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Flights Dublin - Amsterdam

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Departure Thu, 20 Dec Return Mon, 07 Jan
DUB Dublin
AMS Amsterdam
return from 38€
Departure Mon, 14 Jan Return Sat, 19 Jan
DUB Dublin
AMS Amsterdam
return from 30€
Departure Fri, 14 Dec Return Sat, 15 Dec
DUB Dublin
EIN Eindhoven
return from 29€
Departure Mon, 14 Jan Return Sun, 20 Jan
DUB Dublin
EIN Eindhoven
return from 17€
Route information
With its romantic canals, bustling cafes and splendid parks, Amsterdam is a city that knows no limits.
Currency and cost comparison
Train
Local, one-way ticket
11%

Trains are 11% more expensive in Amsterdam than in Dublin.

Dublin
2.7€
Amsterdam
3€
Meal
Mid-priced restaurant
0%

A meal in Amsterdam costs roughly the same as in Dublin.

Dublin
15€
Amsterdam
15€
Taxi
Standard daytime start rate
21%

Taxis are 21% more expensive in Amsterdam than in Dublin.

Dublin
4€
Amsterdam
4.85€
Coffee
Regular cappuccino
4%

Coffee in Amsterdam is 4% cheaper than in Dublin.

Dublin
3.05€
Amsterdam
2.93€
( Dublin airports
  • ? Dublin (DUB)
    How far from city centre: 9 kms
) Amsterdam airports
  • ? Schiphol (AMS)
    How far from city centre: 2 kms
  • ? Welschap (EIN)
    How far from city centre: 108 kms
  • ? Rotterdam (RTM)
    How far from city centre: 64 kms
L Distance: 756 kms

To and from the airports

Flights from Dublin

Being the capital of Ireland, Dublin is a large city with a well-endowed infrastructure. Dublin Airport stands as testimony to this fact, serving the city and its surrounding area. Dublin Airport is one of Europe's busiest and has been operational since 1940.

Those of you who have found last minute deals to Amsterdam will have to arrive at Dublin Airport to begin your journey. Dublin Airport was built on a dual terminal concept, and serves both domestic and international destinations. The original passenger terminal was inspired by luxury ships of the 1940s. The airport was expanded later to accommodate the rapid growth in passengers.

Getting to Dublin airport

To catch flights from Dublin to Amsterdam, arrive at Dublin Airport in time. The airport is located 10 kilometers from downtown Dublin and can be reached via M1 and M50 motorways. From Dublin city center, you can take buses to reach the airport. If you are near Sutton Station, hop on route 102. If you are anywhere close to Lower Abbey Street, route 41 will take you to the airport. From Ballinteer, route 16 is the best option. You may also choose to take Aircoach shuttle service, which is available round the clock. Another option is to get on an Airlink Express bus, which drops you off right outside the airport from city center.

Getting to Amsterdam

Amsterdam is the capital of Netherlands and one of the greatest financial centers in the world. The city is known for its canals and quaint streets, which are best discovered on foot or by cycling around. Spend time at one of the famous cafes of Amsterdam, and discover an alternative side to this European capital. Drink coffee at one of the traditional Bruine Kroeg cafes, which are dimly lit and have a certain quaint charm to them. Some of the more popular monuments include Amsterdam Museum, Van Gogh Museum and Anne Frank House. Spend time at Kalverstraat, Amsterdam's most upscale shopping destination, where you can find all the major fashion labels.

Arriving to the city centre

Dublin to Amsterdam flights land at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, which is not very far away from the city center. Amsterdam is a well-connected city, and reaching the city center from the airport is not difficult. You can hop on a train at the airport station to Amsterdam Central Station, which is close to the heart of the city. Another option is to board a bus run by Connexxion. City buses are plentiful and connect Amsterdam Airport Schiphol with various neighborhoods of the city, including the city center. Route 197 takes you directly to the heart of Amsterdam city.

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