New Destinations from Dublin Airport for 2022

It’s the most wonderful time of the year – airline seat sales! Each year there are amazing deals to be found in the new year and this year we want to help you decide where to go! Want to know what the hottest new destinations from Dublin Airport are in 2022? Read on:

Flights are subject to change or cancellation due to the travel advisories around COVID-19. You should also check the latest guidance and travel advice from the Government.

Brindisi, Italy

The first destination on our list is a small authentic Italian city. Aer Lingus flies twice-weekly service to the beautiful port city of Brindisi on the Adriatic Sea. This little gem is located in the heel of southern Italy and hosts the remains of many previous civilisations such as the Romans and Gothics, providing ample sights such as the Swebian Castle. You can expect fantastic weather during the summer months as the temperature is usually in the low 30°s. The port is simply gorgeous to have a stroll around as you pass restaurant after restaurant.

Fly directly from Dublin Airport with Aer Lingus twice weekly.

Alghero, Italy

As the main resort in the North-West of Sardinia, it comes as no surprise that Alghero’s popularity quadruples the medieval city’s population over the Summer months. There are plenty of amazing bars, seafront restaurants and ice cream stalls to keep you and the family happy while exploring this beautiful destination. The historic centre’s companile is a stunning example of 16th century Catalan Gothic architecture, climb to the top or walk along the tall sea wall for amazing views!

Fly directly from Dublin Airport with Aer Lingus twice weekly.

Podgorica, Montenegro

Despite the fact that Podgorica has been repeatedly taken over and razed to the ground multiple times over the centuries, the small fun-sized capital city of Montenegro has rebuilt itself with charm and an amazing 21st-century vibrant café culture, plus there is a waterfall located 10 minutes from the city called Niagara Falls, who knew?

Fly directly from Dublin Airport with Ryanair twice weekly.

Billund, Denmark

Lego, Lego and more Lego. Billund, as you might have gathered, is the birthplace of Lego and acts as a haven for Lego aficionados. The world’s very first Legoland is a must-see, where Denmark’s most famous landmarks have been rebuilt on a 1:20 scale. It’s also well-worth getting a tour around Europe’s largest Lego factory, also located in Billund. If Lego isn’t your thing, Billund also has many outdoor activities such as biking and the Museumsgaarden Karensminde, a Danish heritage site that reminds you this is still a small rural Danish town at its roots.

Fly directly from Dublin Airport with Ryanair twice weekly.

Palanga, Lithuania

When you think of Lithuania images of cold snow probably come to mind, however, most people aren’t aware that Lithuania’s coastline is home to some of the best and most affordable spa and seaside towns in Europe. Palanga is a town with a split personality; in the Winter months you will find a quiet, peaceful resort on the sea compared to the Summer when Palanga becomes a party destination. Whichever you choose, make sure to go for a stroll along the pier at sunset, simply spectacular.

Fly directly from Dublin Airport with Ryanair three times weekly.

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