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Travelers usually depart from Dublin, Dublin - Pearse St. Bus Stop, Dublin - Halfpenny Bridge, Dublin - North Wall Quay, or Dublin - Merrion Row when they travel from Dublin to Paris. Book your trip to arrive at Charles de Gaulle Airport, Paris Orly, Beauvais–Tillé, Paris - Gare De Lyon, or Paris - Bercy Seine. The distance between Dublin and Paris is 729 km. The most popular airlines for this route are Ryanair, easyJet, Vueling, Aer Lingus, and Air France. Dublin and Paris have 401 direct flights per week. When you arrive at Paris, consider visiting Notre Dame, Le Cimetiere de Pere Lachaise, Eiffel Tower, Versailles, Giverny, and Louvre Museum.

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easyJetEZYU2YesOpens 720 days before flight
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Paris travel tips

1) Don't forget comfortable shoes when travelling to Paris

It is quite possible to see the most important sights of Paris without using public transport. You will need comfortable shoes, however, as many of Paris streets are paved with cobblestones.

2) Plan well what you want to see at the Louvre museum as it hosts more than 35,000 artworks

The Louvre is extraordinarily tremendous and hosts more than 35,000 artworks. Get ready for the fact that you won't be able to see everything in one visit. Even a quick run through all the halls will take about a week! Therefore, study the Louvre plan in advance and mark all the most interesting artworks you want to admire.

3) Get advantage of free admission to most museums in Paris on specific days

Visiting museums in Paris can cost you a pretty penny, but there are a few tricks. Firstly, many museums are free to visit on the first Sunday of the month. You can also go to almost any museum for free on Bastille Day (July 14), on the second weekend of September, on Museum Night in mid-May, and several other dates.

France COVID-19 travel restrictions

Latest COVID-19 travel restrictions in France – 01/2023
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Most travelers from Ireland can enter France, but there are restrictions.

Departure

Travel restrictions
  • Travel is allowed
  • Proof of negative pre-departure COVID-19 test results is not required
  • Quarantine is not required
Visa requirements
  • Visa is not required
Additional information
  • Masks are recommended in public

Return

Travel restrictions
  • Travel is allowed
  • Proof of negative pre-departure COVID-19 test results is not required
  • Quarantine is not required
Visa requirements
  • Visa is not required

Information is provided as guidance only and accurate at the time of publishing. Always check government websites and airline materials before booking and traveling.

Learn more about COVID-19 restrictions in France in our dedicated Stories article.

Frequently asked questions

How long does it take to travel from Dublin to Paris?
A one-way nonstop (direct) flight between Dublin and Paris takes around 1.8 hours.
What is the flight distance between Dublin and Paris?
The flight distance between Dublin and Paris is 729 km.
What airlines offer nonstop (direct) flights between Dublin and Paris?
Several carriers operate flights between Dublin and Paris. Airlines offering nonstop (direct) flights include Aer Lingus, Transavia, Vueling, Ryanair, Air France.
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, Faro, Kraków, İzmir, Barcelona, Lisbon, Antalya, Berlin, Malta, Split, Larnaca.
What are the most popular routes to and from Paris?
Travelers frequently search for route combinations, such as Paris and London, Manchester, Montreal, Athens, Edinburgh, Birmingham, Toronto, Thessaloniki, Glasgow, Saint-Denis, Newcastle upon Tyne, Budapest, Malta, Reykjavik, Vilnius, Tallinn, Bangkok, Copenhagen, Pointe-à-Pitre, Leeds.
What airports are near Dublin?
The main airport in Dublin is Dublin. It is also served by Dublin, Shannon, Cork, Belfast International, George Best Belfast City, Isle of Man, Ireland West Airport Knock, Donegal, City of Derry.
What airports are near Paris?
The main airport in Paris is Charles de Gaulle Airport. It is also served by Brussels South Charleroi, Lille, Tours Val de Loire, Caen – Carpiquet, Deauville – Normandie.
Is it possible to combine flights, buses, and trains in one itinerary when traveling between Dublin and Paris?
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