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Flights from Birmingham to Dublin

Aer Lingus offers regular service between Birmingham and Dublin. Fly to Dublin with Aer Lingus and look forward to an Irish welcome on board.

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Why fly to Dublin with Aer Lingus?

We've introduced new, enhanced cleaning procedures and air filtering systems. Enjoy a safe and convenient flight and a warm Irish welcome on board.

How long is the flight from Birmingham to Dublin?

The total flight time from Birmingham to Dublin is approximately 1 hour. The total distance is 322 km/200 mi.

Things to do and places to see in Dublin

Dublin is known around the world for its unique pub culture. The city is filled with pubs and bars offering a pint of the black stuff, food, live music and, of course, the craic.

Best Pubs in Dublin

Johnny Foxes Pub, Dublin Mountains
Johnny Foxes is a must visit for a true Irish pub experience. Known to be Ireland's highest pub, it is located up in the Dublin Mountains and accessible by a shuttle bus. There's live music and entertainment 7 days a week and you can tuck into some delicious traditional Irish dishes like stew and beef and Guinness pie.

The Brazen Head, Dublin 8
Established in 1198, The Brazen Head is Ireland's oldest pub. Famous for live music, Van Morrison, Tom Jones and the Dubliners have all made an appearance at the pub. The Brazen Head is known to let guests pull their own pints of Guinness under the careful guidance of the barman.

Kehoe's, Dublin 2
Kehoe's pub was established in 1803 and to this day its Victorian-style interiors remain the same. Take a step back in time and enjoy a pint of plain in one of their snugs and visit on a Monday evening to catch a comedy performance by one of Ireland's budding comedians.

Brunch in Dublin A good brunch is much-needed after a night in the pub. Check out some of the best brunch spots Dublin has to offer.

San Lorenzo's, George's Street
San Lorenzo's serves "The Brunch of Champions" every Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday. A resident DJ plays chart toppers as you sip on breakfast cocktails and enjoy their famous dish of Coco Pops French Toast.

Whitefriar Grill, Aungier Street
Whitefriar Grill is filled with brunch-eaters every weekend from 10.30am. This steak-house serves New York City vibes with menu highlights including Huevos Rancheros and Crab and King Prawn Hash. Fancy a breakfast cocktail? Their cocktail menu will not disappoint.

Brother Hubbard, Capel Street
Brunch meets the Middle East at Brother Hubbard. This brunch location boasts more tables than most others and has a unique menu including a Meaty Mezze Tray and Lemon Meringue French Toast.

How to get from the airport to the city centre?

Dublin Airport is located approximately 10 km north of Dublin city centre and a large number of buses, coaches and taxis are available. You can reach the city centre within 30 minutes by bus or 20 minutes by taxi.

Taxi: Taxis are available directly outside Terminal 1 & Terminal 2. The estimated cost to the city centre is between €25-€30, but the price may vary depending on traffic congestion, number of passengers and time and day of pick-up.

Bus: Several buses and coaches depart Dublin Airport daily, reaching many areas in and around Dublin and towns and cities across Ireland. To find a route check the Dublin Airport Bus Information web page.

Do I need a Visa to visit Dublin?

Whether you need a visa to enter Ireland depends on your citizenship. If you're a citizen of a European Economic Area (EEA) member state (countries of the European Union, together with Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein) and many other countries including Great Britain, the USA, Australia, Canada and New Zealand, you don't need a visa to visit the Republic or Northern Ireland. South African visitors can visit the Republic of Ireland without a visa, but need a UK visa in order to enter Northern Ireland. Check out the full requirements on the Tourism Ireland website.

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