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Departure Tue, 07 May Return Tue, 14 May
DUB Dublin
CDG Paris
return from 61€
Departure Mon, 29 Apr Return Fri, 03 May
DUB Dublin
ORY Paris
return from 54€
Departure Tue, 14 May Return Thu, 16 May
DUB Dublin
BVA Paris
return from 35€
Departure Tue, 21 May Return Tue, 28 May
DUB Dublin
CDG Paris
return from 96€
Route information
Being one of the most romantic places on earth, Paris dazzles you with its ethereal beauty and elegance.
Currency and cost comparison
Local, one-way ticket

Trains in Paris are 37% cheaper than in Dublin.

Mid-priced restaurant

A meal in Paris is 40% cheaper than a meal in Dublin.

Standard daytime start rate

Taxis are 11% more expensive in Paris than in Dublin.

Regular cappuccino

Coffee in Paris is 20% cheaper than in Dublin.

( Dublin airports
  • ? Dublin (DUB)
    How far from city centre: 9 kms
) Paris airports
  • ? Charles De Gaulle (CDG)
    How far from city centre: 23 kms
  • ? Orly (ORY)
    How far from city centre: 15 kms
  • ? Paris Beauvais (BVA)
    How far from city centre: 68 kms
  • ? VATRY (XCR)
    How far from city centre: 136 kms
  • ? Paris - Le Bourget (LBG)
    How far from city centre: 14 kms
  • ? Toussus Le Noble (TNF)
    How far from city centre: 21 kms
L Distance: 780 kms

To and from the airports

Flights from Dublin

Dublin is the capital of Ireland and one of the most enchanting cities in Europe. The city is served by Dublin Airport, which is located just 10 kilometers from the heart of the city. This airport has two terminals and flights to most international and domestic destinations can be found.

Cheap flights from Dublin to Paris take off from Dublin Airport. This airport has been operational since 1940 and saw through the war. Being one of the largest airports in Europe, it is frequently used by business executives who work in one of the many corporate giants that have opened offices in Dublin.

Getting to Dublin airport

Flights to Charles de Gaulle from Dublin take off from Dublin Airport, which is ten kilometers north of downtown Dublin. If you are near Sutton Station, use bus route 102 to reach the airport quickly. From Lower Abbey Street, take bus route 41. From Ballinteer, bus route 16 takes you to the airport. Another option is to take the Airlink Express bus, which quickly transports you from city center to the airport. For the round the clock service, hop on an Aircoach shuttle service. Taxis and cabs are available across the city, but they aren't very economical.

Getting to Paris

Often called the city of lights, Paris is a vibrant and exciting city that has something for every visitor. Begin your day at the Louvre museum and head toward Notre Dame de Paris, a gothic church that has a somber aura. Spend time at the chic Champs-Elysees and grab something to eat and drink. Do not forget to taste some delectable croissants and pastries at one of the many cafes that dot this famous street. Shop till you drop at Rue Saint-Honore, an upscale retail destination that is popular among fashionistas. As the night falls, visit Le Marais to discover Parisian nightlife at its various bars and cafes.

Arriving to the city centre

Flights from Dublin to France may land at one of the many airports in Paris. The most likely airport at which to land is Charles de Gaulle, which is also the largest in France. At Charles de Gaulle Airport, take an RER B train to reach central Paris in 40 minutes. If you land at Orly Airport, take an RER B train to reach the city center quickly. If you have time, hop on tramway 7 to enjoy beautiful vistas of the city, and get off at Villejuif-Louis Aragon metro station to hop on a metro to Chatelet-Les Halles, in the heart of Paris. Chalons Vatry and Beauvais-Tille airports are served by trains and buses.

Other interesting routes

3.0 /5
Reviews: 1
3.0 /5
Date 2017-08-10 Age 31-50 City Dublin

Flight terminals were getting changed randomly causing uncertainty on the boarding points. Airport authorities should be able to speak English and should be able to give proper direction to the flight terminals and not mislead the visitor passengers.

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2.3 /5
Reviews: 3
2.0 /5
Date 2019-04-03 Age Over 70 City USA, expatriate living in Paris

The walking distance from check in to gate is simply too far for an older person. And once at the gate, there is only one kiosk for bad food and drinks. Very unsatisfactory for a huge and major airport. Move air lingus to orly...

4.0 /5
Date 2019-03-27 Age 51-70 City Cork, Ireland

quiet good

1.0 /5
Date 2017-10-05 Age Under 30 City France but I live in Ireland.

When I land at CDG and I need to present my passport, something very illogical is taking place. I would suggest to be more structured, efficient and customer-oriented at this point.

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