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Last minute flights to Dublin

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Departure Wed, 23 Jan Return Thu, 24 Jan
MAN Manchester
DUB Dublin
return from £18
Departure Sat, 23 Feb Return Mon, 25 Feb
MAN Manchester
DUB Dublin
return from £39
Departure Tue, 22 Jan Return Wed, 23 Jan
LPL Liverpool
DUB Dublin
return from £13
Departure Fri, 22 Feb Return Mon, 25 Feb
LPL Liverpool
DUB Dublin
return from £32
Route information
With so much in Dublin, each visitor has a different experience, from historical tours to memorable nights out.
Currency exchange rates and cost of life
Exchange rate
1.00 GBP = 1.10 EUR
British Pound Sterling Euro
1 EUR = 0.92 GBP
Last checked on 13 January 2019
Train
Local, one-way ticket
3%

Trains are 3% more expensive in Dublin than in Liverpool.

Liverpool
£2.3
Dublin
£2.37
Meal
Mid-priced restaurant
34%

The average meal is 34% more expensive in Dublin than in Liverpool.

Liverpool
£10
Dublin
£13.39
Taxi
Standard daytime start rate
37%

Taxis are 37% more expensive in Dublin than in Liverpool.

Liverpool
£2.6
Dublin
£3.57
Coffee
Regular cappuccino
8%

Coffee is 8% more expensive in Dublin than in Liverpool.

Liverpool
£2.55
Dublin
£2.75
( Liverpool airports
  • ? Manchester International (MAN)
    How far from city centre: 30 miles
  • ? Liverpool John Lennon (LPL)
    How far from city centre: 7 miles
  • ? Leeds Bradford (LBA)
    How far from city centre: 63 miles
) Dublin airports
  • ? Dublin (DUB)
    How far from city centre: 6 miles
L Distance: 135 miles

Travelling to and from the airports

Flights from Liverpool

Liverpool's musical heritage, cultural scene and grand museums offer visitors a wealth of activities to do. Liverpool Airport was even named after one of Liverpool's most celebrated musicians, the late John Lennon of The Beatles fame to become Liverpool John Lennon Airport – the first airport in the UK to be named after an individual. The airport is served by many no-frills airlines that operate cheap flights from Liverpool to many European and domestic destinations. During the war, the airport was used as a military testing ground and although civilian flights resumed after VE Day, the airport continued to be used by the military until the 1960s.

Travel to Liverpool airport

Flights to Dublin from Liverpool will leave from Liverpool John Lennon Airport, which is accessible by car from the M56, M57 and M62. Frequent buses serve the airport from the city centre including the Arriva 500 Airport Express and the 80A/180 and 82A/82B. Rail services run as far as Liverpool South Parkway rail station, which is two miles from the airport. Buses or taxis run the rest of the way to the airport. Liverpool Central Rail Station is also connected to Liverpool South Parkway, as is Liverpool Lime Street Station, which is seven miles from the airport and is connected to the airport by regular buses (including the Arriva 500 Airport Express).

Arriving in Dublin

Dublin's rich historical and cultural heritage is evident throughout the city, whether you are wandering through the courtyards of Trinity College, taking a tour of the GPO (General Post Office and home of the Easter Rising in 1916), visiting Dublin Castle or ambling down Grafton Street, lined with picture-perfect Georgian architecture. You can visit the National Gallery and National History Museum, or while away an afternoon in St. Stephen's Green. Temple Bar is Dublin's raucous artistic quarter where you can browse the shops and galleries during the day and jostle with the crowds in the pubs by night. Guinness fans can learn all about the black stuff by doing a tour of the Guinness Brewery.

Travelling to the city centre

A flight from Liverpool to Dublin will arrive into Dublin Airport, which is six miles from the city centre. The airport is situated on the M1 and M50 motorways. The Airline 747 and 757 express bus services connect to the city centre as well as with Heuston and Connolly train stations. The Dublin Bus runs several routes such as the 16 to Ballinteer, the 41 to Lower Abbey Street and the 102 to Sutton Station. Aircoach also offers services to the city centre and to South Dublin, while Airport Hopper connects with South Dublin and Kildare. Other coach services operate services to places such as Cork and up to Belfast.

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