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Travelers usually depart from Dublin, Dublin - Aston Quay, Dublin - Pearse St. Bus Stop, Dublin - Halfpenny Bridge, or Dublin - North Wall Quay when they travel from Dublin to Exeter. Book your trip to arrive at Exeter, Exeter - Honiton, Exeter - Sidwell, or Exeter - Sowton. The distance between Dublin and Exeter is 357 km. The most popular airlines for this route are Ryanair, Aer Lingus, LoganAir LM, easyJet, and British Airways. Dublin and Exeter have 154 direct flights per week. When you arrive at Exeter, consider visiting Avebury, Brecon Beacons, Isle of Wight, Roman Baths, Bath, Portsea Island, Tintern Abbey, United Kingdom, St Fagans: National History Museum, Eden Project, St. David's Cathedral, Cardiff, and Stonehenge.

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Exeter travel tips

1) Leave your mark in Exeter near the cathedral

Head to 1 The Cloisters street to admire honey-coloured Exeter's cathedral. It was built between the 12th and 13th centuries and reconstructed many times, but you can try to find a weird detail in its chapel — a carving of a rugby player. Leaving this cathedral, pay attention to the scale Lego model by the main entrance; for about 1 euro, you can add a brick.

2) Follow Harry Potter's steps in the streets of Exeter

If Diagon Alley and Leaky Cauldron sound familiar to you, you are lucky to visit these locations from Harry Potter in reality in Exeter. J.K. Rowling studied in Exeter, and, as expected, she was inspired by her real-life experiences here. The narrow, cobbled stone streets are the Diagon Alley. Visiting The Old Firehouse Pub, you will see where J.K. Rowling took an idea for Leaky Cauldron.

3) Have a chat and hang out with winemakers near Exeter

At Pebblebed near Exeter, you can visit a winery and chat with a winemaker. They grow Merlot, Rhodo, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon and Madeleine Angerwine here and are always glad to see the visitors. Going down to the cellars, you can sample wines from its range, as well as tapas made with local ingredients.

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Most travelers from Ireland can enter Exeter, EXT, but there are restrictions.

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Frequently asked questions

How long does it take to travel from Dublin to Exeter?
A one-way nonstop (direct) flight between Dublin and Exeter takes around 1.4 hours.
What is the flight distance between Dublin and Exeter?
The flight distance between Dublin and Exeter is 357 km.
What airlines offer nonstop (direct) flights between Dublin and Exeter?
Several carriers operate flights between Dublin and Exeter. Airlines offering nonstop (direct) flights include Aer Lingus, British Airways.
What are the most popular routes to and from Dublin?
Travelers frequently search for route combinations, such as Dublin and London, Vancouver, Palma, Majorca, Budapest, Athens, Istanbul, Amsterdam, New York, Venice, Madrid, Paris, Faro, Kraków, İzmir, Barcelona, Lisbon, Antalya, Berlin, Malta, Split.
What are the most popular routes to and from Exeter?
Travelers frequently search for route combinations, such as Exeter and Manchester, London, Glasgow, Palma, Majorca, Málaga, Edinburgh, Amsterdam, Newcastle upon Tyne, Norwich, Hamburg, Aberdeen, Tenerife, Alicante, Oslo, Paris, Frankfurt, Geneva, Barcelona, Belfast, Las Palmas.
What airports are near Dublin?
The main airport in Dublin is Dublin. It is also served by Dublin, Cork, Belfast International, Shannon, George Best Belfast City, Isle of Man, Ireland West Airport Knock, Donegal, City of Derry.
What airports are near Exeter?
The main airport in Exeter is Exeter. It is also served by Heathrow, Gatwick, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Cornwall Airport Newquay, Bournemouth, Southampton, Exeter, London Oxford Airport.
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