Cheap Flights from Edinburgh to Dublin

Flight information Edinburgh to Dublin

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With help from Skyscanner, you can find incredibly cheap flights from Edinburgh to Dublin. Owing to the short distance between these international cities, travelers can find affordable direct flights from Edinburgh to Dublin as well as connecting flights at even cheaper rates. Edinburgh is served by Edinburgh Airport, one of the busiest airports in the UK. Travelers can reach this bustling international airport via train, tram, bus, coaches, taxi service, and car rentals. Many travelers prefer to drive their own vehicles or even their bicycles to reach the airport since parking is available.

Flying from Edinburgh Airport

Edinburgh Airport (EDI) is located just under six miles from Edinburgh’s city center in the Ingliston district. The airport features a wide array of facilities designed for business travelers, families, and disabled individuals. Edinburgh Airport features one terminal and two runways. The airport is served more than 30 airlines that fly to more than 170 worldwide locations. Travelers will find nearby hotels and on-site eateries, bars, and shops. When flying internationally, be sure to get to the airport in plenty of time to get through customs. Edinburgh features a fastTrack that allows pre-approved travelers to move more quickly through the screening process.

Flying to Dublin

Airlines such as British Airways, Aer Lingus, and Ryanair make direct flights from Edinburgh to Dublin, but travelers can also find connecting flights at affordable prices. You can use Skyscanner to locate cheap flights from Edinburgh to Dublin. When flying to Dublin from Scotland, you will land at Dublin Airport, which is located just over six miles north of the city. Travelers have the option of renting a car to reach their destination or taking a taxi or bus. Be sure to use Skyscanner’s helpful tools like its car rental search or hotel search to find great deals. Upon landing at Dublin Airport, you will be able to enjoy a meal at one of the on-site restaurants like Flutes Wine and Deli or The Garden Terrace. Dublin Airport features many amenities for travelers like a concierge service, banks and money exchanges, lounges with Wi-Fi, and baby changing facilities.

Tips for Travel to Dublin

Remember that both Edinburgh and Dublin Airports may experience travel delays at any time of the year due to inclement weather like fog and storms. Both cities feature similar climates, so travelers leaving Edinburgh will find that seasonal conditions in Dublin require little alteration is needed in terms of clothing. Also, Dublin is a relatively compact city, so it’s decidedly conducive to walking. Many travelers enjoy walking from one site to the next, but car rentals and bus service are also popular options.

Must-See Dublin Attractions

As an ancient city, Dublin is home to a wealth of culturally rich and historic sites. When crafting your travel itinerary, you may want to include popular attractions like St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin Castle, and Trinity College. In addition, Dublin is filled with more modern attractions, too, like Dublin Zoo, the Guinness Storehouse, and the Irish Museum of Modern Art. Be sure to enjoy a meal at one of the city’s quintessential pubs and explore its renowned shops and parks. Remember you can use Skyscanner to sign up for email alerts for cheap flights from Edinburgh to Dublin any time of year.

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