You’re looking for a coach from Birmingham to Dublin? Then use our search function to find the perfect option. If you want to get there quickly, pick the fastest connection provided by Eurolines UK, which will get you there in 8 hr 30 min. There will also be buses which take a little longer and might therefore not seem too attractive at the first glance - then again these could be the most inexpensive options. This is why it's good to compare! If you want to save a lot of money on your way from Dublin to Birmingham, opt for the most inexpensive ticket, which starts from £18.00. Beware: Should you book too spontaneously or in times of unusually high demand, tickets could be a little more pricey. Simply click "Find Now" to see all available connections and take your pick!
Bus Birmingham - Dublin 308 km
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The cheapest coach connections from Birmingham to Dublin
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Departure / Arrival
Date best offer
- BirminghamDublin22:0006:304 Dec+1Eurolines UK
- BirminghamDublin22:0006:3012 Jan+1Eurolines UK
- BirminghamDublin22:0006:304 Dec+1National Express
- BirminghamDublin22:0006:3012 Jan+1National Express
- BirminghamDublin22:0006:307 Mar+1Eurolines UK
- BirminghamDublin22:0006:3021 Nov+1Eurolines UK
- BirminghamDublin22:0006:3024 Nov+1Eurolines UK
- BirminghamDublin22:0006:301 Dec+1Eurolines UK
- BirminghamDublin22:0006:3026 Nov+1Eurolines UK
- BirminghamDublin22:0006:3019 Feb+1National Express
- BirminghamDublin22:0006:3026 Nov+1National Express
- BirminghamDublin22:0006:307 Mar+1National Express
- BirminghamDublin22:0006:3024 Nov+1National Express
- BirminghamDublin22:0006:301 Dec+1National Express
Current ticket pricesTicket prices for a bus trip from Birmingham to Dublin are subject to demand. A rule of thumb: The earlier you book, the cheaper the fare – with a bit of luck you might score a ticket for only £18.00. A comparison with other means of transportation can be a good idea as well: Check train, carpooling and flight deals and we’re sure you’ll find a top-notch deal.
Find out more details about the service on your bus from Birmingham to Dublin and returnIt’s not difficult to find an inexpensive bus ticket for a trip from Birmingham to Dublin – finding the best one, however, can be a little bit more tricky. But don't panic: CheckMyBus is here to help you! On our website, you can compare the offers of numerous coach providers. If you’re in a hurry, simply pick the fastest bus. If you want to save money, go for the cheapest option. We recommend you also take a look at the individual amenities: If the provider of your choice offers free WiFi access, then checking your Facebook or keeping up to date on the latest football scores will be no problem whatsoever. If you want to take a snowboard or other sports gear, on the other hand, make sure that bulky luggage transportation is available. On the route of your choice, this is case when you opt for the buses provided by National Express. Gone are the days when you had to pay extra for good service: Most features such as WiFi, electrical outlets or the transportation of a normal size suitcase are free of charge. You’ll soon see that taking the bus is just as convenient as travelling by plane or train!
Birmingham and Dublin: Useful Info
A taxi journey in Birmingham is 63% more expensive than in Dublin.
A bus fare in Birmingham is 76% more expensive than in Dublin.
A pint of beer in Birmingham is 60% more expensive than in Dublin.
A bottle of water in Birmingham is 70% more expensive than in Dublin.
A meal in Birmingham is 24% 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 ↔ Bradford
- Birmingham ↔ Brighton
- Birmingham ↔ Cardiff
- Birmingham ↔ Edinburgh
- Birmingham ↔ Glasgow
- Birmingham ↔ Leeds
- Birmingham ↔ Leicester
- Birmingham ↔ Liverpool
- Birmingham ↔ Milton Keynes
- Dublin ↔ Ballyshannon
- Dublin ↔ Clonmel
- Dublin ↔ Cork
- Dublin ↔ Donegal
- Dublin ↔ Dublin Airport
- Dublin ↔ Galway
- Dublin ↔ Limerick
- Dublin ↔ Sligo
- Dublin ↔ Wexford