Travelers have found it’s best to book a flight 42 days in advance to save up to 60% compared to booking the same week of travel. As your travel date approaches, the cost of this flight route may potentially increase. While opting to book 42 days out may not be an option for all, there are still additional ways to secure a deal in the near future. You might find a flight from Dublin to Italy 1-2 weeks in advance for as low as £150, or £195 for flights within the next 24 hours.
When flying from Dublin to Italy, the time of day you decide to fly out makes little to no difference towards the overall price you’ll pay on tickets.
Located just 5.7 mi from the city center, Dublin (DUB) is the airport most travelers will use when flying to Italy from Dublin.
Some of our airline partners flying from Dublin to Italy have new flexible policies in place due to COVID-19. Ryanair, Aer Lingus, and Lufthansa are some of the carriers where you may find flexible cancellation policies. You can use our site to filter for airlines like Ryanair with this kind of flexibility.
Yes, there are multiple flights from Dublin to Italy for under £100. The cheapest flight booked recently is on Ryanair for just £39, but on average you can expect to pay £52.
Cheapflights has at least 20 direct flights from Dublin to Italy under £100. A good price for a nonstop flight from Dublin to Italy is less than £52.
There are currently 20+ open flights from Dublin to Italy within the next 7 days for less than £100.
The most popular route from Dublin to Italy is Dublin - Milan Malpensa. You may also consider Dublin - Pisa Gal Galilei or Dublin - Venice Marco Polo.
Before booking your flight from Dublin to Italy check out the most popular airlines for this route: British Airways, Aer Lingus or Ryanair.
While on average a flight from Dublin to Italy is generally £90, our data shows the cheapest flight currently is £21. When looking at the most popular route, (Dublin - Milan Malpensa), you can expect to pay £82 for that flight.
Information is based on travel restrictions from Dublin to Italy
Most visitors from Dublin need to provide a negative COVID-19 test result and/or quarantine to enter Italy.
COVID-19 testing requirements
Visitors from Dublin must present a negative RT-PCR (NAAT) or Antigen (quick-test) test taken 72 hours for RT-PCR (NAAT) and 48 hours for Antigen (quick-test) before departing to Italy.
Visitors from Dublin are not required to quarantine after entering Italy.
COVID-19 Green Certificate - Mandatory to access the inpatient departments of hospitals and nursing homes as visitors. It is useful for staying as carers for non-Covid-19 patients in emergency rooms, health, and social health facilities.
Returning to Dublin from Italy
COVID-19 testing requirements
Visitors from Italy are not required to present a negative COVID-19 PCR test or antigen result upon entering Dublin.
Visitors from Italy are not required to quarantine after entering Dublin.
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