Flights from Bristol to Dublin

Tips and tricks to help you find cheap flights from Bristol to Dublin

Favourite airline: e.g. British Airways, Aer Lingus, easyJet
The majority of passengers on the route Bristol – Dublin prefer to fly with British Airways.
British Airways
33 %
Aer Lingus
33 %
easyJet
33 %
Tip: book directly before departure
A good time to book a cheap flight on this route is directly on the day of departure.
0 days before departure
Cheapest weekday: Saturday
The cheapest days to fly on this route are Saturday.
Direct flights are more expensive
On this route, direct flights are £26.00 more expensive than flights with a stopover.
non stop flight
1 stop
01h 20min
11h 00min
£148
£122
The favourite connection is non-stop
67 % of all bookings on the route Bristol to Dublin are for non-stop flights.
Route
bookings
Direct flights
01h 20min, from £148
67 %
1 stopover Edinburgh
07h 00min, from £135
25 %
1 stopover Glasgow
11h 00min, from £122
8 %

Useful information about the flight from Bristol to Dublin

Dublin, explore the bustling Irish capital

The vibrant city of Dublin is known for its friendly locals, great pubs and bars and beautiful scenery. Visitors come for great shopping and nightlife near O'Connell Street and for the universities, churches and historic attractions south of the River Liffey.

A terrific all year destination

The city is an excellent choice at any time of year and has a pleasant mild to wet climate. Visit in March to join in St. Patrick's Day celebrations on the 17th, or plan a holiday in September for the Dublin Theatre Festival and Dublin Fringe Festival.

General advice

British visitors won't need to alter watches on arrival - Dublin time is the same as the UK's. Head to the main tourist office in St. Andrew's Church; it's a good first source of basic local information. In general, Dublin is considered expensive, though it is still cheaper than London with a meal in a basic restaurant costing approximately €10. Entrance to museums such as the National Museum of Ireland, the Natural History Museum and the Dublin Writer's Museum is free.

Tips for a memorable holiday

Dublin Airport is approximately 4.5 miles from the city centre, and the Aircoach express bus service departs for the city centre every 15 minutes. A single ticket is likely to cost about €9 while a return trip is around €15. The bus takes 30 minutes to reach the centre of Dublin, and it also covers the Cork and Belfast routes. The Airlink 747 bus from the airport to Dublin Connolly Railway Station and Heuston Railway Station is slightly cheaper and faster. Expect to pay around €6 one way or €10 return. Local buses including the 16, 41 and 102 are also available.

There is a wide selection of accommodation to choose from, and a bed in a shared room is about €12 per night. It's around €45 per person for a Bed & Breakfast or €80 per person per night for a 3 star hotel.

The city has an extensive public transport system, and a single bus or tram ticket is about €2.20 or €1.50 for 1 to 3 stops. Tourists can buy a rechargeable Leap card to use on Dublin buses and local trains, and an outlay of €10 means a saving of 10-18 % on fares. It's slightly more expensive to take a taxi than in London, and passengers will pay between €6 and €10 for short city centre trips.

Flight information: Bristol - Dublin

Outbound and return from £122.43
Flight duration min. 01:10 / max. 01:15
Return flight duration min. 01:10/ max. 01:20
Distance 331 km
Flights per week 22
Departure airport Bristol International Airport (BRS)
Arrival airport Dublin (DUB)
Destination country Ireland
Alternative routes to Ireland
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