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Book flights to Dublin through the codeshare flights offered by IndiGo in partnership with Turkish Airlines. You can find a number of codeshare flights that are available from Indian cities, such as Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, and Bengaluru, to Dublin. To avail offers, you can visit to know about the newest travel deals available for you. In addition to that, make sure to sign up for 6E Rewards, which offers the members many benefits, including priority check-in, access to airport lounges, vouchers for restaurants and hotel stays, and many more.

Ireland is one of the most fascinating island nations in the Norwegian Sea. Here, you'll find modern architecture, colourful alleyways, taverns, and buildings that are a true expression of the many things to explore. The capital city, Dublin, has so many fascinating attractions from different eras over the years. Today, Dublin has grown into a cosmopolitan city in Europe that serves as a halting point for many travellers planning to explore the country. So, if you are one of them who wishes to delve into the richness of Ireland’s culture, art, and music, book flights to Dublin now. 

India to Dublin flight information

  • Distance between India and Dublin: The aerial distance between India and Dublin is 8,215 km.
  • India to Dublin flights: There are many international flights that operate from India to Dublin on a regular basis.
  • India to Dublin flight timings: India to Dublin flights are available at regular intervals. The timings are available on the IndiGo website and mobile app.
  • India to Dublin flight ticket price: India to Dublin flight tickets may cost between INR 30,000 and INR 60,000. The price may differ based on when you book your flight.
  • Multiple flights to Dublin from India: Delhi to Dublin, Mumbai to Dublin, Chennai to Dublin, Indore to Dublin and others.

Hello, Dublin!

Dublin goes a long way when it comes to its literary history. The city is a cultural centre that has produced world-famous literary figures such as Beckett, Joyce, Shaw, and Wilde. In fact, it was named a UNESCO City of Literature in 2010. Dublin's literary tradition dates back to AD 800, and the Book of Kells is now on permanent display at Trinity College. Apart from the literary history of Dublin, the city is booming with attractions, and the best part is that the city can easily be explored on foot. 

Dublin travel guide

  • Irish Museum of Modern Art: Nothing better showcases Ireland than the Irish Museum of Modern Art. Also known as the world's leading institution for contemporary art collections and exhibitions, IMMA is a place worth visiting. The museum's most prominent feature is the vast corridor that runs along a series of interconnected rooms. It hosts numerous programmes and exhibitions throughout the year. It also includes an artist studio. 
  • St. Patrick’s Cathedral: One of the most scenic places to visit happens to be Dublin's highly regarded monument. The multi-coloured stained glass is the first and most noticeable thing in the cathedral. If you are preparing to enter the cathedral, you will need to purchase an entry ticket to see the grounds. Escape the lines by simply strolling around and attending the trade fairs held throughout the week. The fact that St. Patrick's Church is the tallest and largest church in Ireland places it at the top of the list of must-see places in Ireland. 
  • Dublin Castle: Once the popular seat of the British government in Ireland, Dublin Castle is now a prominent figure. The majestic building is a must-see on a day tour of the glorious city. Interestingly, the castle is home to Blackpool, which is where Dublin got its name from. Today, it stands on the site of today's palace gardens. 
  • National Botanic Gardens: The lush, 19.5-hectare National Botanic Gardens on the shores of Toluca Lake are a must-see in the Irish capital, on the banks of the Toluca River. As you stroll through the garden area, you'll come across vast grasses and colourful flowers. The annual houseplant display features unusual Victorian carpeted beds and is a popular attraction here. 
  • Killiney: Killiney is a place to visit because of its scenic and soothing nature. Killiney is a place to visit because of its scenic and soothing nature. The seaside resort area is perfect for day trips, allowing you to spend even more time. Easily accessible by train from the city centre, Killiney thrives on Dublin Bay and offers unforgettable moments on your Dublin holiday. Killiney is a beautiful seaside town with many attractions and a great atmosphere.

Dublin airport information

Dublin Airport (DUB) is an international airport that is around 30 minutes away from the heart of the city. At the airport, public transportation such as shuttle buses and taxis is available. You can book IndiGo codeshare flights, operated by Turkish Airlines, for flights to Dublin from major Indian cities.

Important points to remember while travelling to Dublin

  • Flight booking- You need to make advance reservations to get low-cost IndiGo flights to Dublin from any city across India
  • Connecting flights- Most of the international flights have layovers, so make sure to check your flight and duration of the layover while booking
  • Visas and immigration- You need an Ireland visa to visit Dublin. You can check IndiGo’s website for more information. Also, make sure to keep your travel documents, like your passport, with you to ensure a hassle-free process at immigration
  • Leave for the airport early- Arrive at the airport at least three hours in advance for international flights
  • Baggage allowance- Check the baggage allowance to know how much your check-in and carry-on bags can weigh while travelling on an IndiGo flight

FAQs about Flights to Dublin

What products are prohibited from being brought on an international flight to Ireland?

Items like bleach, flammable liquids, or hazardous solutions are not permitted on any international IndiGo flight. To know more, you can visit our website.

Can I carry a sealed bottle of alcohol on my Delhi to Dublin flight?

You can only carry liquor that is purchased from duty-free at the airport on your flight. Please remember that the consumption of duty-free liquor is not allowed on board.

What is the baggage allowance from Mumbai to Dublin flight?

The baggage allowance between Mumbai and Dublin is 7 kg for cabin/hang luggage, and 30 kg per person for 2 pieces of luggage.

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