Did you know you can get to Dublin from as little as £25 return? Cheap Ryanair flights are currently available on our flights finder, including some weekends throughout early summer.
The best value is only from a handful of UK airports but you can, of course, fly from all others for a bit more.
Booking Info Timeframe: 1. May. 2018 - 29. Jun. 2018
- Flights from UK to Dublin
- Many dates May, 2018
- Sample date: 18 - 20 May, 2018 from Newcastle
- Flights operated by Ryanair
- Hand luggage included
Dublin has something to offer everyone, from charming old streets, historic castles to the iconic 120m tall Spire. Of course Dublin is home to the world famous Guinness Storehouse which gives visitors a taste (quite literally) of how the worlds most famous beer is brewed. If the Guinness Storehouse whets your appetite for the black stuff then the nightlife of Temple Bar is legendary, with the party going on into the wee hours on the weekend.
In terms of getting around we recommend buying the 72hr Leap Visitor Card from the airport on arrival as it gives unlimited public transport use in the city as well as to and from the airport - not to mention avoiding rummaging around for change to buy your transport tickets!
Need a hotel?
Of course you'll need somewhere to stay during your trip so head over to our pirate hotel finder to track down the best rates. Whether you're in the market for 5* luxury or a budget friendly hostel, you'll find it on our hotel search! For more out of the box accommodation Airbnb is your friend with a great range of cool places to stay in cities around the world and we've curated the best options for you here.
Need a car hire?
You might want to consider getting your own set of wheels for your holiday. You could snap one up for the break using our car comparison tool from £13 in total.
Please note -- Prices are correct at time of publishing, based on the sample dates provided and are subject to fluctuation, depending on availability.