Cheap Flights to Dublin

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Sydney Dublin
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Mon., 29 Apr. SYD - DUB
Wed., 01 May DUB - SYD
$2072 $1937
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Paris Dublin
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Thu., 16 May ORY - DUB
$24 $22
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Manchester Dublin
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Mon., 29 Apr. MAN - DUB
Wed., 01 May DUB - MAN
$102 $96
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London Dublin
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Mon., 22 Apr. LHR - DUB
Thu., 25 Apr. DUB - LHR
$237 $221
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Birmingham Dublin
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Mon., 22 Apr. BHX - DUB
Wed., 24 Apr. DUB - BHX
$255 $239
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Bergen Dublin
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Mon., 22 Apr. BGO - DUB
Wed., 24 Apr. DUB - BGO
$310 $291
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Popular flight routes to Dublin

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Flights from Paris to Dublin
$24 $22
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EDI
Flights from Edinburgh to Dublin
$34
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GLA
Flights from Glasgow to Dublin
$45 $43
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BHX
Flights from Birmingham to Dublin
$51 $49
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MAN
Flights from Manchester to Dublin
$53 $51
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BRS
Flights from Bristol to Dublin
$60 $58
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Dublin vacation

Dublin sights and attractions

Dublin is a thriving capital located at the mouth of the River Liffey. It's a city that embraces modern life without disregarding the past. Dublin abounds in medieval and Georgian buildings, plus has many historical landmarks to encounter as you walk the cobbled streets. Some are a strong reminder of the city's torrid past. In the midst of these ancient heritage sites lie the trendy new museums, galleries and pubs, which attract tourists all year round. The city has many opportunities for socialising with others, so book your air tickets to Dublin and discover why this city has fast become a tourist hotspot.

Things to do in Dublin

The whole city of Dublin is like one big museum with exhibits always on display. There are splendid cathedrals and castles that are truly worth exploring. Consider booking a guided tour to learn more about the city's past and its culture. And don't forget to bring a camera, as you'll have many photo opportunities during your stay in the city.

Whether you're exploring the city as a local or a visitor, don't miss out on these much-loved attractions:

Airports in Dublin

Dublin Airport is the primary airport serving passengers to the city. It has an extensive network of short-haul and medium-haul flights served by many carriers. This airport is capable of handling 35 million passengers per year. There are two terminals and several aircraft maintenance hangars at the airport.

Dublin Airport

Top Carriers

Before booking your flight to Dublin, check out the main carriers to this airport: Aer Lingus, Ryanair and CityJet.

Location

The airport is located in Fingal, approximately 10 km away from Dublin city.

Transportation

Passengers can use buses or coaches to get to the city centre from the airport. Although there isn't a direct rail link to the airport, buses from the airport connect passengers to railway stations in the city. The airport is quite close to the M1 and the M50. There is both short term and long term parking facilities at the airport for those using their private vehicles. There's also car rental offices located at both terminals within the airport.

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