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Flights to Dublin

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If you thought Dublin was all about Guinness-fuelled singalongs in quaint old bars, you'd be partly right. Ireland's capital has a reputation for revelry, but that's far from all there is. In fact, there's something for everyone. From culture and castles to the famous craic, this city is rightly regarded as one of Europe's top travel destinations. If you want to know the best time to go to Dublin, how much flights cost and more, let's get started.

Here is a tip for you: booking your flight and hotel at the same time and not separately can make you save up to 40%. Take advantage of a flight + hotel package in Dublin to your destination and save time searching for hotels separately. If you have already purchased your flight and you’re only looking for accomodation, you can book your hotel in Dublin here.

What to do in Dublin

What to do in Dublin

Dublin is renowned for its culture and penchant for parties. From castles and some of the finest writers in history to traditional pubs with live music, there’s almost too much to do. That’s why you need a plan. A short break in Dublin needs to be focused so, to help you maximise your time in Ireland’s capital, here’s a 3-day itinerary filled with fun suggestions.

Day 1: Start with Dublin’s cultural icons

Your first day in Dublin is the best time to take in its iconic landmarks and attractions. You’ll be fresh off a flight and full of energy. This makes it the perfect time to check out Dublin’s top tourist attractions. You might not get around them all in a day, so feel free to spread them out over the full course of the trip. If you want a few ideas on where to start, here are some popular historical and cultural things to do in Dublin:

Day 2: Learn the history of the Guinness Storehouse

Everyone thinks about bars when it comes to the must-do things in Dublin. We can’t argue with that line of thinking. Dublin is a city where the craic attracts people from all over the world. Even if you don’t drink alcohol, there’s so much culture wrapped up in some of Dublin’s drinking establishments that they’re worth visiting. Some popular options are:

When the drinking is done, it’s time for food. These culinary hotspots can give you another taste of what Ireland has to offer:

Day 3: Get back to nature in Phoenix Park

Your final day in Dublin should be somewhat relaxing if you’ve already enjoyed two days of revelry. The good news is that Dublin has plenty of natural wonders. From countryside walks to kayaking tours, you’ll find that it’s not all about living the city life on a Dublin break. A few picturesque places and scenic tours you might want to consider are:

In order to discover the beautiful landscapes of the surroundings, you can always rent a car in Dublin and travel the open road.

Frequently asked questions about flights to Dublin


How can I request assistance for children travelling alone?

You can request assistance for children travelling alone by contacting your airline. This can be done after you’ve used our website to book your tickets. We’d advise you to check each airline’s policies before you book because some, such as easyJet, don’t allow children under the age of 15 to fly alone.


How can I travel with the assistance dog?

You should contact your airline directly to let them know you intend to travel with an assistance dog. This should be done at least 48 hours prior to departure in most cases or, ideally, once you’ve used our software to book your flight to Dublin.


How do I find cheap flights to Dublin that have flexible change policies at Opodo?

Our smart software uses real-time price data and availability to find the best flights to Dublin, regardless of when you want to fly and where you’re flying from. You can adjust a variety of variables once you’ve performed a search so you can pick out the deals with flexible policies.


How can I book cheap hotels on Opodo in Dublin?

Use the flight and hotel option on our website and you’ll be shown a list of cheap flights to Dublin. Then, once you’ve found your ideal flights, you can scroll through a selection of recommended hotels, choose your favourite and complete the whole booking with a few taps.


What baggage do I need to check on my flight?

Most airlines allow you to take hand luggage at no extra cost. For example, Aer Lingus doesn’t charge for bags measuring 55 x 40 x 24 cm. In contrast, Ryanair only allows you to take small bags for free with a priority ticket. If not, you have to pay extra.


How can I check in with Opodo?

You can read our guide for tips on how to check in faster. Once you book flights to Dublin through our website, you’ll be given a booking number. You can use this number to check in online using the “my booking” portal of your chosen airline 48 hours before you fly.


Do I need to pay a cancellation fee if I cancel my flight from London to Dublin?

Yes, in general, you’ll have to pay a fee if you cancel your flights. The amount you’ll have to pay varies depending on the airline and how close your departure time is. Cancellations made within 14 days of your departure might not be refunded.


How do I know if my flight is eligible for compensation?

Flights to Europe from the UK are covered by the Civil Aviation Authority’s ADR scheme. This means you can get compensation of up to GBP 520 (€600) if your flight is cancelled within 14 days. Based on its distance from London, compensation for flights to Dublin can be up to GBP 110 (€127).

How to get from Dublin Airport to the city centre

There are three main ways to get from Dublin Airport (DUB) to the city centre. It’s only 6 miles to the city, so it won’t take long regardless of the method you choose. Buses win when it comes to cost and convenience, but taxis are faster. If you really want to keep the cost down, walking is also an option.

Bus: You can take the Dublin Express (routes 782 and 784), Aircoach (route 700), Dublin Bus or Go-Ahead Ireland. Trips take approximately 25-45 minutes and prices start at €4 (£3.50).

Taxi: There are multiple taxi ranks outside Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. Fares range from €25-€40 (£20-£35) and the trip takes around 15-20 minutes.

Cycle or Walk: You can walk or cycle the relatively short distance from Dublin Airport (DUB) to the city centre if you’re feeling adventurous. Dublin Airport (DUB) has achieved European Cycle Friendly Airport Accreditation and you can find routes (and hire bikes) from the ground floor of Terminal 1’s car park.

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.

The best time to go to Dublin

The best time to visit, if you want warm weather and a buzzing atmosphere, is between June and August. The average temperature in Dublin during the summer months is 20°C. June to August is also when the city hosts various events, such as Bloomsday in June (a tribute to James Joyce) and the All-Ireland Senior Championships for hurling, camogie and Gaelic football. Add to this a symphony of concerts and festivals, including Longitude, and there's always a jovial summer atmosphere in Dublin.

