Flights to Dublin

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Last minute flights to Dublin

Departure Tue, 31 Jan Return Fri, 03 Feb
FCO Rome
DUB Dublin
return from £110
Departure Sun, 29 Jan Return Wed, 01 Feb
STN London
DUB Dublin
return from £28
Departure Thu, 09 Feb Return Thu, 16 Feb
DSA Doncaster
DUB Dublin
return from £50
Departure Wed, 08 Feb Return Sun, 12 Feb
FRA Frankfurt
DUB Dublin
return from £103
Popular flight routes to Dublin
London - Dublin
return from £33
Doncaster - Dublin
return from £65
Frankfurt - Dublin
return from £91
Leeds Bradford - Dublin
return from £24
Birmingham - Dublin
return from £21
Sao Paulo - Dublin
return from £804

Trips to Dublin

Dublin travel

Ireland's largest and capital city, Dublin, is located at the mouth of the famous river, Liffey, offering plenty of divine waterside views. Dublin has also existed as the second largest city of the British Empire, shortly after the Norman invasion and before the Acts of Union. Partition of Ireland in 1922 lead to its strategic isolation, which now provides the visitors with a stunning spell of unique contemporary art and historical education. Trips to Dublin, as of today, are considered among some of the best tours in the world.

Things to do and places to see in Dublin

There is an abundance of places to visit when holidaying in this colourful city. Dublin is known to weave a spell of magical tales and fascinating history around every visitor as they wander from one landmark to another. The capital city of Ireland is also the birthplace of iconic writers of the past, such as the great Oscar Wilde. Residing on an island, Dublin carries a long list of visitors' attractions and every type of activity that you can think of. There is no denying the fact that flights to Dublin are popular in all seasons through the year.

If you are planning to visit this city at any time, make sure you:

  • Have a look at the Jewish influences in the Irish Jewish Museum
  • Explore the artistic treasure at Chester Beatty Library
  • Try your luck at the 18th century Casino Marino
  • Breathe in deeply at the beautiful National Botanic Gardens
  • Pay a visit to the fascinating Drimnagh Castle
  • Shop for unique Irish jewellery at Djinn Jewellery shop
  • Feel free and surf at the Wind and Wave Windsurfing
  • Enjoy quality time at the most historical Dublin Castle
  • Do not leave the city without visiting the Guinness Storehouse
  • Learn, share and engage to bring history to life at the Dublinia
Dublin

Dublin airports

Along with being fairly convenient, it is possible to take cheap flights to Dublin in present day with various airlines. At the moment, the major airport in the city is Dublin Airport. Getting to the airport either from within the city or from the outside is facilitated through the use of multiple methods.

  • Dublin Airport

    Top airlines

    Some of the most famous airlines conduct flight operations at Dublin airport, including American Airlines, Etihad, and Emirates

    Location

    Near the M50 and M51 motorways, the airport is located about 10km from the city centre.

    Transport options

    There is plenty of transportation within the city to take you from the airport. Irish Ferries Ulysses, as one of the largest car ferry in the world, transports up to 2000 passengers in a few hours. Stena Line, similarly, operate the passengers preferring to sail to the airport with free WiFi and movies to enjoy along the way in a couple of hours. On a more typical standard, Dublin Bus service links the airport to a large number of bus stations around the city, along with numerous cabs that can be taken in case of emergencies.