Small capital with a big personality ranging from the decadent to the dramatic
The small capital with a big personality, Dublin has compressed everything you could want in a fantastic city break; from the decadent to the dramatic, all into one inviting, modern city. To cater for Dublin’s huge popularity you’ll find an extensive selection of hotels available, each brimming with its own unique character and style. A hectic schedule of international events and riotous street parties keep tourists and locals on their toes, while a blossoming variety of unique and interesting restaurants and bars are the perfect way recharge from the excitement.
You can also fly to Dublin from Manchester Airport.
London to Dublin is just a short hop across the Irish Sea. Simply compare the below flights from and pay a visit to the Republic of Ireland’s capital. Travelling by air rarely gets much cheaper and with the flight time of less than an hour and a half taking the flight Stansted to Dublin offers the perfect combination of cost and convenience. Should you fly to Dublin you'll touch down at Dublin Airport, which is around six miles from the city centre. There are no rail links to the city so the best options are to take a bus or taxi, or rent a car if you plan on exploring the surrounding areas.