Fly to Dublin from Liverpool
As the Republic of Ireland’s capital city, Dublin is the perfect choice for a city break, giving you the opportunity to immerse yourself in its vibrant culture. With a 30- minute flight time, there’s no excuse not to book your cheap flights to Dublin from Liverpool today.
Why you should go to Dublin
So, what’s all the fuss about? Well take it from us, Dublin is a must-see destination which has much more going for it than being home to some of Ireland’s most famous names, from U2 to The Script. A city rich in both history and character, there is plenty to do and see in Dublin, including a plethora of old-fashioned pubs.
Dublin has more green space per square kilometre than any other capital city in Europe, so for those who love to feel fresh air in their lungs, we’d suggest a visit to Phoenix Park. Boasting an impressive 1,750 acres, this stunning outdoor space is home to plenty of state buildings, as well as Dublin Zoo to keep you entertained.
For those with a keen eye for architecture, make sure the picturesque Trinity College and opulent Saint Patrick’s Cathedral are on your Dublin itinerary - and don’t forget to take a look inside Kilmainham Gaol.
We can’t talk about Dublin without mentioning one of the most popular reasons people visit: Guinness. A trip to the Guinness Storehouse is certainly in order so you can sample this iconic drink while you take in the amazing views of the city.
For whisky lovers, there’s the Old Jameson Distillery, and we suggest foodies check out the Temple Bar Farmers Market. The friendliness of the people in Southern Ireland is definitely not a myth so why not immerse yourself in this wonderful city and discover it for yourself? Book your flights from Liverpool to Dublin today.
Where to stay in Dublin
Staying in Dublin city centre means you’ll be in the heart of everything and only a few minutes’ walk from pub to pub. Temple Bar and Trinity College sit just south of the River Liffey and the St Stephen’s Green area is a great place to enjoy some leafier surroundings. Just a 20 minute journey from the city centre, Dún Laoghaire is a beautiful neighbourhood on the coast which is definitely worth a visit. Browse Booking.com to find the perfect accommodation in Dublin today.
What to see and do in Dublin
When it comes to Dublin visitor attractions, the list is endless. Some things to check out include:
- Guinness Storehouse
Home to Ireland's most iconic beer, the Guinness Storehouse tells the story of this much-loved beverage. Set over seven floors, it offers an immersive experience from grain, to brewing, to drinking.
- Kilmainham Gaol
The visitor experience at Kilmainham Gaol takes you on a journey through the country's history. You'll discover the stories of people held there as ordinary criminals, and those imprisoned because they fought for Irish independence.
- Temple Bar
One of the most lively areas of the city, Temple Bar is the perfect place to go for guaranteed great craic day or night. Head there for live music and packed pubs - and you won't be disappointed!
How long does it take to fly to Dublin?
Liverpool to Dublin flights take 30 minutes. Dublin is in the same GMT time zone as the UK.
Ryanair and Aer Lingus fly regularly between Liverpool John Lennon Airport and Dublin Airport (DUB). This is perfect regardless of whether you’re travelling for business, tourism or as a jumping off point for a wider trip. Book your flights from Liverpool to Dublin today to see what all the fuss is about.
Once you have booked your Liverpool to Dublin cheap flights, why not browse the shops and restaurants available at our terminal, book a Fast Track security pass or a space in our luxury Aspire Premium lounge?
If you’re looking to book flights from Dublin to Liverpool today, you might want to browse our Transport section for useful information about your onward journey or use our Car Rental booking facilities.
What currency do they use in Dublin?
The currency used in Dublin is the Euro (EUR).