Trains in Dublin are 3% cheaper than in London.
A meal in Dublin is 10% cheaper than a meal in London.
A taxi fare in Dublin is 28% cheaper than in London.
A coffee in Dublin costs roughly the same as in London.
There are five main airports serving the city of London and its surrounding areas. Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton, Stansted and London City Airports offer a large number of domestic and international flights to and from several destinations within the UK and across the world. Heathrow Airport is considered the largest airport in the UK and it consists of five terminals, which feature advanced facilities and services.
Gatwick Airport is the second busiest airport in the UK and serves major destinations across the Caribbean, Canada and the US. The airports offer several flights from London to Dublin through major airlines such as Ryanair, Aer Lingus and British Airways.
London Airports are well served by public transport; therefore, there are several options for your journey from the city to the airports. If you are flying from Gatwick or Stansted, you can catch a National Express coach from London Victoria to the airports. Alternatively, you can take the Stansted Express train from London Liverpool Street or Tottenham Hale to Stansted Airport.
If you are departing from Heathrow, the most convenient transport option is the Heathrow Express train, which operates from central London. The Piccadilly line runs from central London to the Underground station at Heathrow Airport. Alternatively, you can take a taxi from Heathrow or any of the airports to your location.
Whether you are into sightseeing or a relaxing city break, Dublin has the vivacity and modernity to keep everyone occupied. The city blends the gorgeous Georgian architecture with the modern developments. The metropolitan city boasts an exciting art and entertainment scene, vibrant nightlife and fine dining. Hosting a range of stunning attractions, Dublin has an identity of its own.
Visit the Guinness Storehouse, which is home to the most lovable drink in Dublin. Explore the Little Museum of Dublin, which occupies an 18th-century Georgian townhouse. Don't forget to visit the home of Irish sport, Croke Park, an 82,000-capacity stadium. Dublin is jam-packed with culture and bursting with distinct personality and glorious heritage.
You should not worry about getting into the city from Dublin airport because there are several transport options available. From the arrival halls, you will find several bus companies that run between the airport and several routes in the city.
The Airlink Express connects directly to the city centre and some stations in the city, such as Dublin Heuston and Dublin Connolly. Aircoach buses are available for transport to the city centre, several major hotels in the city and south Dublin. If you are going to Maynooth or Tallaght in the city, you should probably take the Airport Hopper. Alternatively, you can opt for a taxi ride to your location.
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Terminal 1 arrivals is in dire need of an update. Terminal 2 is nice
Getting much better and is a better experience than some of the British airports.
Very crowded, we think that more use of terminal 2 would ease congestion. Like most airports when staff are speaking into the public address system they have the microphone too close, and it comes out as an inaudible din.
Wish I could give zero stars pity I even have to give one
Ocs the assistance group in Dublin airport are amazing. They were so kind,courteous & respectfull to my mother and to other people I saw them helping. They should travel to train a lot of airport staff around the world how to treat their elderly & disabled clients. Well done dublin airport & COS.
Could do with more staff at security. Lots of empty lanes.
to much hasel to get in
Going through passport control all the self check machines not working also could be a designated pass point for Diplomatic and military personnel
Dublin check in very confusing
Too much walking in between check in and access to airplane. Would have hated to have children with me.
Clean, easy to get around, but staff are extremely rude and not helpful, manners are lacking.
Too many security control
Left passport in car,did not accept work(HSE) ID with photo,have to go back to long term car park to bring passport for ID.
Checked in T 2 and then had to walk to T 1 for flight. Log walk with hand luggage. Could not bring trolley
My luggage was lost twice on my trip because dreams did not give me a booking with direct luggage transfer to my destinations
Its much better now than in the past. They could have more travel escalators
Happy with the service
New and many shops and restaurant. Pleasant place to wait.
There were hard landings on 3 flights I took recently.
im from ireland.dublin international airport is beautiful built