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Last minute flights to Dublin

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Departure Wed, 16 Jan Return Thu, 17 Jan
LGW London
DUB Dublin
return from £20
Departure Mon, 07 Jan Return Tue, 08 Jan
SEN London
DUB Dublin
return from £42
Departure Sun, 30 Dec Return Thu, 03 Jan
LHR London
DUB Dublin
return from £101
Departure Thu, 10 Jan Return Mon, 14 Jan
LTN London
DUB Dublin
return from £27
Route information
Discover the most useful information about London and Dublin to organise your travel.
Currency exchange rates and cost of life
Exchange rate
1.00 GBP = 1.11 EUR
British Pound Sterling Euro
1 EUR = 0.91 GBP
Last checked on 16 December 2018
Train
Local, one-way ticket
3%

Trains in Dublin are 3% cheaper than in London.

London
£2.5
Dublin
£2.43
Meal
Mid-priced restaurant
10%

A meal in Dublin is 10% cheaper than a meal in London.

London
£15
Dublin
£13.47
Taxi
Standard daytime start rate
28%

A taxi fare in Dublin is 28% cheaper than in London.

London
£5
Dublin
£3.59
Coffee
Regular cappuccino
1%

Coffee is 1% more expensive in Dublin than in London.

London
£2.72
Dublin
£2.75
( London airports
  • ? Heathrow (LHR)
    How far from city centre: 14 miles
  • ? Gatwick (LGW)
    How far from city centre: 25 miles
  • ? Stansted (STN)
    How far from city centre: 30 miles
  • ? Luton International (LTN)
    How far from city centre: 27 miles
  • ? London City (LCY)
    How far from city centre: 7 miles
  • ? Southend (SEN)
    How far from city centre: 35 miles
) Dublin airports
  • ? Dublin (DUB)
    How far from city centre: 6 miles
L Distance: 288 miles

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Useful information for the flight from London to Dublin

How long is the London flight to Dublin?

You can look forward to express journeys when you book cheap flights to Dublin, with the total journey from London airports taking approximately 1 hour 25 minutes.

Is there a time change from London to Dublin?

Unlike elsewhere in Europe, there's no time difference between London and Dublin, meaning you won't need to adjust your watch or smartphone after catching direct flights to the Irish capital.

What time should I arrive at the airport?

Heading to the airport with two hours to spare before departure is advisable.

Which airlines fly from London to Dublin?

A selection of popular airlines fly from London airports to Dublin Airport, including Ryanair, Aer Lingus, FlyBe and British Airways, giving you plenty of choice when it comes to picking an operator to ferry you off on your holidays. With an average flight duration of 1 hour 25 minutes, covering some 290 miles of flight path, it's a quick and comfortable journey whatever your reason for travelling.

How to find cheap flights from London to Dublin

With eDreams, it's easy to find great rates on departures from London to Dublin. Use our user-friendly platform to find direct flights for dream trips, along with fantastic travel deals so you can get out and explore the Irish capital with plenty of money to spare. We always display the most economical fares first, saving you plenty of time when it comes to narrowing down your search. If you are looking for specifics, such as airline names, airport names, or certain departures, you can filter for this.

When is the best time to fly from London to Dublin?

Planning a trip to Dublin, but curious as to when the cheapest time to go is? We're on hand to help with all your planning, with plenty of ideas to keep your city breaks filled with excitement and wonder. When you travel to Dublin, you can look forward to thrilling annual events throughout the year.

  • February-March: Enjoy the latest from the silver screen at the Dublin Film Festival.
  • March: Get a front row seat at the best St. Patrick's Day Parade in the world.
  • June: Party until the early hours at Dublin Pride.
  • September: Brush shoulders with creatives at the Dublin Fringe Festival.
  • September: Take part in The Liffey Swim, an annual race in Dublin's main river.

No matter what time of year you visit, you'll always find something to keep your hours occupied. What's more, with great rates on ticket deals and airfares, you can visit again and again.

Airports in London

Useful information on London Heathrow Airport

Heathrow caters to a range of international and domestic flights, with convenient rail and road connections to the city centre and surrounding areas. TfL operates regular rail services from London Paddington, while the Heathrow Express connects Terminals 2 and 3 to the city at large. Road connections via the M25 also make driving, buses and taxis a plausible option.

Useful information on London Gatwick Airport

Heading out from Gatwick? The Gatwick Express runs from London Victoria every 15 minutes throughout the day, with first services commencing in the early morning. Heading in by road? The M25 makes for convenient ground transport connections.

Useful information on London Stansted Airport

If you're planning on flying out from Stansted Airport, the Stansted Express from London Victoria is an ideal option for those seeking a public transport route. Road connections are also possible via the M11 and M25 motorways.

Airports in Dublin

Useful information on Dublin Airport

All inbound flights arrive into Dublin Airport. Located only 6 miles from the city centre itself, you can make quick and easy transfers to your next port of call after landing aboard the 747 Airlink bus service. Journeys usually take no more than 25 minutes in average traffic. Taxis are also available outside of the main terminal building.

What to do and visit in Dublin

You've plenty of things to keep you occupied during your trip to Dublin. When you're in the Irish capital enjoying a long overdue getaway, look forward to exciting attractions such as:

  • Guinness Storehouse: Enjoy a sip of the black stuff and see where it's made. You don't need to be a beer lover to appreciate this tour.
  • Temple Bar: A bustling hub of nightlife and live entertainment.
  • Dublin Castle: Explore some of the most historic architecture in all of Dublin.
  • The Liberties: Take some time to explore the sights of one of Dublin's most iconic neighbourhoods.
  • Trinity College: Founded by Queen Elizabeth I in 1592, this university is worth visiting just for its extensive library that holds over six million volumes. Nowadays, the university is known for its exellent achievements in research.
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Dublin - Latest customers reviews

3.6 /5
Reviews: 5
2.0 /5
Aunty ree
Date 2018-09-26 Age 51-70 Location Galway. Ireland.

Not enough security desks open 30 to 40 mins to go through. Not good when you have small children.

4.0 /5
Janet Courtney
Date 2018-03-09 Age 31-50 Location Northern Ireland

Always an efficient airport

5.0 /5
jay
Date 2018-02-22 Age Over 70

My bus from belfast only stopped at one terminal, not the one I was to use. So it would be nice if the bus stopped at both terminals

2.0 /5
Frequent flyer

All flights from terminal 1 delayed.

5.0 /5
Atet
Date 2017-08-20 Age 31-50 Location Scotland

Everything's good.

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