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Fun is guaranteed in Dublin. Whether you’re enjoying a few pints at the Temple Bar, exploring the grounds of Trinity College, or touring the National Musuem of Ireland, the city buzzes with energy and history. When the sun sets, listen out for the sound of live bands tuning up to play traditional Irish music.

Experience Dublin for yourself with British Airways. Start with Dublin Castle, built in the 13th century on top of a Viking settlement. Then tick off St Patrick’s Cathedral, where Jonathan Swift, author of Gulliver’s Tales, is buried. If you’re a fan of famous historical figures, Oscar Wilde, Bram Stoker and Samuel Beckett all once called the city home. Keep an eye out for monuments dedicated to them, including bridges and statues. Once you’ve had your fill of time-stamped sights, the Guinness Storehouse and Old Jameson Distillery are both on hand for a warming tipple – and tours that go behind-the-scenes of two of Dublin’s most famous exports. Book your holiday to Dublin now.

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Dublin flight FAQs

How long is a flight to Dublin?

We have regular flights to Dublin departing from London with an average flight time of 1 hour and 15 minutes.

Which airports does British Airways fly to Dublin from?

You can fly to Dublin with British Airways from London Heathrow and London City.

What’s the cheapest month to fly to Dublin?

Flights to Dublin are often cheaper during winter, as long as you plan to travel outside of the festive period when the Christmas markets arrive, and New Year’s Eve celebrations take place. You can expect prices to rise in March during St Patrick’s Day celebrations.

When’s the best time to visit Dublin?

If you want to explore Dublin in the sunshine, the best time to visit is during the summer. Make the most of the warm weather by picnicking in the parks, enjoying the outdoor festivals and kayaking along the Liffey, the river that runs through the city. March is also a good time to visit if you want to experience Ireland’s most famous holiday, St Patrick’s Day. Festivities include a parade, street theatre and walking tours, and take place over several days.

Is Dublin cheap to visit?

Visit outside of the busier times of year and you can save on costs. You’ll find accommodation options at a range of prices throughout the city, and you could choose to stay further out and use public transport to tick off the sights on your to-do list. Dublin is easy to explore on foot, so you can get your steps in, and it won’t cost you anything. Plus, lots of museums and attractions are free to visit, from the National Botanical Gardens to the National Museum of Ireland.

Is it easy to get around Dublin?

You can jump in a cab or take a bus from Dublin Airport to the city. A return bus ticket is the cheapest option, and both methods take at least 30 minutes.

To see more of Dublin, book a car hire with British Airways, and receive great benefits, with all mandatory charges included and 24-hour customer support. Collect Avios on every rental.

Why visit Dublin?

Full of character, personality and warmth, Dublin is a city break that always feels full of life. Ideal for a weekend away, it has a compact city centre that’s perfect for taking in the sights on foot. A mix of elegant Georgian architecture, modern culture and old-world history, it’s easy to see the Irish capital’s appeal. In the heart of the city, visit Ireland’s most prestigious university, Trinity College, and snap a photo in the Old Library, home to the Book of Kells. Take a stroll down the bustling Grafton Street on your way to the Guinness Storehouse, a popular museum where you can discover the history of the famous beer and see how it’s made.

Why fly British Airways to Dublin?

Discover outstanding service from the moment you book. Choose to fly with hand baggage only or pick a price that includes a 23kg checked baggage allowance and free seat selection 24 hours before you fly. On board you’ll find HEPA-filtered air, quality on-board catering and a warm, uniquely British welcome.

Simply relax and let us take care of you, every step of the way.

Economy class flights to Dublin

From 122return

from Madrid, November 2024

Our short-haul economy cabins are great value if you’re looking for cheap flights. If you are only bringing hand luggage, consider booking basic economy. Alternatively, you can pick a price that includes 23kg checked baggage and free seat selection 48 hours before you fly.

November

122

return, from Madrid

122

December

122

return, from Madrid

122

January

122

return, from Madrid

122

Business class flights to Dublin

From 299return

from Madrid, March 2024

Club Europe, our spacious business class cabin, has a premium menu and priority boarding. We keep the middle seat free so you can always enjoy a guaranteed window or aisle seat and more personal space for working or relaxing. Business class passengers also have lounge access at the airport.

March

299

return, from Madrid

299

November

299

return, from Madrid

299

December

299

return, from Madrid

299

Dublin Travel Essentials

Flight time

1 hr 15 mins

Time zone

BST

Currency

Euro

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Emine Saner, London based journalist and writer

It’s a huge city, but first-timers with only 48 hours in Londonneedn’t venture far from the centre

Emine Saner,  London based journalist and writer

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