Taking the Train from London Euston
Trains from London to Dublin depart from Euston station, which is located a short distance north of the city centre. Euston underground station serves the Northern and Victoria lines, meaning it is easily accessible from various areas of London, with a tube journey from the city centre at Charing Cross underground station taking no more than five minutes. Tube services run seven days a week until late in the evening. Bus services from the city centre to Euston station are also available, running every fifteen minutes and taking just over ten minutes to reach Euston.
Getting into Dublin by Train
Dublin is a city with a rich literary and cultural history. As well as being the birthplace of famous authors Samuel Beckett and Oscar Wilde, the city has a tradition of celebrating innovative art, and is home to the Irish Museum of Modern Art. Trains from London to Dublin are not direct, and a ferry journey from Holyhead to Dublin Port is required. Dublin port is just over three miles north-east of the city centre. Bus services from Dublin port to the central bus station leave regularly seven days a week, taking around fifteen minutes. Taxi services are also available between the two destinations, with the average journey time being around eight minutes.