Flights from Rome to Dublin

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Flight information Rome to Dublin

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Average flight time, total distance 1896 kilometres

3h 10min

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1 airport

Frequently asked questions

There's one airport in Dublin: Dublin.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from Rome to Dublin is €34. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
3h 10min is the average flight time from Rome to Dublin.
There are 3 airlines who fly direct from Rome to Dublin.
As of October, there are 26 flights per week flying from Rome to Dublin.

This information is correct as of March 2016

Airlines that fly from Rome to Dublin

Currently Air France, Ryanair, Aer Lingus, KLM, Alitalia, Lufthansa and Swiss Airlines offer flights from Rome to Dublin

Terminal Information – Departing

Rome is served by two airports; Fiumicino and Rome Ciampino.

Officially named Leonardo da Vinci Airport, Fiumicino is situated 32km from the city. It takes around 45 minutes to reach by car. The best way to get to the city is via the Express train to Rome's main railway station, Stazione Termini. Tickets cost €11* one-way only. The service runs every 30 minutes, between 6.30am and 11.30pm. Taxis and car hire are also available.

Ciampino Airport is much smaller without much in the way of services. It is 14 km from the centre of Rome and can be reached by car in 40 minutes. The Terravision coach service runs from the terminal to Central Train Station, taking just 40 minutes. The price of a ticket is €4* for an adult single and €8* for an adult return.

Both airports have internet access, baby changing facilities, a range of shops and places to eat including duty free shopping, bars, cafes and restaurants. There is car hire and car parking also available.

Terminal Information – Arriving

Dublin Airport has a selection of restaurants, bars, cafes, a seafood bar, traditional Irish pub and fast food outlets. There is plenty in the way of shopping including a duty free area and places to purchase books, gifts, newspapers, fashions and travel essentials. There are also cash machines, currency exchange desks, baby changing facilities, an airport lounge, a children’s play area, car parking, car hire and two on-site hotels.

Just 5 miles from the centre of Dublin, it is convenient to reach by both car and by local bus. Services 41, 16, 102 and the Airlink 747 all connect the airport to the city centre in just 30 minutes with a single ticket costing from £6*. Taxis and car hire are also available from outside the terminal.

Practical Information

You need your passport with you when you’re flying out with the UK. There are printers in the check-in area of RomeAirport, 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

Dublin is an ideal weekend break destination filled with culture and art, history, architecture and a fantastically laid back pub scene and lively nightlife. Famed for its hospitality, Dublin welcomes visitors with great ‘craic’ and plenty of historic sites, foodies treats and artistic venues. Literary lovers can take a tour of the haunts of famous Dublin of writers including Joyce, Yeats and Beckett or visit the iconic Trinity College to admire the ancient Book of Kells not to mention the magnificent architecture of the college. Medieval and Georgian splendour lines the streets of Dublin along with an abundance of cosy, hip and traditional pubs like those in iconic Temple Bar where you can hear everything from traditional live music to comedy while drinking a pint of the country’s most famous export; Guinness. Dublin’s dining scene is famed for its delicious locally grown fresh produce while museums, galleries and the Guinness Storehouse offer a glimpse of Ireland’s rich culture. Dublin is also home to some breath-taking Blue Flag beaches that offer fun in the sun from June to August and romantic winter walks along the sand, in the cooler months.

Dublin is a great city to visit any time of year but the warm summers mean alfresco drinking in beer gardens and outdoor festivals and music while spring and autumn see fewer tourists but are still mild. Winters may be cold and wet but if you want tourist free streets, cheaper accommodation and stunning windswept coastal walks, this is the time to visit.

Dublin is the capital city and there it is not very cheap but there are always ways to save money Eating in local restaurants away from the main tourist streets, and by opting for accommodation a little further out of the centre and commuting in by local bus, some pennies can be saved. Prices in Dublin range from €14* for a ticket to the Guinness Factory to €1*for a local bus ride. If you are not having a hotel breakfast you can find one in the city from €4*, dinner for one from around €8* and a pint of Guinness from approximately €4* depending on where you go. There are plenty of backpacker hostels to chose from that will save you money rather than staying in a hotel.

*Prices subject to change

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