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Bristol Dublin from £38

It is easy to find a cheap flight from Bristol -Dublin. The flight time is only 1 hour and so a flight between Bristol and Dublin is extremely straightforward. The distance from Bristol - Dublin is only 332 miles. The main two airlines that fly to Dublin from Bristol are Ryanair and Aer Lingus. Ryanair is the budget option and is the best choice for those looking for a cheap flight from Bristol -Dublin. Flights go throughout the day so it is easy to find one to suit your convenience. After arriving off the flight between Bristol and Dublin, it is easy to get transport to the city centre which is located 5 miles south of the airport. Regular buses run from the airport to the city centre and take around half an hour if the traffic is good. It is also possible to get a taxi to the centre which should cost between EUR20 (20) and EUR30 (25).

Looking for a cheap Bristol - Dublin flight?

  • 545

    Bristol - Dublin

    Ryanair LTD
    09/07/2018 Direct flight Duration 01h00
    Ryanair LTD
    11/07/2018 Direct flight Duration 01h05
    from £37.99
  • 1044

    Bristol - Dublin

    Ryanair LTD
    24/03/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h00
    Ryanair LTD
    29/04/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h00
    from £45.58
  • 1013

    Bristol - Dublin

    Ryanair LTD
    10/06/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h00
    Ryanair LTD
    12/06/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h00
    from £48.98
  • 1028

    Bristol - Dublin

    Ryanair LTD
    03/03/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h00
    Ryanair LTD
    13/03/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h00
    from £52.28
  • 744

    Bristol - Dublin

    Ryanair LTD
    29/06/2018 Direct flight Duration 01h00
    Ryanair LTD
    02/07/2018 Direct flight Duration 01h05
    from £54.37
  • 830

    Bristol - Dublin

    Aer Lingus
    03/11/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h15
    Aer Lingus
    05/11/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h10
    from £54.83
  • 819

    Bristol - Dublin

    Aer Arann
    01/12/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h15
    Aer Arann
    03/12/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h10
    from £55.00
  • 744

    Bristol - Dublin

    Ryanair LTD
    01/12/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h05
    Ryanair LTD
    08/12/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h10
    from £55.91
  • 1016

    Bristol - Dublin

    Aer Lingus
    28/03/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h00
    Aer Lingus
    04/04/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h00
    from £58.98
  • 545

    Bristol - Dublin

    Aer Lingus
    09/07/2018 Direct flight Duration 01h15
    Aer Lingus
    11/07/2018 Direct flight Duration 01h05
    from £67.00
  • 856

    Bristol - Dublin

    Aer Lingus
    29/09/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h15
    Aer Lingus
    02/10/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h05
    from £68.97
  • 819

    Bristol - Dublin

    Aer Lingus
    01/12/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h15
    Aer Lingus
    03/12/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h10
    from £70.96
  • 852

    Bristol - Dublin

    Malmo Aviation
    27/08/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h00
    Malmo Aviation
    31/08/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h05
    from £74.89
  • 1017

    Bristol - Dublin

    Ryanair LTD
    24/03/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h00
    Ryanair LTD
    27/03/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h00
    from £81.08
  • 744

    Bristol - Dublin

    Aer Lingus
    01/12/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h15
    Aer Lingus
    08/12/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h10
    from £98.98
  • 819

    Bristol - Dublin

    KLM
    01/12/2017 1 stop(s) Duration 08h20
    KLM
    03/12/2017 1 stop(s) Duration 15h25
    from £110.84
  • 545

    Bristol - Dublin

    Ryanair LTD
    27/07/2018 Direct flight Duration 01h00
    Ryanair LTD
    29/07/2018 Direct flight Duration 01h05
    from £114.00
  • 1030

    Bristol - Dublin

    British Airways
    27/03/2017 Direct flight Duration 02h00
    British Airways
    29/03/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h00
    from £118.52
  • 545

