Dublin to Cherbourg ferry crossings connect the capital of Ireland with northern France. The Dublin Cherbourg crossing is operated by Irish Ferries. Irish Ferries sail once per week with an approximate journey time of 18 hours and 30 minutes.
Dublin ferry port is the busiest passenger port in Ireland. The port has a great location which is just 2 miles from Dublin’s city centre.
Travel from Dublin to Cherbourg
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Dublin is the capital of Ireland and can be found along its eastern coastline at the mouth of the river Liffey.
A highly popular city break location, Dublin has plenty of history and culture to explore. Millions of people visit Dublin each and every year and it’s not hard to understand why.
The city’s Trinity College is a highly popular tourist destination as if the city’s castle which was constructed in the 13th Century. Those looking for a spot of retail therapy will love Grafton Street which is home to a variety of shops and the Temple Bar area of the city is home to some wonderful bars and restaurants which are great for a night out.
If you haven’t tried Guinness before then Dublin is the perfect place to try a pint of Irish Gold. The Guinness brewery is located in the town and offers a tour of the brewery with a free drink at the bar which is located in a tower overlooking the city.
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Cherbourg is located in the Manche department of Normandy on the northern coast of France.
The port is highly popular due to the variety of different ferry crossings that are available. The port has always had strong links with the sea and its maritime heritage is quite clearly important.
Cherbourg has also always been a strategic port which was noted not only by Vauban when he designed the ports defences but also by both the Allied forces and the German forces during the Second World War and subsequent D-Day landings.
In and around Cherbourg you’ll discover a whole range of different places to visit and things to do ranging from the towns museum which is home to over 300 paintings to Cherbourg aquarium, La Cite de la Mer and La Musee de la Liberation.
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