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Flying into Beautiful Dublin

Longing to experience the best of Ireland? The country's vibrant culture and historical ties are prominent in Dublin. If the arts, cathedrals, and literary traditions don’t excite you, check out some of the city’s many pubs and restaurants. The friendly people are sure to charm you right away, and you can indulge in a pint of Guinness or a tumbler of Jameson to top off your day. If Dublin doesn’t already seem like the ideal destination, it is also abounding with affordable flights and accommodations. Read on for answers to your burning questions about making Dublin your next flight destination.   
Roundtrip Flights to Dublin
Washington (IAD) Dublin (DUB)Fri May 08-Sun May 10$673
Washington (DCA) Dublin (DUB)Fri May 15-Sun May 17$836
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Harrington Hall Dublin Hotel
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How Do I Book a Flight to Dublin, Ireland?

Flying into Dublin is affordable from many places worldwide, depending on the time of year. Prices for plane tickets range from an average low of $575 round-trip from the United States and $200 round-trip from European locations. Travelers can fly from London to Dublin for as low as $65! The best time to visit for good deals and cheap prices is September through November and March through May. If you make travel plans to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Dublin, be sure to book your flights and hotels as soon as possible since this popular holiday means Dublin is extra-crowded.

What is the Best Way to Travel to and From the Airport?

With over 1,000 buses and coaches passing through Dublin Airport (DUB) every day and located only 10 kilometers from Dublin’s city center, you’ll have plenty of choices when deciding how to get to your destination. Opt for a ride with Aircoach*, Ireland’s leading private bus and coach operator. For only 7 euros, you’ll get a one-way ticket to the city center and can check emails or catch up with family and friends during the ride using Aircoach’s complementary Wi-Fi.

Remember to look up transportation routes for your specific destination, as Dublin offers many options to get to various locations. Download the Irish National Journey Planner* from Transport for Ireland to help plan your journey.

Where is the Best Place to Stay in the Area for Budget Travelers? 

Because the airport is just minutes from Dublin’s city center, there are many great inexpensive accommodation options in the heart of the city. Waterloo House Dublin is the perfect Georgian-style bed and breakfast that is only a few blocks from St. Stephen’s Green. With rates starting at $69, this four-star guest house will make you feel right at home. Enjoy a delicious breakfast to start your day before heading out to explore the city. Dublin has no shortage of warm and welcoming people, and Waterloo House is no exception!

What Airlines Service Dublin Airport?

More than 53 airlines operate out of Dublin Airport, with nonstop flights offered to 167 different cities. British Airways, Ryanair, American Airlines, easyJet, Emirates, and Aer Lingus are popular airlines that fly into Dublin Airport. An added perk for travelers flying back to the United States upon departure is that Dublin Airport is one of only two airports in Europe that offers U.S. border preclearance, making it a breeze getting off the plane upon arrival in the United States. 

What is the Best Way to Relax With Down Time in Dublin Airport?

For an additional cost, you can indulge in all the perks of Dublin Airport’s Executive Lounge. The terminal 1 lounge is next to the security area and is open from 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. every day. The lounge in terminal 2 is next to the 400 gates and offers showers to feel refreshed after extended traveling. Hours are 5:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. daily. Pay at the door, or book either lounge online.

Home to more than 1,000 pubs, dedicated festivals celebrating literary legends like James Joyce, an energetic live music scene, and plenty of parks and cobblestone streets, it is no surprise that Dublin has been known as one of Europe’s greatest cities since the 18th century. Visitors flock from all over the globe to explore this beautiful, historic city. With the low costs to get and stay there, Dublin could be the next destination on your list! 

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