There’s many buses available on the route from Birmingham to Dublin, which is why it’s of advantage to compare. You’re likely to get a cheap ticket for £18.00 but when demand is high, tickets tend to be a bit more expensive. This might also be the case if you book at short notice. You’ll also find that there’s differences in duration of travel, depending on whether you choose a bus from Eurolines UK or National Express: The fastest coach from Dublin to Birmingham takes as little time as 8 hr 30 min. In our search results you'll be able to spot it at a single glance. It's simple: Just click on the "Find Now" button and book your journey!
Bus Birmingham - Dublin 308 km
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The cheapest coach connections from Birmingham to Dublin
%No particular date in mind? Here's an overview of the cheapest bus tickets for the next few days.
Departure / Arrival
Date best offer
- BirminghamDublin22:0006:301 Nov+1Eurolines UK
- BirminghamDublin22:0006:301 Nov+1National Express
- BirminghamDublin22:0006:3022 Sep+1Eurolines UK
- BirminghamDublin22:0006:3028 Sep+1National Express
- BirminghamDublin22:0006:3023 Sep+1Eurolines UK
- BirminghamDublin22:0006:3024 Sep+1Eurolines UK
- BirminghamDublin22:0006:3021 Sep+1Eurolines UK
- BirminghamDublin22:0006:3020 Sep+1Eurolines UK
- BirminghamDublin22:0006:3028 Sep+1Eurolines UK
- BirminghamDublin22:0006:3029 Oct+1National Express
- BirminghamDublin22:0006:306 Oct+1National Express
- BirminghamDublin22:0006:3013 Oct+1National Express
- BirminghamDublin22:0006:3026 Oct+1National Express
- BirminghamDublin22:0006:3021 Sep+1National Express
Carpooling Birmingham - Dublin 308 km
The cheapest carpooling offers from Birmingham to Dublin
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- BirminghamDublin22:4006:2021 Sep+1BlaBlaCar
Current ticket pricesSteer clear of the price chaos by using our website! Find suitable bus rides and compare them to other travel options including trains, carpooling and even flights. This way you’ll always get the best offer with prices currently starting from £18.00. Also check journey times: The fastest coach – at the moment provided by Eurolines UK – only needs 8 hr 30 min to get you to your destination.
Find out more details about the service on your bus from Birmingham to Dublin and returnYou think that only train or plane travel is convenient and comfortable? Allow us to prove you wrong. When you are taking the bus from Birmingham to Dublin or vice versa, you’ll soon find out that you don’t have to spend a lot of money to experience top-notch on-board amenities: While air-conditioning, free luggage transportation and comfortable seats are fairly standard and available on most buses, there’s additional features catering to the needs of the modern traveller. Examples range from a free WiFi connection over USB ports to entertainment systems, which allow you to stream TV shows and films on your own smartphone. If you want to know which company in particular offers which features, then just check out the individual search results on CheckMyBus: Not only will you be able to tell which services are available, you will also instantly see whether they’re fee-based or not. A last piece of advice: Make sure to check our webpage for the latest discount codes. After all, who doesn’t like a good bargain?
Birmingham and Dublin: Useful Info
A taxi journey in Birmingham is 64% more expensive than in Dublin.
A bus fare in Birmingham is 76% more expensive than in Dublin.
A pint of beer in Birmingham is 61% more expensive than in Dublin.
A bottle of water in Birmingham is 70% more expensive than in Dublin.
A meal in Birmingham is 25% more expensive than in Dublin.
These are the possibilities for your onward journey
Here’s a selection of possible connections for your onward journey. Simply click on the one of your choice and you’ll find all the details about your bus route!
- Birmingham ↔ Bournemouth
- Birmingham ↔ Bradford
- Birmingham ↔ Bridgwater
- Birmingham ↔ Edinburgh
- Birmingham ↔ Glasgow
- Birmingham ↔ Leeds
- Birmingham ↔ Leicester
- Birmingham ↔ Loughborough
- Birmingham ↔ Milton Keynes
- Dublin ↔ Ballyshannon
- Dublin ↔ Clonmel
- Dublin ↔ Cork
- Dublin ↔ Donegal
- Dublin ↔ Dublin Airport
- Dublin ↔ Galway
- Dublin ↔ Limerick
- Dublin ↔ Sligo
- Dublin ↔ Wexford