(LPL to DUB)
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Take to the skies on flights to Dublin from Liverpool and you’ll be in the capital of the Republic of Ireland in just 55 minutes. What’s more, cheap flights between the two airports are plentiful, with Ryanair, Aer Lingus and British Airways all offering direct services.
So why should Dublin be on your travel wish list? Well, if its cracking social scene doesn’t float your boat, there is also a clutch of fantastic attractions, some of the best shopping in Ireland and the Emerald Isle’s most fascinating museums. So… are you ready to find out more about these cheap flights from Liverpool to Dublin?
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A former RAF base turned air-hub homage to everyone’s favourite Beatle, Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LPL) is one of the fastest growing in the UK. It is located in Speke, Merseyside, close to the motorway network of the North West and easily accessed from the city of Liverpool, which is 30 minutes away by road.
Getting to the airport is easy. There are plenty of parking options if you plan to arrive by car; book in advance with TravelSupermarket to make savings on the drive-up price.
Buses and taxis also deliver holidaymakers to the airport. But there is no railway station on site. The nearest train station is Liverpool South Parkway (two miles away); buses and taxis link the station and the airport.
There are plenty of shops, restaurants and bars at Liverpool Airport, including pubs, fast-food joints and coffeehouse favourites.
You don’t need to panic about getting to the right terminal for Liverpool to Dublin flights, as there is only one main departure terminal at this small, friendly airport. Simply print off your boarding pass or check in at the airport for your flight and then make your way to departures.
Flights from Liverpool to Dublin only take an hour, so you won’t want to waste any time faffing about at Dublin Airport (DUB), figuring out the best way to reach the city.
Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to get from the airport to central destinations in Dublin. A one-way taxi fare will cost around 25 euros, while airport coach services cost from 10 euros per adult for a return ticket – the Airlink 747 service is one of the most popular options, delivering visitors to convenient stops such as the central bus station, Trinity College and Temple Bar, and a number of hotels.
If you prefer the freedom that a hire car brings, find out everything you need to know about renting in the Irish capital on our Dublin car hire page.
Historic and modern in equal measure, the largest, liveliest and – some would say – loveliest of Ireland’s cities is the perfect destination for a short break. Flights to Dublin from Liverpool are cheap and frequent and the destination is packed with accommodation to suit all budgets. So, whether it’s a hen weekend on a shoestring or a luxury getaway for two, Dublin will never go out of style.
From the medieval grandeur of Christ Church Cathedral and Dublin Castle to the elegance of the Georgian Quarter, where Trinity College and Leinster House enthral visitors, this city’s past dazzles in the present. Catch up with the future in the Tech Quarter (hello Facebook and Google) or take a running jump into the ever-buzzing Cultural Quarter – home of pub-filled Temple Bar.
Whatever you’re into, there’s a place in Dublin for you and the Irish capital will find a forever home in your heart faster than you can say “pint of Guinness please”.