    Bristol - Dublin

    Aer Lingus
    27/07/2018 Direct flight Duration 01h15
    Aer Lingus
    29/07/2018 Direct flight Duration 01h05
    from £118.99
  • 1016

    Bristol - Dublin

    British Airways
    28/03/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h00
    British Airways
    04/04/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h00
    from £120.52
  • 1098

    Bristol - Dublin

    Ryanair LTD
    21/03/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h00
    Ryanair LTD
    26/03/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h00
    from £123.98
  • 830

    Bristol - Dublin

    Aer Lingus
    14/10/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h15
    Aer Lingus
    15/10/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h05
    from £127.99
  • 1017

    Bristol - Dublin

    Aer Lingus
    24/03/2017 Direct flight Duration 02h00
    Aer Lingus
    27/03/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h00
    from £129.98
  • 1013

    Bristol - Dublin

    Aer Lingus
    10/06/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h00
    Aer Lingus
    12/06/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h00
    from £132.14
  • 744

    Bristol - Dublin

    Aer Lingus
    29/06/2018 Direct flight Duration 01h15
    Aer Lingus
    02/07/2018 Direct flight Duration 01h05
    from £141.36
  • 855

    Bristol - Dublin

    Aer Lingus
    08/09/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h15
    Aer Lingus
    10/09/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h05
    from £141.45
  • 1017

    Bristol - Dublin

    British Airways
    24/03/2017 Direct flight Duration 02h00
    British Airways
    27/03/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h00
    from £169.66
  • 819

    Bristol - Dublin

    Aer Lingus
    15/09/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h15
    Aer Lingus
    22/09/2017 Direct flight Duration 01h05
    from £197.51
  • 856

    Bristol - Dublin

    KLM
    29/09/2017 1 stop(s) Duration 05h55
    KLM
    02/10/2017 1 stop(s) Duration 21h55
    from £203.70
  • 830

    Bristol - Dublin

    KLM
    14/10/2017 1 stop(s) Duration 26h00
    KLM
    15/10/2017 1 stop(s) Duration 19h30
    from £210.71

Cheap Bristol - Dublin Flights

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

Sightseeing Dublin 1 O'Connell Street

This famous street with its wonderful architecture is an inevitable starting point when visiting Ireland's capital. A number of famous landmarks can be seen including the world's largest sculpture known as the Spire, Parnell Monument and a statue of the famous literary figure, James Joyce.

2 Enjoy a Pint in the Guinness Storehouse

No trip to Ireland would be complete without a trip to the Guinness Brewery to learn about the history of the country's most famous export. You can gaze over Dublin's rooftops whilst sipping your complimentary pint of the Black Stuff - you will learn to love it even if you thought you hated it!

3 Historic Architecture

St Patrick's Cathedral is Ireland's National Cathedral and is the largest in the country. It is well worth a trip to see the architecture, tombs and memorials. Ireland's first University, Trinity College is a magnificent attraction and is one of the country's most photographed sights.

4 Beautiful Greenery in Phoenix Park

This beautiful park is free to enter and is a fantastic place to enjoy a lazy afternoon. Dublin zoo is located inside so you can go and see some exotic wildlife.

5 A Sparkling Nightlife

As previously mentioned, Dublin's nightlife is second-to-none with world famous traditional pubs and a range of amazing restaurants. Almost all of the clubs and bars worth visiting in Dublin are within walking distance of each other, so there is no need to stumble around outside for too long!

Required travel documents for Ireland

Although only a short distance separates Dublin from Bristol, it is an entirely different city. Being so close, there is no need to worry about jet lag or time differences. A British passport is all that is needed to travel to Dublin and there are no specific visa requirements. Ireland's capital city is a haven of great nightlife and fantastic tourist attractions. Divided by the River Liffey, it is home to a rich and fascinating history, especially for fans of literary figures such as James Joyce. The city is extremely large in comparison to the size of the country, though the centre is relatively small and it is very easy to get around on foot. No trip to Ireland would be complete without a trip to an Irish pub whilst enjoying an ice cold pint of Guinness.