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Bournemouth Dublin

You can expect a short flight between Bournemouth and Dublin of around one hour 45 minutes. Benefit from cheap direct flights with the airline Aer Lingus which operates four weekly return flight options. Aer Lingus will take you to the heart of Dublin so why not compare a cheap flight online today to get the best possible deal? With such a short journey time your route to Dublin from Bournemouth won't be too expensive making the price of your ticket even cheaper. Dublin Airport is located about 6 miles north of the city centre which can be reached by bus, rental car, minibus shuttle services or private taxis. It'll only take you around 20 minutes to reach town where you can find your accommodation and relax after your cheap flight. If you do decide to take a taxi from the airport make sure you agree a price before setting off and plan your budget ahead.

Cheap Bournemouth - Dublin Flights

To travel between Bournemouth and Dublin at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for Bournemouth - Dublin flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest Bournemouth - Dublin flights by departure date.

Sightseeing Dublin 1 Irish Bars

Experience a touch of folklore, Irish music and hear wonderful stories by visiting some of the many bars. Sumptuous dinners are also served where you can relax, meet the friendly locals and enjoy a cold Guinness. With their wonderful atmosphere and fabulous decor, Irish bars are a definite must-visit.

2 Croke Park Stadium

Croke Park Stadium is the HQ of the Gaelic Athletic Association. Many of Ireland's national games such as hurling and Gaelic football are held here. Take a tour to see the dressing rooms, the players' tunnel or even sit in the VIP stand.

3 Little Museum

This fascinating museum houses many interesting pieces of history. It's located in a splendid Georgian building near St Stephen's Green right in the centre of the city. There are hourly guided tours where you'll find out about Ireland's history and culture dating back many years.

4 Abbey Theatre

If it's drama you're interested in then the Abbey Theatre is for you. It hosts many productions throughout the year many of which are totally spell-binding and provide interesting information about the Irish people. Have a drink at half time in the well decorated reception area then return to your seat for more dramatic scenes.

5 Gaelic Games

For a true taste of Ireland find out about its culture, sport, history and activities by going to the Gaelic Games. There's Gaelic handball, hurling and football to keep everyone entertained as well as exciting Irish dancing. For a great holiday experience this is one venue you really shouldn't miss out on.

Required travel documents for Ireland

There's no need to set your watch on direct flights from Bournemouth to Dublin, there's no time difference to take into account. You obviously require an up-to-date and valid passport on your arrival while non-European Union citizens will need a visa if they intend staying here for more than six months. A stay in Dublin provides visitors with an exciting holiday or a weekend break. There's so much see in this friendly city, why not visit friendly bars or Croke Park Stadium, Little Museum, Abbey Theatre or the Gaelic Games.