Flights To Dublin

This capital city is split in two by the River Liffey, which gives form to the city and has nine bridges spanning it. Dublin is easily explored on foot, with central Dublin presenting a wealth of historic landmarks, from ancient cathedrals to gracious Georgian buildings. There are many attractions on both sides of the river, ranging from castles and museums to the birthplaces of famous poets and writers. Dublin is also famous for its nightlife and the Temple Bar area is the highlight for those seeking out a party.

Dublin is perceived as one of the most vibrant and youthful cities in Europe. The city offers exciting opportunities for shopping excursions with access to designer brand names and shops. The two main shopping districts are located only a 20 minutes walk away from each other. This historic city also offers a great deal of outdoor activities and attractions to keep families and children entertained on holiday. With some of the most breathtaking scenery in Europe, there is an abundance of interesting age old buildings, castles and cathedrals to discover.

Weather In Dublin

Dublin's Winters are often damp and showers tend to be common all year round. Summers in Dublin are cool and pleasant, temperatures in July peak at around 20°C, with the most sunshine in May and June. December is noted as Dublin's wettest month.

Things To Do In Dublin

Travellers who are interested in spending a day exploring Dublin's sights have the opportunity to buy a Dublin Pass, which is available from any of Dublin's main tourist offices. This pass allows tourists to skip busy queues, benefit from special offers and discounts at Dublin's most popular shops, restaurants, cafés, theatres, entertainment venues and city tours

Dublin's night-life is full of energy and there are a whole host of bars and nightclubs to visit. The city also has many cosy pubs which provide the perfect opportunity to relax somewhere warm and comfortable. The best time to visit Ireland is in the Summer months between May and August. On the other hand, the off-peak months are noticeably cheaper in Ireland, so if you are travelling on a budget it is advised to book flights to Dublin in Spring, Autumn or Winter. Most bars close early, roughly around 11pm, but some have the local council's permission to stay open late..

You can find rock, jazz, blues and traditional Irish folk concerts at theatres, sports stadiums, churches, clubs and Castles. On a sunny day, residents and tourists can be found at the Phoenix Park relaxing during the day in Europe's largest urban park. St. Stephen's Green is also a great spot to enjoy the sunshine and fresh air and it features playgrounds, gardens and even some resident ducks that love to be fed.

With popular attractions such as the Guinness Storehouse, the Old Jameson Distillery and St Patrick's Cathedral, lovers of all things Irish may have problems finding time to see all the must sees of this beautiful place. Enjoy a voyage of discovery at Dublin Zoo, one of the city's most popular attractions.

Restaurants In Dublin

If you are looking to eat out in Dublin then be aware, much like other international cuisine hot-spots, quality food in Dublin can be fairly expensive. For food lovers there are various impressive high-end restaurants. On the other hand, for those travelling on a tight budget there is an abundance of less formal dining in tasty restaurants and traditional Irish pubs. Different varieties of international cuisine are available in Dublin, however, be sure to sample home-cooked Irish food as well. Book your flights to Dublin now.