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Berlin Dublin
Tue, 12 Dec BER - DUB
Sat, 16 Dec DUB - BER
-25 %
193€ 145€
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Berlin Dublin
Sat, 09 Dec BER - DUB
-13 %
21€ 19€
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Berlin Dublin
Thu, 07 Dec BER - DUB
Sun, 10 Dec DUB - BER
-18 %
210€ 172€
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Berlin Dublin
Mon, 18 Dec BER - DUB
Mon, 18 Dec DUB - BER
239€ 230€
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Berlin Dublin
Sun, 24 Dec BER - DUB
Tue, 26 Dec DUB - BER
275€ 264€
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Berlin Dublin
Sun, 31 Dec BER - DUB
Sun, 31 Dec DUB - BER
316€ 304€
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Route information

With a thriving pub culture and an enviable street music scene, Dublin is a center of Irish culture.

Currency and cost comparison

Local, one-way ticket

Trains in Dublin are 40% cheaper than in Berlin.

Mid-priced restaurant

The average meal is 60% more expensive in Dublin than in Berlin.

Standard daytime start rate

A taxi in Dublin costs roughly the same as in Berlin.

Regular cappuccino

Coffee is 10% more expensive in Dublin than in Berlin.

Berlin airports
  • ( Tegel (TXL)
    How far from city centre: 8 kms
  • ( Schoenefeld (SXF)
    How far from city centre: 17 kms
  • ( Tempelhof (THF)
    How far from city centre: 6 kms
  • ( Brandenburg (BER)
    How far from city centre: 26 kms
Dublin airports
  • ( Dublin (DUB)
    How far from city centre: 9 kms
K Distance: 1317 kms

To and from the airports

Flights from Berlin

Germany's capital, Berlin, is a historical city that has survived many wars. It is served by Schönefeld Airport and Berlin Tegel Airport at the moment. Berlin Tegel Airport is close to the city, whereas Schonefeld Airport is in Brandenburg state, some 20 kilometers away.

Berlin to Dublin flights may take off from either of the two airports that currently serve Berlin. Berlin Tegel Airport is known for its hexagon-shaped building, while Berlin Schonefeld Airport is known for being the only civilian airport of East Berlin. Both the airports will be replaced by Berlin Brandenburg Airport in the future.

Getting to Berlin airport

To travel from Berlin to Dublin, you will have to confirm from which airport your flight will depart. If your flight is leaving from Berlin Tegel Airport, you are in luck, as it is well within the city. Hop on the JetExpress TXL bus from Berlin's central station to reach within 20 minutes. Taxi journeys take around 25 minutes from the city center. If your plane is departing from Schonefeld Airport, board the RE Regional-Express train from central station to reach the airport directly. There are also several BVG buses that leave from various locations in Berlin to its airports.

Getting to Dublin

Dublin is one of the best kept secrets of Europe, with its bustling streets, medieval buildings and a whole lot of things to do. Begin your day at the National Museum of Ireland and head toward St. Patrick's Cathedral. Spend time at the Medieval Quarter of Dublin, where you can discover ancient castles, churches and buildings. Spend time at Grafton Street, famous for its shopping options and street musicians. Dublin is a great place to cycle around, which gives you an opportunity to discover the city at your own pace. Do not forget to visit the Temple Bar, which is not an actual bar but an entire district filled with bars, cafes and restaurants.

Arriving to the city centre

Cheap flights from Berlin to Dublin land at Dublin Airport, which is 10 kilometers away from the city center. Hop on bus route 102 to reach Sutton Station in the city center. Route 41 and route 16 take you to Lower Abbey Street and Ballinteer respectively. You may also take the Airlink Express which takes you directly to the city center from the airport. Another option is to hop on a shuttle service, usually offered by Aircoach. These are available 24/7. Alternatively, hail a taxi or call a cab to reach the center of Dublin from the airport. However, these services can prove to be quite expensive.

