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Departure Sat, 06 Apr Return Tue, 09 Apr
BRS Bristol
DUB Dublin
return from £27
Departure Tue, 16 Apr Return Tue, 23 Apr
BRS Bristol
DUB Dublin
return from £53
Departure Wed, 10 Apr Return Wed, 17 Apr
CWL Cardiff
DUB Dublin
return from £54
Departure Thu, 18 Apr Return Wed, 24 Apr
CWL Cardiff
DUB Dublin
return from £91
Route information
Discover the most useful information about Bristol and Dublin to organise your travel.
Currency exchange rates and cost of life
Exchange rate
1.00 GBP = 1.17 EUR
British Pound Sterling Euro
1 EUR = 0.87 GBP
Last checked on 21 March 2019
Local, one-way ticket

Trains in Dublin are 10% cheaper than in Bristol.

Mid-priced restaurant

A meal in Dublin is 15% cheaper than a meal in Bristol.

Standard daytime start rate

Taxis are 14% more expensive in Dublin than in Bristol.

Regular cappuccino

Coffee in Dublin is 3% cheaper than in Bristol.

( Bristol airports
  • ? Cardiff-Wales (CWL)
    How far from city centre: 39 miles
  • ? Bristol (BRS)
    How far from city centre: 6 miles
) Dublin airports
  • ? Dublin (DUB)
    How far from city centre: 6 miles
L Distance: 207 miles

Travelling to and from the airports

Flights from Bristol

Bristol is a city that straddles the River Avon in the southwest of England, close to the historic cities of Bath and Gloucester. It has one airport, now known simply as Bristol Airport (formerly Bristol (Lulsgate) Airport and Bristol International Airport), which serves the city and the surrounding area. It was originally opened in 1929 and was an RAF base during the Second World War.

Flights from Bristol can be booked to a wide range of European cities, domestic locations and other destinations worldwide. It currently has one terminal, through which millions of passengers travel to approximately 90 destinations around the globe each year, making it the ninth busiest airport in the UK.

Travel to Bristol airport

Flights to Dublin from Bristol leave regularly from Bristol Airport and the airport is easily accessible on the A38, 7 miles southwest of Bristol City Centre. From the M5, access the airport from junction 22 (from the south) and junction 18 (from the north). There is long and short stay parking, premium parking and a drop-off area. There are several buses that run directly to the airport from the city centre. The Bristol Airport Flyer bus service connects with Bristol Temple Meads rail station and Bristol Bus Station, taking around 25 minutes from Temple Meads. There are also regular coaches from Bristol Parkway, as well as the A4 service that connects to Bath.

Arriving in Dublin

The Emerald Isle's capital sits upon the sparkling shores of Dublin Bay, exuding a warm, easy-going atmosphere. The compact historic quarter, overlooked by the imposing Dublin Castle, is a good introduction to the city's intriguing past. At its heart sits Trinity College, founded in 1592, and Grafton Street, lined with Georgian architecture, leading to the National Gallery and National Museum. Temple Bar is Dublin's artistic quarter, packed with galleries, shops and a famed night scene. Other notable sights include the GPO on O'Connell Street, home of the Easter Rising in 1916. Pop into a cosy Victorian pub for a reviving Guinness or get a taste for it on a tour of St. James's Gate Brewery.

Travelling to the city centre

Bristol to Dublin flights will land at Dublin Airport, 6 miles from the city centre. Drivers can reach the city via the M1 and M50 motorways. The Dublin Bus offers various routes, including the 16 to Ballinteer, the 41 to Lower Abbey Street and the 102 to Sutton Station. The Airlink 747 and 757 express services also connect with the city centre, as well as Heuston and Connolly rail stations. Aircoach offers services to the city centre and the South Dublin, while the Airport Hopper connects with South Dublin and Kildare. There are also numerous companies that operate services across Ireland such as to Cork and up to Belfast.

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Dublin - Latest customers reviews

4.0 /5
Reviews: 3
4.0 /5
Date 2018-08-30 Age 51-70 Location NORTHERN IRELAND


5.0 /5
Date 2017-09-25 Age 51-70 Location Ireland

Dublin is a very good airport

3.0 /5
Date 2017-03-31 Age Under 30 Location Canada

No signage indicated that non EU must stop at bag check regardless of bags or not. Just a small note on the boarding pass

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