Flights Dublin to Birmingham

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Departure Thu, 15 Dec Return Tue, 20 Dec
DUB Dublin
BHX Birmingham
return from £30
Departure Fri, 06 Jan Return Fri, 06 Jan
DUB Dublin
BHX Birmingham
return from £33
Route information
A break in Birmingham combines historical attractions, hopping nightlife and a cosmopolitan restaurant scene.
Cost of living comparison
Hotel
Average room price per night
9%

Accommodation in Birmingham is 9% cheaper than in Dublin.

Dublin
55.78 GBP
Birmingham
50.61 GBP
Train
Local, one-way ticket
6%

Trains are 6% more expensive in Birmingham than in Dublin.

Dublin
2.26 GBP
Birmingham
2.40 GBP
Meal
Mid-priced restaurant
12%

A meal in Birmingham is 12% cheaper than a meal in Dublin.

Dublin
12.57 GBP
Birmingham
11.00 GBP
Taxi
Standard daytime start rate
10%

A taxi fare in Birmingham is 10% cheaper than in Dublin.

Dublin
3.35 GBP
Birmingham
3.00 GBP
Coffee
Regular cappuccino
5%

Coffee is 5% more expensive in Birmingham than in Dublin.

Dublin
2.39 GBP
Birmingham
2.52 GBP

Travelling to and from the airports

Flights from Dublin

Ireland's capital, Dublin, is an intriguing blend of culture and history, elegant architecture and a creative vibe. Dublin's busy international airport operates regular flights from Dublin to Birmingham, which can leave from one of its two busy terminals - with Terminal 1 dealing mainly with short haul and Terminal 2 long haul. The two terminals are linked by a footbridge.

The airport's original terminal, which opened in 1940, was designed by the architect Desmond Fitzgerald. Its curved building and tiered floors represent the contours of a great ocean liner and has won numerous architectural awards. Although the airport has since increased in size, the principal terminal and listed building is still in operational use.

Travel to Dublin airport

Dublin to Birmingham flights usually depart from Dublin Airport's Terminal 1, 6 miles from the city centre. To access the airport by car, take either the M1 or M50 motorways. There are a range of bus services available including the 16 from Ballinteer, 41 from Lower Abbey Street and 102 from Sutton Station. The Airlink 747 and 757 also run an express service from the city centre as well as Heuston and Connolly train stations. From the city centre and the south of Dublin, you can also take the Aircoach service. The Airport Hopper services run via Tallaght and Maynooth, Clondalkin, Lucan and Liffey Valley.

Arriving in Birmingham

Birmingham is a warm-hearted city with grand architecture, diverse sights and a lively nightlife. In recent years it has become a hotbed of urban regeneration, with new canal side restaurants and bars, gleaming shopping malls and dusted down historical attractions. The city's world-leading symphony hall has seen the likes of Sir Simon Rattle swing his baton and there is a wealth of classical, jazz and ballet performances throughout the year. Anyone with a sweet tooth can head to Cadbury World and those interested in history will be fascinated by the Ancient Egyptian, Greek, and Roman collections at the Birmingham Museum. With around half its population under 25, Birmingham's night scene is never dull.

Travelling to the city centre

Dublin flights to Birmingham arrive at Birmingham Airport (or Birmingham International Airport). It is located about 6 miles southeast of Birmingham city centre, just off Junction 6 of the M42 via the A45. The M42 also links to the M6, M1, M40 and M5. The airport is also connected to Birmingham and the rest of the country by national rail services via Birmingham International Station. A free 2-minute "Air-Rail Link" monorail system will run you from the airport to the station. There are also several bus services including the 97/97A to the city centre, 900/900A to Birmingham and Coventry, 966 to Erdington and Solihull, the 75/75A to Sutton Coldfield and the 91 to Chelmsley Wood.