Frequently asked questions about flights from Berlin to Dublin

How is COVID-19 currently affecting flights from Berlin to Dublin?
Using the flexible flight ticket, you're guaranteed a refund or a rebooking option (without fees) in case of flight cancellations when travelling to Ireland. At eDreams have you covered!
For flights from Berlin to Dublin, how can I find the cheapest price?
On eDreams we use machine learning to find the most economical flight between Berlin and Dublin. By taking into account the combinations of airlines, stopovers, direct flights as well as the various criteria for the journeys, our search engine allows us to offer our customers the best price under the best conditions.
Is Dublin more expensive than Berlin to visit?
Looking at taxi prices, a ride in Dublin costs an average of 4.20 EUR euros, 2% cheaper than Berlin, with a fare of 4.30 EUR euros, while train tickets cost 37% less in Dublin: 2.00 EUR euros against 3.20 EUR euros in Berlin. Comparing the price of a meal, they range from 20.00 EUR euros in Dublin, 60% more than the 12.50 EUR euros in Berlin. The price of a coffee is approximately 10% more expensive in Dublin, with an average of 3.84 EUR euros, while in Berlin the coffee costs 3.50 EUR.
When booking, when is the best time to do so in order to get the best prices for Berlin to Dublin flights?
The most popular month for flights from Berlin to Dublin are: August, July and December.
When is the best time to travel from Berlin to Dublin?
A good period of the year to visit Dublin from Berlin really depends on lots of personal preferences, price being one of the main criteria When it comes to popularity, August is the best month to fly to Dublin from Berlin, basedd on searches from our customers, followed by July and December. If you prefer to avoid the busy season and get away from the crowds March, February and November are the months with fewer searches for the route Berlin -  Dublin.
What is the duration of a flight from Berlin to Dublin?
Flight time, on average, from Berlin to Dublin is usually 02:38 hours on average, at an average distance of 1,350 km, for flights for the route (which may have 1 or more stops in other cities in between).
What is the weather like in Dublin compared to Berlin?
The average temperature in Berlin the average temperature is 33.41 degrees in summer, with precipitation around 12.0 mm , Dublin's temperatures reach 23.67 during the hot season, with 12.0 average of rain rate . In winter, however, weather indicators show around -2.3 degrees in Dublin, compared to the -6.78 average degrees reported in Berlin. During the winter period, Berlin can register 2.3 mm precipitation, while Dublin have an average of 12.0 mm rain level.
Which airports have flights between Berlin and Dublin?
The most common route form Berlin to Dublin is: Schoenefeld (SXF) to Dublin (DUB). These airlines fly this route:
  • Ryanair.
  • Find more Berlin to Dublin flights between Tegel (TXL) to Dublin (DUB) which are flown by the following airline(s): Aer Lingus.
  • British Airways.
The airlines that fly indirectly from Berlin to Dublin are:
The airlines that fly indirectly from Berlin to Dublin are:
  • Eurowings, stopping in Cologne for 60 minutes at least.
  • Air France, with 85 minutes stop in Amsterdam.
  • British Airways, with 75 minutes scale in London.

Dublin - Customer reviews

3.2 /5
Reviews: 5
5.0 /5
Sergey Bardashov
Date 2019-01-30 Age 31-50 City Ukraine

All was ok

4.0 /5
Date 2018-05-15 Age 51-70 City Ireland


3.0 /5
None of your business
Date 2018-02-23 Age Over 70 City UK

Food choices rather limited airside.

2.0 /5
Date 2018-08-19 Age City

The was one of my worst flights ever. It was baltic on the plane all the passengers tried to cover themselves so I asked the flight attendants to turn it up a bit which they did but then they overheated it. There was no air and it was just boiling so they turn on the ac again and was super freezing. At this stage nobody cared anymore just wanted to reach the destination. Wondering if this is a new strategy of Ryanair to make passengers buy hot drinks. Would not be surprised. Oh and there was a 30 min delay before taking off...

2.0 /5
Date 2019-04-16 Age 51-70 City Dublin

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