Flights from Nice to Dublin
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Flight information Nice to Dublin
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Average flight time, total distance 1467 kilometres
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Flights from Nice to Dublin
This information is correct as of June 2016
Airlines that fly from Nice to Dublin
Currently Ryanair, Aer Lingus, British Airways, KLM and Swiss offer flights from Nice to Dublin
Terminal Information – Departing
Nice Airport is located just 4 miles from the centre of Nice taking just over 10 minutes by car. Alternatively, the SNCF regional train services run from Nice St Augustin railway station, situated 500 meters from Terminal 1. A single fare into the city is €1.80*. Buses 98 and 99 operate between the airport and the city centre with a single fare costing €6*. The journey time is approximately 20 -25 minutes. Taxis and car hire are also available.
Nice Airport offers customers cash machines, currency exchange facilities, baby changing, free Wi-Fi internet and a choice of shops including newsagents, duty free and gift shops as well as cafes, bars and restaurants in which to grab a snack or meal before departure.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Dublin Airport is 5 miles from the city centre and well connected to local transport links. Local buses 16, 41, 102 and the Airport Express take approximately 30 minutes to reach Dublin and cost from £6* for a one way ticket. Taxis and car hire are also available from the terminals.
Inside Dublin Airport there are cash machines, currency exchange desks, free Wi-Fi internet, baby changing facilities, a children’s play area, two on-site hotels, car hire, car parking, an airport lounge, conference facilities and a range of shopping and eating places including an Irish pub, cafes and snack bars and a seafood bar; a duty free shopping area and places to buy travel items, books, newspapers, fashions and gifts. There are also two hotels on located at the airport.
You need your passport with you when you’re flying out with the UK. There are printers in the check-in area of Nice Airport, so there is no need to panic if you forget to print your boarding pass. If you have a smartphone you can store your boarding card electronically on your phone. Security can scan the e-barcode so you don’t need to worry about paper at all.
We recommend leaving plenty of time at the airport, so try not to arrive any later than one hour before your flight is due to depart. Queues at security are longer at weekends and during school holidays, so it’s worth giving yourself extra time.
What to expect in Dublin
Ireland’s capital is a lively, friendly and historic city where ancient tradition meets contemporary culture. Georgian, medieval and modern architecture fills the streets that once were walked by such literary giants as Yeats, Beckett and Joyce. A literary tour will allow you to explore their favourite haunts while sampling Ireland’s most famous export, Guinness, along the way. Visit Dublin Castle and majestic Trinity College, the oldest university in Ireland which is home to the beautiful Book of Kells to delve into the country’s history. Shop for designer and high street labels in Victorian shopping arcades or visit one of the city’s many museums and galleries for dose of artistic inspiration. With a lively and young university population, Dublin is a dynamic and cosmopolitan city where outdoor food markets bustle with locals while Temple Bar’s hip bars, bohemian cafes and cool clubs pulsate until late while restaurants serve up delicious cuisine using the freshest of local produce. Stroll through elegant leafy green parks for a relaxing afternoon in nature or pay a visit to the world famous Guinness Storehouse to learn more about Ireland’s most famous, and well loved tipple.
Dublin is a great all year round destination with its warm summers ideal for alfresco drinking and outdoor festivals and music, quieter spring and autumn, and cool windy winters which are perfect for getting out of the city and taking some invigorating beachside, coastal windswept walks.
Being a capital city, Dublin is not cheap but there are always ways to save money; by eating in local restaurants, away from tourists attractions and staying a little further out of the city centre and commuting in by bus. A visit to the Guinness Factory costs from £14* while a local bus ride starts from £1*. If you are not having a hotel breakfast you can find one in the city from £4* which a dinner for one will start from around £7*. A pint of Guinness will cost from £3.60* depending on where you go.
*Prices subject to change
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