Travel to Ireland with Train/Ferry

Discussion in Travel started by Hedonologist • Jun 10, 2014.

  1. Hedonologist

    HedonologistActive Member

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    Has anyone else ever taken advantage of the train/Ferry combination to Dublin via Holyhead? It seems that the price of a combined ticket is virtually the same as a standard rail ticket to Holyhead itself. From Oxford To Dublin it's less than £40! I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw it.
     
  2. kasi

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    Dear sorry for that i am too late but in next time i sure that i will book ticket through the train for Ireland travel is there any one who do travel through the train in Ireland...
     
  3. daren

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    no, i didn't travel through train for ireland. but i travelled through train, while travelling in train you can see many scenes which are so beautiful, but you can stop there and explore, so for that purpose i like road trips.
     
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