Dublin is a magical city of legends, history, beer, beaches, festivals, music and great Irish food.
Trains in Dublin are 20% cheaper than in Brussels.
The average meal is 30% more expensive in Dublin than in Brussels.
A taxi fare in Dublin is 20% cheaper than in Brussels.
Coffee is 9% more expensive in Dublin than in Brussels.
The capital city of Belgium is home to over a million residents. It is also the site of Brussels Airport, or Zaventem, the principal airport of the city. Brussels South Charleroi Airport is the secondary airport catering mostly to budget airlines. Annually, Zaventem receives almost 22 million passengers and boasts an important cargo centre. It offers modern amenities to passengers including lounges, business services, shops and restaurants. Brussels South is also a growing airport, catering to over seven million passengers per year. It features the usual amenities and services of an airport including cafes, bars, ATMs and parking.
Buses, trains, taxis and shuttles are ways to reach Brussels Airport from the city centre. By bus, take De Lijn bus numbers 272 and 471 from Brussels North or NATO. An Airport Line express bus service also serves the European quarter and the airport. Take bus 12 from the city centre or route 21 from the Brussels-Luxembourg station. MIVB/STIB bus tickets should be bought from the GO ticket vending machines before boarding. To reach Brussels South, the easiest way is to use shuttle buses that you can catch at Brussels Midi station. Taxis and trains are other ways to travel to the airport from the city of Brussels.
Ireland's capital, Dublin, will never fail to impress and captivate visitors with its timeless history and culture. Stroll through spacious gardens and parks, explore amazing castles or play a round at a superb golf course. Head out of the city to enjoy the majestic sea and relax on the beach. In the evening, set aside lots of energy for the nightlife. Make sure to take advantage of Dublin's Temple Bar where you can find restaurants, pubs with live music, shops and outdoor markets. If you're lucky, you might be in town during one of the many festivals the Irish celebrate, whether it's St. Patrick's Day or the Bram Stoker Festival.
Passengers on flights from Brussels to Dublin will arrive at Dublin Airport which is located 10km north of the city centre. If you have a rental car, you can take the M50 and M1 to reach downtown. Several buses also leave from the airport to the city, such as Aircoach, Airport Hopper and CityScape. Taxis are other ways to reach the centre of Dublin. They are found at the taxi ranks outside of Terminals 1 and 2. A taxi dispatcher is on site to answer any queries you may have. Note that fare information as well as rights and responsibilities must be in plain view of passengers inside taxi cabs.
Good overall. There was problem with web site unable to check in on line. Went to Ryanair desk and got checked in no problem.
Security speed and length of walk to the Gates remain a pain.