Thanks to budget carrier Ryanair, it’s really easy to find cheap flights from Bristol to Dublin. Not only that, but you can get to the Republic of Ireland’s capital city with airlines including Aer Lingus and British Airways, too, so there’s plenty of choice when it comes to departure times. Flights from Bristol to Dublin are non-stop, and only take about an hour, so you’ll be arriving into Dublin Airport before you know it. From here it’s a quick trip by coach, bus or taxi into the city centre, where you’ve got plenty of sights to tick off. Tiptoe around Dublin Castle, meet the residents of Dublin Zoo, or get a brewery experience at the Guinness Storehouse.
Flights from Bristol to Dublin generally take around an hour.
You can find a cheap flight from Bristol to Dublin with Ryanair, Aer Lingus and British Airways.
There are around five or six flights leaving Bristol and arriving in Dublin every day. To weigh up your options, use the Cheapflights search bar at the top of the page. You can compare ticket prices and flight times to find the ones that work best for your budget and travel plans.
Your Bristol to Dublin flight will leave from Bristol Airport (BRS) and arrive at Dublin Airport (DUB), which is about six miles north of Dublin city centre.
The cheapest non-stop flight from Bristol to Dublin is flying with Ryanair from Bristol Airport to Dublin Airport.
Bristol to Dublin flights are a great choice if you want a UK city break without the hassle. The flight time is really short, and there’s no lengthy transfer when you get to Dublin – take the private Aircoach service and you’ll be in the city centre in about 30-45 minutes. Once you’re in the city, take your pick of things to do. The Guinness Storehouse is Ireland’s most popular visitor attraction, and there’s no shortage of great pubs where you can pick up a creamy pint of stout. There are museums and galleries galore – many of them free – and Dublin castle is well worth a visit, too. Dublin is right by the sea on Ireland’s east coast, so you’ve also got some lovely Irish beaches. July and August the best time to enjoy them weather-wise, with average daily temperatures of about 16 degrees, and sea temperatures that aren’t far off that.
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