Flights from Dublin to Bratislava
Flight information Dublin to Bratislava
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Average flight time, total distance 1082 miles
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Flights to Bratislava Airport (BTS) in Slovakia from Dublin Airport (DUB) in Ireland are available year-round. Cheap flights from Dublin to Bratislava are available through the carrier Ryanair. These typically leave a minimum of seven times a day.
Those who embark on cheap flights from Dublin to Bratislava will have either direct or one-stop flights. The one-stop flights from Dublin to Bratislava normally stop at a major airport such as Manchester Airport (MAN) or London Stansted Airport (STN) in the United Kingdom.
Cheap flights from Dublin to Bratislava depart from Terminal One at the airport. Security officials recommend arrival between 90 minutes and 2 hours prior to the flight to smoothly transition through check-in and security control. A valid passport must be ready for review for all passengers. They can also have an EU/EEA citizenship card to prove their nationality.
Before your flight's departure from Dublin to Bratislava, you can purchase clothing, accessories or sundries from locations like The Loop, Boots and WHSmith. Dining options include the pub Alcock & Brown, Wrights of Howith deli and McDonald's.
Bratislava Airport has one terminal for all flights from Dublin to Bratislava. What gate your plane lands at depends on the time of day. When you deplane, you can purchase items at Heinemann Duty Free or Mediapress. If you're hungry, dine at Volare or eat&fly.
When You Arrive in Bratislava
Options for ground transportation at the airport include car rental desks, taxis or public transportation. There are money exchange offices available in the arrival hall if you need to change your money right away. Travellers will be quite happy about the incredibly low consumer and restaurant prices in Bratislava as opposed to Dublin. You'll pay 50 to 70 percent less for a meal in a restaurant or a fast-food eatery. Public transportation also costs about 60 percent less, but if you're driving a rental car, you can expect prices for fuel to be about the same as in Dublin.
Bratislava Time Zone
Bratislava is in the Central European Time zone and is one hour ahead of Dublin. Both cities observe daylight saving time from mid-spring to mid-fall, so the time difference does not change during this period when you travel from Dublin to Bratislava.
Being landlocked, Bratislava has a continental climate that offers four unique seasons and temperatures that vary widely between summer and winter. The warmest months are in the summer when the highs average 27°C and lows hover around 15°C. The city receives about eight hours of full sunlight each day. In winter, the temperatures get colder. Highs are around 3°C with lows around -3°C. Bratislava sees about 24 inches of snow each month in winter. For the rest of the year, the amount of precipitation is about 2 inches of rain every month, so pack accordingly with some wet weather gear if you plan to go sightseeing outdoors.
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