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Flights to Dublin

How to find cheap flights to Dublin

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When to book to get a good deal on flights to Dublin

If you book 12 weeks in advance you can save up to 14% on your flight to Dublin. How do we know? We have done extensive research, and found the best time to book; when looking for cheap flights to Dublin.

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Airports with direct flights from the UK to Dublin

You can fly to Dublin directly from London, Manchester, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Leeds, Liverpool, Glasgow, Cardiff, Bristol, Doncaster, Newquay, Exeter, Southampton, Aberdeen, Inverness and Jersey.

If your local airport isn't listed, you can also fly from Belfast, Norwich, Durham, Dundee and many more indirectly.

A flight to Dublin from the UK will usually take less than 55 minutes.

Airlines that fly to Dublin from the UK

Ryanair and Aer Lingus are the two main carriers flying from the UK to Dublin. However, Flybe, British Airways, City Jet and Air France are other popular airlines that fly to Dublin.

Airports in Dublin

Dublin International Airport is only 10km outside of the city centre, and it's very easy to reach by road. The airport itself is recently renovated, modern and large, with a cafe and information desk on arrival. You can grab a taxi at any time from the entrance of the airport, or catch the Aircoach into the city for €7 one-way (€14 return). A cab fare to the city will cost around €30. It will take less than 30 minutes to be at your hotel in good traffic on the roads.

You can also hire a car from Aviz, Hertz, Europcar and many more in Dublin Airport.

If you have booked your flights to Dublin airport or are planning to pick someone up, please check live Dublin Airport Arrivals information.

When to go to Dublin

The best time to visit Dublin is during summer, when there's more chance of sunshine and festival season takes over – Pride, in June, always fills the streets. March is colder, but Dublin is the best place to be on St Patricks Day (March 17th!).  Alternatively, December is a great time to see the city whilst Christmas shopping. Dublin might be cold and rainy, but it doesn't dampen the atmosphere.

Take a look at our hotels guide to see where the best area is to stay in Dublin.

What the weather’s like in Dublin

The Atlantic heavily influences Ireland's weather, which means it rarely gets extremely cold or hot – the average temperature is 9°C. Dublin experiences moderate rain throughout the year, but the driest month is July. The coldest and wettest months are January, February and March.

City guide: what to see and do

The Irish capital is a well known drinking destination, and for good reason. This city produces more Guinness than anywhere else in the world, and a trip isn't complete without visiting the Guinness Storehouse. Temple Bar is the epicentre for nights out, but it can be pretty pricey – expect to pay upwards of €6 for a pint. Kehoe's, Whalen's and Bruxelles are a few of our alternative favourites for nights out in Dublin – see where to find them in our bars guide.

Looking for something to make you feel better the morning afterwards? Luckily, Dublin's got some amazing restaurants and cafes serving up both Irish fare (fry up, anyone?) and international cuisine. You'll need it for all the sight seeing you'll be doing in the afternoon, as you explore The best things to do in Dublin.

Trinity College is a good place to start, and if it rains, head to their library to see the Book of Kells – one of the oldest books in the world. Kilmainham Gaol is a sobering experience, also perfect for rainy days inside. When it's sunny, there's no better place to be than Phoenix Park, enjoying a picnic, or snapping away the Georgian houses on Merrion Square.

Don't leave it at Dublin: Head out on a road trip and find the hidden gems of Ireland: 10 scenic attractions to explore in Ireland - places will have you swooning for the Irish countryside.

Don't forget to book a hotel for your trip. Find your favourite among the best hotels in Dublin.

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Airports near Dublin

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