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Aer Lingus, the national airline, and low cost giant, Ryanair, are the two most popular airlines offering air tickets to Dublin Airport (DUB). When you search for the cheapest airline tickets to Dublin, check out the low cost offers first.
Dublin plane ticket prices drastically depend on day of the week and time of the year. Holidays like St. Patrick's Day are the most expensive times to plan a trip to Dublin.
From London, flights to Dublin take 1h 15min.
Dublin has personality, it just depends if you're willing to stay long enough to discover it! Apart from the excellent museums and manicured parks, don't miss out on pulling up a stool at the local watering hole and getting to know a real Dubliner on your next holiday in Ireland.
Trinity College: While on your city tour, swing by Trinity College to visit the Old Library, an impressively large hall lined with books on every topic. The main attraction is the Books of Kells, an old manuscript on display.
Guinness Storehouse: Here is your chance to taste some of the best brews in the world. Visit the Guinness Storehouse at St. James' Gate to discover where the famous stout beer came from.
Parks and gardens: Dublin is very green. It has the largest urban park in all of Europe, Phoenix Park. Other green places to take a rest include St Stephen's Green, Iveagh Gardens and the National Botanical Gardens. If you want to visit more parks outside the city centre, best to get a Dublin car hire to get there.
Famous Dubliners: Dublin was once home to James Joyce and Ocar Wilde. Visit Wilde's childhood home and don't skip the James Joyce Centre located in one of the city's prettiest Georgian houses.
Find more information at visitdublin.com.
There is plenty of selection in Dublin when it comes to hotels. There are many traditional Georgian houses turned into classy and sometimes very chic guest houses, while very elegant, they can be pricey too. For cheap hotels in Dublin, look outside the city centre.
Dublin's lack of hotels has been identified as a barrier for Tourism Ireland's plan to launch several campaigns which will boost the capital's economy.
Dublin's Guinness Storehouse has beaten Buckingham Palace, Rome's Colosseum and the Eiffel Tower to be named Europe's leading tourist attraction 201 by the World Travel Awards in Sardinia.
St. Patrick's Day is just a few days away but there's still enough time to plan a trip to the centre of the action... Dublin!