= Cheapest round-trip flights
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Flights from Dublin depart from the city's main airport, which is located 10 kilometres to the north of the city centre. It has two terminals, both of which are served by a range of transport options, although there is no direct rail link. To compensate, the airport has a range of bus routes to take passengers all over Ireland. The Air Link and Airport Hopper services are dedicated airport routes that run directly into the city centre.
Alternatively, it is possible to park at Dublin Airport, which has some 14,400 spaces allocated to long-term travellers and 3,600 short-stay spaces on offer, as well as provision for disabled parking. Regular travellers who are members of the Airport Club benefit from discounts in the short-stay car parks, as well as being fast-tracked through security.
Passengers on the flights Dublin offers can enjoy a range of shops in The Loop to keep them entertained before flying. The Click & Pick Up service also enables travellers to order duty free goods online and collect them at the airport, either on the way out or on their return journey. Passengers are also offered a host of restaurants and dining options, ranging from quick sandwiches to more leisurely sit-down meals and bars, including a champagne bar. For passengers seeking a comfortable and relaxing experience, the airport also provides executive lounges that can be used for up to three hours for a small charge. The facilities include a business centre with free Wi-Fi and complimentary refreshments and newspapers.
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Bangkok Airport only opened in 2006 but it is already home to internationally renowned airlines such as Bangkok Airways. The airport is located 25 kilometres from central Bangkok and is connected to Bangkok by bus, rail and road. There is a free airport shuttle to the Public Transportation Centre from which travellers can take a variety of buses to Bangkok. The non-stop Express line is the quickest train to central Bangkok. Other commuter trains are slower. Taxis are also available as is car hire - a convenient option for those looking to get on motorway no. 7 that connects the airport with Bangkok.
Flights Bangkok open up a world of exploration in a fantastic city with so much of its life taking place on the street. The tiny lanes of Chinatown are fascinating places to explore where visitors can come across Chinese opera performances. The city is full of contrasts with air-conditioned modern shopping malls rubbing shoulders with 200 year-old village homes and golden Buddhist temples. Tall ultra-modern skyscrapers look down on streets lined with food carts. The streets of Bangkok are some of the best in the world for food, offering a dazzling range of Thai and international cuisines. The city is home to a number of Buddhist temples. Wat Pho has the world's largest reclining Buddha as well as Thailand's largest collection of Buddha images. The impressive reclining Buddha is 15 metres high and 46 metres long and finished in gold leaf with mother-of-pearl ornaments.
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