If you’re not too concerned about the weather, there are cheap flights to Dublin in September, October and November. Of course, there’s never really a bad time to go because a lot of the best things to do in Dublin are indoors. What’s more, our software can find your flights for less than £50 throughout the year.

The final thing to say is that morning flights are often best if you’re taking a short break in Dublin. The flight is under an hour and 30 minutes, and Ireland is in the same time zone as England, but you don’t want to arrive too late.

Most direct flights to Dublin (DUB) from Luton (LTN) and Stansted (STN) leave before 9 am, so be prepared for an early start. If you prefer not to fly between 6 am and 8 am, Aer Lingus offers a 10:55 am flight to Dublin (DUB) from Gatwick (LGW), while Ryanair has a Stansted (STN) departure at 10:20.

Flying home shouldn’t be an issue. All of the best Dublin deals will have you departing in the evening between 6 pm and 9 pm. That means you should be back in England and, hopefully, in your bed before midnight (depending on how close you live to the airport).

FAQ's about Dublin

How can I find cheap flights to Dublin at Opodo?
At Opodo you can find flights from £6 to Dublin. Our offers are the result of a combination of different technologies, machine learning algorithms and real searches form our customers in our platform, so you can get the options that better suits your needs when flying to Dublin.
When's the best time to book flights to Dublin?
The top month to book flights to Dublin is July, based on our Opodo UK customers. The next most popular booking period for Dublin flights is October. In third place: September. By this we mean when travellers book their tickets. For the best time to actually travel to Dublin, read on.
When's the best time to go to Dublin?
We checked our customers' flight searches, and the winner of best time to fly to Dublin is... August. The next best month to travel to Dublin is October. And let's not forget July, the third top choice for when to go to Dublin. However if you prefer things on the less busy side, we can also tell you (quietly) that the least popular month for flights to Dublin is January.
Which airlines fly to Dublin from the UK?
Airlines flying direct from the UK to Dublin include:
  • Ryanair, which flies from London and Birmingham to Dublin plus from Manchester.
  • Aer Lingus, which has flights from London and Birmingham as well as Manchester to Dublin.
  • Flybe, with flights from Cardiff to Dublin and Southampton and also from Doncaster.
Indirect flights from the UK to Dublin include:
  • Flybe, which flies from Jersey and Guernesey and also from Glasgow.
  • British Airways, with flights from Jersey and London to Dublin plus Inverness.
What are the cheapest airlines flying to Dublin?
Looking at the prices of our customers' bookings from UKto Dublin, your best bet for cheap flights is:
  • Ryanair: average one-way price of £44.21 , with Bournemouth to Dublin an average of £35.67 and East Midlands from £37.85.
  • British Airways (one-way average: £61.60) : this includes an average price from London to Dublin of £61.60 and also flights from null costing null.
  • Hainan Airlines: average cost for one-way was £88.37 , with Edinburgh to Dublin flights costing an average of £88.37 and the price tag from null being null.
How early should I be at the airport to take a flight to Dublin?
To ensure punctuality for your flight to Dublin, it's essential to arrive at the airport at least two to three hours beforehand. This timeframe allows for necessary procedures such as check-ins, security screenings, customs, and boarding, all of which can consume considerable time. At Opodo, you'll discover unbeatable deals for flights to Dublin, departing from over 234 cities. Moreover, you can select from various services aimed at enhancing your airport experience, such as priority boarding and additional luggage allowances. For added convenience, when booking your flight with Opodo, consider including insurance or opting for a refundable fare to ensure a hassle-free journey to Dublin!
What is the name of Dublin’s airport?
Dublin is served by 1 airport[s]. Dublin airport operates flights towards both domestic and international destinations within 234 cities, such as London, Birmingham and Manchester, the most popular routes.
How far is Dublin’s airport from the city centre?
Dublin’s airport Dublin is located 6 miles from the city centre.
How much does it cost to travel from the airport to the city center of Dublin?
By Public transport: The price for the trip is about 1.71 £ per person. By taxi: If you have more budget and prefer to take a taxi from Dublin , for example, the average price for the ride to Dublin centre is around 3.72 £ per km. By car: For more convenience and freedom during your stay, Opodo has the best offers of car rentals in Dublin. Pick your preferred car type and get from Dublin to Dublin city centre on your own terms.
How much should I budget for a trip to Dublin?
If you are going to Dublin, here is a list with an average price of some goods:
  • - Inexpensive Restaurant: 17.12 £
  • - Mid Range Restaurante: 77.06 £
  • - Cheap Restaurant: 8.56 £
  • - Domestic Beer: 5.57 £
  • - Imported Beer: 5.57 £
  • - Coffee: 3.40 £
  • - SoftDrink: 2.10 £
  • - Water: 1.64 £
What is the weather like in Dublin?
If you're looking for summer vibes, the best time to travel to Dublin is in July, June and August, when the average temperature reaches 17.88 °C, while June, April and July are the 3 sunniest months of the year, with an average of 26.75 hours. If you prefer colder temperatures, however, make sure you visit Dublin during the months of January, February and December to experience an average of 1.08 °C. For those who don't care too much about temperatures, but want to avoid getting wet in the rain, it's important to avoid travelling during May, September and October, when the average precipitation in Dublin is 9 mm, while the months of January, February and March are drier, with an average of 0 mm.
Airport code DUB The IATA code for the arrival airport on flights to Dublin is DUB
Most popular airline Ryanair Most popular airline with flights to Dublin
High season August According to search data from our customers, August is the busiest time to fly to Dublin
Low season January According to search data from our customers, January is the least busy time to fly to Dublin

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