The cheapest flights to Knock

When to find the cheapest flights to Knock

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outbound: 24-Jan-2019
direct (1h30m)
Ryanair
return: 31-Jan-2019
direct (1h20m)
Ryanair
outbound: 22-Jan-2019
1 stop (7h55m)
British Airways
return: 29-Jan-2019
1 stop (6h30m)
British Airways
outbound: 21-Jan-2019
direct (1h10m)
Ryanair
return: 28-Jan-2019
direct (1h05m)
Ryanair
outbound: 21-Jan-2019
direct (1h05m)
Flybe
return: 28-Jan-2019
direct (1h10m)
Flybe
outbound: 28-May-2019
direct (1h35m)
British Airways
return: 03-Jun-2019
direct (1h30m)
Aer Lingus
outbound: 15-Jan-2019
2 stops (50h30m)
Flybe
return: 22-Jan-2019
direct (1h25m)
Aer Lingus
outbound: 12-Jan-2019
direct (1h35m)
Aer Lingus
return: 19-Jan-2019
direct (1h25m)
Aer Lingus
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Knock guide: how to get there, what to see

Knock city centre
Ireland West Airport Knock (NOC): 80 mi from city centre

Flights to Knock: practical information

Cheap airlines to Knock

Planning a trip to Ireland's gorgeous west coast? Touch down on flights to Knock, home of the famous Knock Shrine. Ireland West Airport Knock (NOC) is just south-west from Charlestown and welcomes flights from all over the UK operated by Ryanair, Aer Lingus, British Airways and Flybe.

When to book flights to Knock

Knock is more popular in summer, when the town hosts endless visitors making religious pilgrimages to the shrine. If visiting June to August, best to book your flights at least three months in advance to get the cheapest flights to Knock.

  • Peak season: Summers when the weather is at its best.
  • Low season: Winters.

Flight duration

Direct flights to Knock take 1 hour 25 minutes from London.

Experience Knock: what to see, what to do

Knock is Ireland's most visited town. The Marian Shrine and the Basilica are the most popular sights to see in the town, attracting more than 1.5 million pilgrims every year while on holidays in Knock.

Essentials in Knock

Knock Shrine: On August 21st, 1879 there were apparitions from Our Lady, St. John the Evangelist and St. Joseph at the south gable of Knock Parish Church. Fifteen people witnesses it. Today this place is called the Marian Shrine.

Basilica: Not what you'd expect, this is one of the most stunning modern basilicas around. Designed in the 1970s by Daithi Hanly, it is part of the shrine grounds and shouldn't be missed.

Knock Folk Museum: For cultural context, take your Knock car hire to the Folk Museum. It depicts Knock village life in the 19th century and also includes a comprehensive display on the Apparition.

Find more information on Discover Ireland.

Accommodations in Knock

There is very little choice for visitors when it comes to hotels in Knock. There is only a handful of options so it's best to book your hotel rooms far in advance if visiting in the summer. There are also camping grounds located close to the Shrine.

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All flight tickets to Knock (Ireland)

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outbound: 24-Jan-2019
direct (1h30m)
Ryanair
return: 31-Jan-2019
direct (1h20m)
Ryanair
outbound: 21-Jan-2019
direct (1h05m)
Flybe
return: 28-Jan-2019
direct (1h10m)
Flybe