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Dublin – Ireland’s charming heart

Combining centuries of tradition with natural beauty, Dublin’s atmosphere is unique. Book flights to Dublin and experience the very best of Irish hospitality.

Take in the world-famous landmarks, dine at restaurants on the banks of the River Liffey, and unwind in the buzzing Temple Bar area of the city.

oconnell bridge on the river liffey dublin ireland

Dublin is packed with historic structures and quirky landmarks, each telling a fascinating part of the Irish capital’s intriguing story.

Visit Kilmainham Gaol Musuem, tour stunning Trinity College – home to the ancient Book of Kells – and take trips to Dublin Castle and the ornate St Patrick’s Cathedral.

Dublin truly comes alive at night. Local folk bands take to the stage as music spills from concert halls and cosy venues everywhere you turn. Take a moment to appreciate it all from the iconic Ha’penny Bridge.

Book your flight tickets to Dublin today to enjoy all that Ireland’s vibrant capital has to offer.

What’s the weather like in Dublin?

What’s the weather like in Dublin?

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Fly to Dublin in the summer between June and September and you can expect mild, pleasant weather, while the springtime is slightly cooler but also stays moderately dry.

Temperatures are generally around 6°C in the winter. It’s the perfect excuse to warm yourself in the capital’s cosy eateries and take in some of the fascinating museums.

Reasons to visit Dublin

tourist in temple bar area at night dublin ireland

Take a tour of Temple Bar

Once you’ve booked your plane tickets to Dublin, you can look forward to exploring one of Europe’s most iconic districts. Temple Bar houses a staggering selection of restaurants, galleries, boutiques and museums. It’s the lively, beating heart of the city and simply can’t be overlooked on a trip to Ireland’s capital.

The famous cobbled streets welcome everything from book markets to outdoor film screenings and most things in between. You can take part in photography classes or foodie tours – whatever takes your fancy. Whenever and wherever you visit, you’ll find a warm atmosphere.

beautiful library filled with old books in ireland

Trinity College and the Book of Kells

Dublin’s acclaimed Trinity College university sits in the heart of the city and it’s here that you can see the Book of Kells. This ninth-century artefact documents the four Gospels of the life of Jesus and is considered one of the world’s most important medieval manuscripts.

Your tour also includes access to the Long Room. Housing more than a quarter of a million of the college’s oldest books, it’s one of the most beautiful libraries on the planet.

the guiness brewery dublin ireland

Explore Dublin's museums

The Irish capital is home to an array of fascinating museums. The National Museum hosts a range of exhibits encompassing everything from natural history to archaeology and the arts, along with regular photographic exhibitions.

For a taste of what life was like for prisoners in Dublin in the 19th century, take a tour of Kilmainham Gaol. Along with ordinary members of the public, the leaders of the Irish rebellions were imprisoned and, in some cases, executed here.

A tour guide will provide a unique insight into conditions inside the prison. Just be sure to book tickets in advance to avoid disappointment as the jail is one of Dublin’s most popular attractions.

Things to know before you fly to Dublin

plane Transfers from Dublin Airport

After you step off your flight to Dublin Airport, you can travel in style and comfort to the city itself with a pre-booked airport transfer with Etihad. There are no trains from Dublin Airport, but a bus service runs from the airport to the city centre in about 40 minutes. Taxis are also available, but they can take longer depending on the route.

bus Getting around in Dublin

There are plenty of buses that can take you around the various districts, as well as two tram lines (Red and Green), which call at most of Dublin’s attractions. Dublin Area Rapid Transit (DART) trains also run through Dublin and into its scenic suburbs. Pre-buying a visitor card allows you to travel on any tram, train or bus service.

holiday St Patrick's Day

The National Day of Ireland is St Patrick’s Day on March 17. The biggest event in the Irish calendar, widespread festivities and public events are held throughout the city.

meals Local cuisine

Dublin offers cuisine from around the world but is also known for its hearty, traditional dishes such as Irish stew and local favourites like boxty (a mashed potato dish) or colcannon (mashed potato and cabbage).

Flying to Dublin: FAQs

Is it easy to walk around in Dublin?

Yes. Dublin is a relatively small city, and you should be able to navigate the centre and its surroundings on foot without much trouble. Many of Dublin’s most popular landmarks are within short distances of one another, so you can easily fit in the biggest attractions, even on a short trip.

Are museums free in Dublin?

A number of world-class attractions in Dublin are free to enter, including The National Gallery, Chester Beatty Library, Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) and the Natural History Museum. Others, like the famous Kilmainham Gaol and the Jeannie Johnston ship, cost just a few euros to visit.

Where should I stay in Dublin?

If you want to be at the heart of the action after you fly to Dublin, stay in or around Temple Bar. As well as local nightlife spots, music and restaurants, you’ll find highlights such as Trinity College and Grafton Street nearby. If you want something quieter, head north of the Liffey for a more laidback getaway.

Why we love Dublin

“Dublin is all about the ‘craic’, as the Irish say, and that’s why it’s one of our favourite places. The friendly and welcoming locals are everywhere you go, from Temple Bar to the smaller neighbourhoods. This is a beautiful and fascinating city to explore.”

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Weather in Dublin

19 °C
Monday21 Sep 2020
16 °C
Tuesday22 Sep 2020
12 °C
Wednesday23 Sep 2020
10 °C
Thursday24 Sep 2020
12 °C
Friday25 Sep 2020
10 °C
Saturday26 Sep 2020
13 °C
Sunday27 Sep 2020
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