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How to find cheap flights to Bucharest

Start comparing the cheapest flights to Bucharest by entering your nearest airport (e.g. Dublin) and the dates you want to travel. We'll show you the lowest priced flights to Bucharest for your holiday dates. We show you cheap airfares direct from airlines, as well as Bucharest flight deals from online travel agents. If you're flexible, our flight search tools make it even easier to snap up a bargain. Click the 'whole month' or 'cheapest month' buttons to find the cheapest dates to fly to Bucharest.

When is the best time to book flights to Bucharest from Ireland?

According to our research on the best time to book flights from Ireland, airlines usually release their cheapest flights 7 weeks in advance. This is just a rule of thumb – flight tickets go up and down in price all the time. You can keep an eye on cheap flights to Bucharest by setting up Price Alerts. We'll automatically email you as soon as your flight price drops.

Airports with direct flights from Ireland

You can fly direct to Bucharest from Dublin, or indirect from Cork, Shannon and Knock.

Airlines that fly to Bucharest from Ireland

You can fly direct to Bucharest from Ireland with Ryanair and Blue Air. Other airlines fly to Bucharest, but their routes involve a layover. Read more about airlines that fly to Bucharest.

Airports in Bucharest

Henri Coandă International Airport (also known as Otopeni Airport) is Bucharest's international airport, and the country's busiest. It's 16.5km from Bucharest city centre. There's a train link to the city's main train station, the Gara de Nord, and an express bus to downtown. The taxi rank at the airport is managed by a high-tech touchscreen system, which helps to keep illegal cabs out. Car hire at Bucharest Airport is also available.

When to visit Bucharest

Bucharest is the capital of Romania, so there's something going on whatever time of year you visit. You'll get the best weather from April to October, although June is the wettest month – it rains 14 days out of 30 on average, so pack your umbrella.

The weather in Bucharest

The weather in Bucharest is more extreme than in Ireland, with lovely summers and freezing winters. During January it can get as cold as -5°C. Below freezing temperatures are also common during December and February, so it's a good time to visit if you're a bit of a snow bunny. On the other hand, it can get as hot as 30°C during July and August. May and September are the most comfortable times of year to visit, with temperatures sitting in the low twenties.

Things to do in Bucharest

Romania's capital city isn't as gorgeous as other European capitals, but what it lacks in looks it makes up for in style. From Communist era buildings to the old fortress where Vlad the Impaler once lived, there are plenty of cultural attractions to keep the most avid history buffs entertained. The old town (lipscani) has a lively nightlife, and the bars buzz into the small hours every night of the week. Romanian wine hasn't quite made its way onto Irish supermarket shelves yet, so it would be rude not to taste it during your trip – especially since the country is one of Europe's largest producers.

Top attractions: Palace of the Parliament, Herastrau Park, Romanian Athenaeum, Arcul de Triumf, Lipscani

Further information

Top 10 Things to do in Bucharest – Start filling up your itinerary with our insider tips.

Top 10 Things to do in Romania – fancy a day trip during your holiday? Here's where to go.

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