Dublin, Ireland

Start the day exploring thousands of years of history and end it with a glass of Guinness beer. Book a ticket to Dublin!

Dublin is primarily known for its friendliness, which can be felt everywhere. Whether you are standing in the pub or simply taking a stroll outdoors, the Irish make sure you feel at home. The city has a number of exquisite gems, such as Trinity College. Not only does this university have magnificent architecture, it is also home to the Book of Kells. And how about visiting Gothic cathedrals, Gregorian houses and, of course, Dublin Castle? One thing is for sure: fly to Dublin and you won’t know where to start first!


Book a ticket and discover the streets of Dublin

The streets of Dublin are a genuine pleasure to stroll down. Narrow, winding roads lead you to fantastic restaurants and bars. The Temple Bar Farmers Market is held every Saturday morning and is well worth a visit. Local producers offer the best of Ireland in a small inner courtyard. And in the evening, this neighbourhood (Temple Bar) is also perfect for enjoying a liqueur or beer! Want to go home with a fully packed suitcase? Go shopping on world-famous Grafton Street!

Practical information

Transport to/from the airport

Dublin Airport is located about 10 km to the north of the city centre. You can travel to/from the airport by taxi or bus.
  • Taxi

    Taxis are waiting to take you to your destination outside Terminals 1 and 2. All taxis have meters. 
  • Bus

    Take the bus to travel to various destinations in and around Dublin. There are several bus companies that run from the airport to the centre of Dublin, for instance Dublin Bus. Bus number 16 will take you to the centre of Dublin in 45 minutes. The bus stops at the stop on O’Connell Street. 

Transport in the city/region

Travel anywhere within Dublin:
  • Bus

    As the bus is the most important mode of transport in Dublin, the city has a modern bus network. The bus runs through the centre and stops near sights such as Trinity College. Tip! Make sure you have change on you as you are required to pay for your tickets with exact change.
  • Taxi

    In the centre, it is very easy to hail a taxi on the street. You can also hire one at a taxi rank. These are located near railway stations, hotels and bus stations.

Important information

  • The plugs used in Dublin are different from those used in the Netherlands so bring an adapter for your electrical equipment!

Passport and visa

You need a valid passport or identity card.

Time zone

GMT +0 (summer time +1) 
In Dublin, it is 1 hour earlier than it is in the Netherlands. 


The currency used in Dublin is the Euro (EUR).

Duration of flight

The flight to Dublin lasts approximately 2 hours. The outbound and inbound flights may be shorter if the wind direction is favourable.

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