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Cheap Flights from Dublin to Bucharest Otopeni (DUB - OTP)

Flight information Dublin to Bucharest Otopeni

Cheapest return price last month

£41

Direct airlines

2

Flights per week

8

Average flight time, total distance 1573 miles

3h 40min

Most popular airline last month

Ryanair

Bucharest Otopeni

1 airport

Flight Information

With cheap flights from Dublin to Bucharest departing on a daily basis, it is easy to find great deals even if you are only booking a day or two ahead of time. Flights from Dublin to Bucharest are offered by several airlines, including Ryanair, Blue Air, Lufthansa and KLM. The majority of flights to Bucharest utilize Terminal 1 at Dublin Airport (DUB).

If you are looking for cheap flights from Dublin to Bucharest, you can search for direct flights as well as ones with a layover. Stopover cities include London, Berlin and Amsterdam. Direct flights from Dublin to Bucharest are available on Blue Air, Ryanair and Hahn Air Systems.

You should plan to be at the airport at least two hours before your scheduled departure time. When flying from Dublin to Bucharest, be sure to carry your passport because you will need it to get through customs. There is an array of places to shop and eat in the Loop before you depart, including a duty-free store, Tom Ford and AMT Coffee, if you want to relax before your flight or pick up a last-minute item.

Flights from Dublin to Bucharest arrive atHenri Coandă International Airport), which is located 10 miles north of Bucharest. The concourse is divided into domestic and international arrivals. A walkway lined with shops, including BestValue convenience stores, a flower shop and Romanian Wines, connects the arrival and departure halls.

What to Expect in Bucharest

When you are ready to depart for your Bucharest hotel, you can leave by rental car, taxi, train or bus. There are car hire facilities onsite as well as a railway station.

Time and Weather Differences

When you get off your flight from Dublin to Bucharest, you will need to set your watch ahead two hours because your destination is in a different time zone than Dublin. Both cities follow Daylight Saving Time. There is also a difference in the type of weather that you will experience in each city. While Bucharest is slightly cooler in the winter, it is significantly warmer in the summer. Although the Romanian capital experiences more precipitation, it also boasts more hours of annual sunshine. The temperature averages during the hottest time of the year in Bucharest are about 30 °C while the winter lows hover just below freezing.

Dining and Travelling in Bucharest

Upon arrival in Bucharest, you will have to exchange your currency for the Romanian leu. The cost of dining out in Bucharest is significantly lower than it is in Dublin. You can expect to pay less for fast food, dinner for two at a mid-range restaurant and drinks in a pub. The price difference can as much as 50 percent lower. The cost of getting a taxi in Bucharest or buying tickets to the theatre is also much lower.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.