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Dublin has been transformed into a trendy city, and possibly the party capital of Europe. Explore south of the River Liffey including the Temple Bar area by the river, the shopping around Grafton Street and Saint Stephens Park.

Fly twice daily with Aer Lingus Regional and Ryanair.

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FR505 Departure:
08:05 Bristol (BRS)
09:05 Dublin (DUB)
1 hour Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Ryanair
EI3281 Departure:
08:15 Bristol (BRS)
09:25 Dublin (DUB)
1 hour 10 mins Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Aer Lingus
EI3283 Departure:
12:50 Bristol (BRS)
14:05 Dublin (DUB)
1 hour 15 mins Yes Aer Lingus
EI3285 Departure:
15:05 Bristol (BRS)
16:20 Dublin (DUB)
1 hour 15 mins Yes Yes Aer Lingus
FR507 Departure:
16:20 Bristol (BRS)
17:20 Dublin (DUB)
1 hour Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Ryanair
EI3287 Departure:
19:05 Bristol (BRS)
20:20 Dublin (DUB)
1 hour 15 mins Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Aer Lingus
FR509 Departure:
21:10 Bristol (BRS)
22:10 Dublin (DUB)
1 hour Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Ryanair

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Things to do in Dublin

Dublin City Tour
  1. Take a hop-on hop-off city sightseeing tour

    Explore Dublin's historic buildings and vibrant nightlife with a hop-on hop-off bus ticket. Valid for 24 hours you have plenty of time to see the sights of Dublin as you hop-on and hop-off 20 stops around the city. More >>

  2. See the sensational Cliffs of Moher

    Leave Dublin and travel right across Ireland to the wild, west coast on a thrilling day-long adventure. Enjoy magnificent scenery, castles, wild remote regions and of course the towering Cliffs of Moher, not to mention the Aran Islands, Galway Bay, the Curragh, Treaty Stone, Dunguaire Castle, Fanore Beach, the Burren, Bunratty Castle, and King John's Castle. More >>

  3. Visit Dublin Bay and Malahide Castle

    Explore Dublin Bay just outside the capital. Wander through the beautiful estate of Malahide Castle and enjoy the fresh sea breeze and breathtaking views of Dublin Bay. More >>

  4. Save with the Dublin Pass

    A sightseeing package which grants visitors free entry to 33 top attractions, museums and monuments in Dublin. With other benefits like Fast Track Entry and free airport transfer included, it’s the best way to explore Dublin, saving both time and money. More >>

  5. Visit the Guinness Storehouse

    A visit to the Home of Guinness is one of the highest points of any trip to Dublin. At the Guinness Storehouse you will discover all there is to know about the world famous beer. More >>

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Summer from Bristol Airport

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Spend less time on the road and more time on the beach this year.

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