Arriving in Beirut

Book your flights to Beirut with Etihad Airways and discover the charms of the city that has come to be regarded as "the Switzerland of the Middle East." Beaches for relaxation, a lively nightlife, and the traces of the past are combined to form a single picture.

Plan Your Beirut Visit

To travel to Beirut is to plunge into ancient history: at the National Museum you can get a close look at Phoenician culture, in the Cilicia Museum you will learn about Armenian customs, and on Serail Hill you will find monuments inspired by Ottoman architecture. Beirut is not just about history, however, because it also has a myriad of bars, cafes, and pubs in Gemmayzeh.

Buying tickets to Beirut also will allow you to practice your swing on the golf courses, shop at the more than 200 stalls of its souk, and take a photo of the incredible Pigeons’ Rock, two huge rocks that emerge from the depths of the Mediterranean. If you decide to take advantage of the flight deals to Beirut during the summer, you also can enjoy the weekly One Big Sunday beach concerts. Make your reservations early to find cheap hotels in Beirut for these dates.

Flying from Ireland

Book your flights from Ireland to hundreds of worldwide destinations with Etihad Airways and experience exceptional comfort and luxury aboard our brand new aircrafts, each equipped with cutting edge in-flight entertainment systems.

Major Airports in Ireland

Ireland features four international airports and seven regional airports, though the relatively modest size of the Isle limits the need for domestic air travel. Of Ireland’s approximately 4.5 million inhabitants, roughly a third live within the city of Dublin and the surrounding areas, so it comes as no surprise that Dublin Airport (DUB) is the primary airport for international and domestic air travel. Opened in 1940, Dublin Airport’s two terminals service in excess of 19 million passengers each year.

Airport Transportation in Ireland

Dublin Airport is located just 10 kilometres from Dublin city centre, and is serviced by over 1,000 buses and coaches each day. Travellers can take the bus to Dublin Airport and into the city for a modest ticket price. The trip takes approximately half an hour, depending on traffic. A taxi to Dublin Airport is also available, though at greater cost with no real change in travel time. At the present time, there are no direct trains to Dublin Airport.

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Interested in Beirut? Consider Kuwait City

Book your flights to Kuwait City with Etihad Airways and be prepared to experience the blending of tradition and progress in a luxury setting.

Plan Your Kuwait City Holiday

There are many reasons to travel to Kuwait City. History buffs will find several different historical sites in Kuwait City and the beaches are well kept and offer stunning vistas of the Arabian Sea. A visit to the National Museum is also a must for any trip to this country. Visit Souk Mubarakiya or just meander through the safe and scenic streets, the options are limitless.

November to April is the peak time of year for tourists to visit here. The weather is somewhat cooler and average temperatures hover around 18 degrees Celsius. It is a good idea to buy your tickets to Kuwait City fairly early if you plan on attending in late February as the 25th and 26th are national holidays and it is quite busy. If you can stand the heat of an Arabian Desert summer you can always find cheap hotels in Kuwait City through the months of May to October. Don’t forget to visit our Deals section to find flight deals to Kuwait City.

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