Search 321,000 hotels worldwide.
Get the price guarantee available for your trip.
No Expedia cancellation fee to change or cancel almost any hotel reservation.
Historic Dublin is also a cosmopolitan city whose thousand-year heritage is sprinkled liberally with a healthy dose of contemporary hedonism. Its Georgian streets and medieval avenues are crammed full of quirky shops, happening bars, bohemian clubs and boutique hotels that promise you pleasure, excitement and a very warm welcome indeed.
Reaching Dublin after your flight lands is as easy as the relaxed city itself, with Dublin Airport conveniently located just 5 miles north of the city itself. The international airport is near Swords in the county of Fingal, and you can wait longer for a Guinness to settle than it takes to get from the airport to the city.
Dublin is Ireland’s busiest airport with more than 20 million passengers arriving and departing every year on more planes than any other airport in the country. The airport has an extensive choice of short and medium haul flights, as well as some intercontinental routes that are centred on the Middle East and North America. There are two terminals but all flights from the UK are served by Terminal 1.
Dublin is directly accessible by flights from the following UK and Irish airports: Birmingham, Bournemouth, Bristol, Cardiff, Doncaster/Sheffield, Donegal, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow-International, Inverness, Isle of Man, Jersey, Kerry, Leeds/Bradford, Liverpool, London-City, London-Gatwick, London-Heathrow, London-Luton, London-Southend, London-Stansted, Manchester, Newcastle upon Tyne, Newquay and Southampton.
Wherever you live in the UK it won’t be too hard to find a choice of low-cost budget carriers or more traditional airlines for your flight to Dublin.
The busiest UK routes are London Heathrow, followed by London Gatwick, London Stansted and Manchester. Indeed the route between London and Dublin is one of the world’s busiest international air routes, with well over 600 weekly flights between the two cities.
Dublin Airport is located just off the M1 and the M50 and it is a very short drive into the city centre. There are regular buses, plentiful taxis and plenty of car rental kiosks in the airport itself.
In the arrival hall you will have access to free Wi-Fi, be able to change money or use an ATM, freshen up or find a place to eat and should you need them there is a choice of hotels right next to the airport itself.
You can arrange your car rental with Expedia and save yourself time and trouble on arrival. With the minimum of fuss you can drive straight out of the airport and into the heart of Dublin.
If you are using Dublin Airport as a springboard to explore other parts of Ireland you are in for a real treat as Ireland offers some of the most scenic drives anywhere in the world. The airport is 130 miles from both Limerick and Galway, 165 miles from Cork and 98 miles from Belfast.
Expedia is the largest online travel agency which means that Expedia have access to cheap flights. So make sure you check Expedia regularly for these bargain flights because the cheapest airline tickets sell out fast.
Expedia is not only free for everyone to use but it quick and easy to use. Find the lowest flight prices guaranteed and book directly through Expedia. Browse through hundreds of cheap flight offers to find the one that suits your budget by simply inputting your travel dates. Expedia will then find the cheapest flights to Dublin for that period and let you choose your preferred time and airline. If you need additional assistance, Expedia Customer Service representatives are available from 8am - 10pm Monday to Friday, and 9am - 10pm at weekends. Our capable staff will be able to help you with any questions regarding your Dublin flight, or other booking questions that may arise. When you book flights with Expedia you can rest assured that you have booked the best flight at the lowest price.