Flights Dublin to London

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Departure Mon, 03 Apr Return Wed, 05 Apr
DUB Dublin
LCY London
return from £122
Departure Thu, 06 Apr Return Mon, 10 Apr
DUB Dublin
LCY London
return from £191
Departure Wed, 05 Apr Return Thu, 06 Apr
DUB Dublin
LCY London
return from £151
Departure Tue, 11 Apr Return Tue, 18 Apr
DUB Dublin
LCY London
return from £342
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With so many highlights to see and do, visitors never tire of the dazzling and energetic city of London.
Cost of living comparison
Average room price per night

Accommodation is 24% more expensive in London than in Dublin.

Local, one-way ticket

Trains are 7% more expensive in London than in Dublin.

Mid-priced restaurant

The average meal is 15% more expensive in London than in Dublin.

Standard daytime start rate

Taxis are 1% more expensive in London than in Dublin.

Regular cappuccino

Coffee is 6% more expensive in London than in Dublin.


Travelling to and from the airports

Flights from Dublin

The Republic of Ireland's capital, Dublin, is the largest city on the Emerald Isle and has a thriving historical, cultural and industrial scene. Dublin's busy international airport now has two terminals. Terminal 1 mainly looks after short haul flights, including London to Dublin flights and vice versa, while Terminal 2 is much bigger and mostly deals with long-haul, including those US bound. The terminals are linked by a footbridge. There are numerous transport links that run from Dublin city centre to Dublin Airport, as well as a network of buses and coaches that serve the towns and cities across Ireland.

Travel to Dublin airport

Dublin to London flights arrive at Dublin Airport, and the airport is conveniently located 6 miles from the city centre. Depending on the location from which you are departing, there are a number of transport options available including local bus services that run from the city centre, South Dublin and Kildare, as well as national coach services that travel from places further afield, such as Cork and Belfast.

Although there is no direct train service, bus routes also connect with nearby train stations, Connolly Station and Heuston Station. Drivers can access the airport via the M1 and M50 motorways. Alternatively, taxis offer a convenient way to arrive at the airport quickly.

Arriving in London

From sights like Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament, that have shaped the capital's history, to ground-breaking art galleries such as the Tate Modern and National Gallery, there are many reasons visitors are continually captivated by England's vibrant capital. The West End is the beating heart of London's theatre scene, while nearby you can feast on authentic Asian food in bustling Chinatown before popping into an atmospheric Soho pub or eclectic music venue. Despite the fact that London is Europe's largest city, many of its central sights can be explored on foot or via the underground tube system that will whisk you to whichever area you wish to discover in no time.

Travelling to the city centre

Flights from Dublin to London can arrive into one of the capital's five main airports - Gatwick, Heathrow, Stansted, Luton and London City Airports. All five airports are well connected to London's city centre. Gatwick is served by the fast track Gatwick Express train, which takes around 30 minutes to arrive into London Victoria, as well as the local Thameslink service. While Heathrow is linked to the city by the Heathrow Express or the slower - but more economical - underground Piccadilly line. Stansted and Luton can also be reached by the Stansted Express and Thameslink train services respectively, while central London City Airport is easy to get to on the DLR.