Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 NO Luggage Storage at Padua train station?
  2. 2 8-Week Itinerary in Europe (for my 40th Birthday)
  3. 3 Sweden, Estonia and Southern Croatia
  4. 4 Trip Report Our Roman Holiday - 8 nights in the Eternal City
  5. 5 Tattoos in Italy
  6. 6 What's the biggest mistake you made on a European trip?
  7. 7 London/Edinburgh in a few weeks, what should I get done ahead of time?
  8. 8 Another Question re Scotland
  9. 9 Place to stay
  10. 10 Milan to Chamonix by bus
  11. 11 Charming areas to explore in London
  12. 12 Transport from palace of versailles to Grand Trianon
  13. 13 Trip Report BARCELONA! Tapas, tours & towers - flamenco, festas & food!
  14. 14 Nowhere 'safe' : London attack
  15. 15 9 days in Eastern Sicily
  16. 16 Trip Report Weird trip - more time in A&E than sightseeing
  17. 17 After the Cinque Terre and before Genoa
  18. 18 Trip Report Our (Somewhat) Laid Back Tour of Old Fave Stops in Italy
  19. 19 2 weeks from southern italy
  20. 20 Italy trip with kids - planning help?
  21. 21 Puglia: A question about eating @ a masseria
  22. 22 travel around Spain
  23. 23 Guide books for Eastern Europe
  24. 24 Paris drinks/dinner GTG April?
  25. 25 A base for 5 days in Western Denmark
View next 25 » Back to the top

Train/Ferry from London to Dublin

Jump to last reply

My husband,two daughters, 20 & 18 years old and myself are planning to take a trip to London in late June 2010/early July 2010. We plan to stay in London for a week, sightseeing and maybe a little shopping. We thought we would take the train from London to Hollyhead,taking the ferry across to Dublin...staying in Ireland for a week.
We like the idea of taking the train, sort of a forced down day, resting from our week in London. My question is: Is the train/ferry really as bad as people say? We don't think it will be the "Orient Express" we are looking at a different way to get to Ireland. Thanks for the advice....ptm

18 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement