stops the coach takes in for the journey.
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An average meal in a restaurant in Dublin costs 11.4% more than in Belfast.
Prices in Dublin are on average 6.8% higher than in Belfast.
Public transport in Dublin costs around 1.1% more than in Belfast.
A night in a hotel in Dublin is about 10.9% less expensive than in Belfast.
Buses from Belfast to Dublin usually start out from Belfast Europa Buscentre, which is located along Glengall Street in the city centre. The bus station is part of a major transportation hub in Belfast, and is adjacent to Great Victoria Street train station. There are numerous bus routes that operate services to Europa Buscentre, including numbers 7A, 106, 107 and 108. There are night bus services in operation throughout the city. In addition, it’s possible to travel to the bus station via a reputable taxi.
The other central train stations, Belfast Central, Botanic and City Hospital are all within a few hundred metres. The Europa Buscentre is a key terminal for regional and local buses, although these don't run for 24 hours like the buses from Belfast to Dublin. Taxis in the city centre will be plentiful.
There are a number of choices when it comes to the end of your journey - buses from Belfast to Dublin terminate at various locations in the city centre, including O’Connell Street and Dublin Busaras. Busaras Bus Station is situated on Store Street in Dublin city centre. It is well-served by regional and intercity buses. The red line of the Luas (light rail system) also has a stop at Busaras bus station, and Connolly train station is adjacent to the bus station.