Below are all flights to Dublin (DUB), in Ireland. We compare cheap one-way and round trip flights to all Irish destinations including Dublin airport from airlines including KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KL), British Airways (BA), Swiss International (LX), Etihad Airways (EY). Discount return air fares to Dublin start at $1668.80 from British Airways (BA) to $7122.84 from Swiss International (LX). Airfares may include deals for non-stop or multi-legged economy, business and first class tickets to Dublin,Ireland (IE).
|Flying With||Departing||Returning||Class||Prices From (AUD)|
|KLM Royal Dutch Airlines||18 October 2013||17 January 2014||Economy||$1,629.02|
|KLM Royal Dutch Airlines||28 July 2013||12 August 2013||Economy||$1,662.68|
|British Airways||02 September 2013||29 September 2013||Economy||$1,668.80|
|British Airways||25 October 2013||25 November 2013||Economy||$1,682.02|
|Swiss International||06 June 2013||20 June 2013||Economy||$1,748.17|
|Qantas Airways||01 November 2013||18 November 2013||Economy||$1,782.79|
|Qantas Airways||12 September 2013||30 September 2013||Economy||$1,827.23|
|Qantas Airways||09 September 2013||22 September 2013||Economy||$1,830.62|
|V Australia||11 October 2013||30 October 2013||Economy||$1,837.96|
|Qantas Airways||08 October 2013||20 October 2013||Economy||$1,843.13|
|Lufthansa||27 August 2013||14 September 2013||Economy||$1,874.47|
|Emirates||20 November 2013||30 November 2013||Economy||$1,889.87|
|V Australia||25 May 2013||28 June 2013||Economy||$1,908.61|
|Malaysia Airlines||01 August 2013||29 August 2013||Economy||$1,922.62|
|Etihad Airways||30 May 2013||08 July 2013||Economy||$1,966.83|
|Emirates||30 November 2013||05 January 2014||Economy||$1,970.17|
|Qantas Airways||12 October 2013||12 November 2013||Economy||$1,988.20|
|British Airways||25 June 2013||08 August 2013||Economy||$1,990.41|
|British Airways||31 August 2013||26 September 2013||Economy||$2,002.25|
|Malaysia Airlines||27 July 2013||01 August 2013||Economy||$2,013.31|
DublinWith over 1.2 million people living there, and thousands more flooding in for a visit every year, the city of Dublin, Ireland is no quiet town. It is bustling with excitement and full of fascinating things to see and do for the locals and its many visitors. It is an extremely accessible tourist location due to its busy Dublin International Airport located just north of the city centre. Affordable flights run in and out of Dublin everyday and they host some of the most popular airlines: Aer Arann, Aer Lingus and Ryanair. Several Australian airports fly to Dublin.
Dublin is well known for its culture, nightlife and its beautiful architecture, but there is much more to the city than that. One can wander around city centre and find a multitude of delicious sights and sounds to take in. Within the boundaries of city centre, visit the Bedford Tower and Bermingham Tower at Dublin Castle, the Central Bank Building & Plaza, Belvedere College and the Bank of Ireland, College Green for some breathtaking architecture. Observe the Betty Newman Sculpture on Lower Exchange Street to see her representation of the ribs of a Viking ship; an important part of this city's history.
Australian tourists might find it fascinating to visit the medieval heritage centre called Dublinia, located right in the heart of the city. The historic Dublin Zoo is a great place to take the children and do not forget about the fantastic shopping and dining to be had in Dublin "town". This is a great city full of pleasures and treasures for its tourist guests.