Flights from Dublin to Stuttgart
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Flight information Dublin to Stuttgart
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Average flight time, total distance 1200 kilometres
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Information is correct as of March 2016
Airlines that fly from Dublin to Stuttgart
If you'd like to fly from Dublin to Stuttgart, Aer Lingus fly there directly from Dublin Airport.
Terminal Information - Departing
Aer Lingus' main base in Dublin Airport is in Terminal 2. This is the new terminal out of the 2 at Dublin Airport, and there's plenty to see and do during a few hours stop over here.
If you're hungry, there are options both before and after departures. Airside, you have the choice of The Slaney, the Harvest Market, Burger King and Butler's Chocolate Cafe amongst many more (there's an option for all diets here). If you'd like to go shopping, there are the usual stores like WHSmith and Duty Free, but there's also Tommy Hilfiger and Longchamp for more luxury purchases.
Dublin Airport also has great facilities if you need to get some work done. The lounge is available to use for €20 Euros for 3 hours, and free wifi is available throughout all of the airport. You can grab a shower here, or just sit and read the daily papers.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Stuttgart has a small regional airport, namely for connecting flights and routes within Europe. There are limited options when it comes to Wifi, drinks and snacks on arrival, but it is well connected to the city of Stuttgart.
Getting to Stuttgart
You can get to Stuttgart via train, bus or taxi. The train is the easiest way to get there, as the Airport is connected via the S Bahn. Follow the signs for the S Bahn once you have arrived in Stuttgart to get to the station. Make sure you purchase a ticket from the desk or the machines prior to getting on board. The trains depart between 5am and 12pm every day, every 10 to 20 minutes. This will take you into the Central Station in Stuttgart, which is where you can get many connecting trains to other German cities. It's also where you can connect to the U Bahn in Stuttgart. This ticket usually costs between €1 – €3 Euros, depending on the type of ticket you purchase.
Taxis will cost between €25 and €30 to get to the city centre. It will take around half an hour to reach the airport, depending on the traffic and time of the journey.
Getting to other German cities
Munich is one of the closest cities to Stuttgart, followed by Frankfurt and Nuremberg. You can easily reach these cities via trains, domestic flights or buses.
Arrive at least 2 hours prior to your flight to Stuttgart, as it's a flight within Europe.
What to expect in Stuttgart
Stuttgart is a medium sized city in southwest Germany. Dublin is much more expensive than Stuttgart, and it's also much bigger in size. Dinner out in Stuttgart might cost €40 to €50 a pop, but the beer here is much more affordable! If you want to keep the activities German, the Porsche Museum is a must for car fanatics.
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