Aer Lingus offers a number of flights from Dublin (DUB) to many major cities in Spain. You can choose an early morning, afternoon or evening flight. Book your trip with confidence. Check out our new options to keep your flights flexible.
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It will vary depending on what city you are flying to but on average the total flight duration from Dublin, Ireland to Spain is 2 hours, 21 minutes.
Spain is known for its laidback lifestyle, cuisine, UNESCO World Heritage sites and varied landscape. Book your flight to Spain with Aer Lingus and enjoy boutique in-flight shopping. Visit the tomb of Saint James, the apostle at the Catedral de Santiago de Compostela and take in the Praza do Obradoiro, enjoy sunny beaches and a friendly atmosphere no matter where you go in Spain.
Madrid and its art: Madrid is a modern European city that offers a taste of real Spain. The city is constantly buzzing with activity and there are many things to do while visiting this fabulous city. Tour the famous Golden Triangle of Art with the Museo del Prado, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia and the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza.
Barcelona Street Life: Barcelona is definitely one of the best tourist destinations in Europe. The city offers a great choice of unique architecture, modern design, easy access to beaches and fantastic Spanish cuisine. The weather is warm and sunny all year long, which brings even more great vibes to the city. Stroll along Las Ramblas and grab a drink at an outdoor café while watching one of the many street performers and musicians. Visit Park Güell and experience dramatic city views from Turó de Les Tres Creus. You will be amazed by the unique style of Antonio Gaudi. Barcelona offers a one of a kind selection of Gaudi’s work. The biggest and most astonishing project is Sagrada Família. His basilica is a project of huge scale - it’s still only around three-quarters complete more than 140 years after Gaudí started it.
Living History in Alicante: Alicante is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Spain. Sunny weather and friendly people are guaranteed. Many destinations in the region have developed to serve tourists from all over Europe. Alicante province is a reference for other Spanish resorts in terms of hospitality and service. The city has a lot to offer. When you visit Alicante, study the city’s archaeology at Museu de la Ciutat d’Alacant. Afterwards, see the remains of the Roman bath at the Lucentum Archaeological Site and explore Castell de la Santa Barbara, a 9th-century fortress.
Malaga City and Beaches: Malaga is a beautiful city indeed. It’s the second-biggest city after Seville in the Spanish district of Andalusia. It’s famous for its charm and beautiful, warm weather all year round. The city offers plenty of attractions and will keep you busy no matter what you prefer to do on your holidays! Visit sparkling beaches and a lively waterfront. Walk through Roman ruins and explore Moorish castles. Afterward, visit the bustling Port of Malaga.
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