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Dublin overview

Dublin is the capital of Ireland and doubles as its largest city. Following the Norman invasion, the Viking settlement became Ireland’s principal city. Ireland was partitioned from the British Empire in 1922 with Dublin then becoming the capital of the Irish Free State.

Dublin is rated as one of the world’s top thirty cities in the world.

Tourist Attractions in Dublin

Dublin offers tourists a retinue of places to visit. From the Guinness Storehouse to its iconic Zoo and the National Gallery of Ireland. Dublin provides attractions to suit all interests, age and gender. The most popular tourist attractions in Dublin are

  • Guinness Storehouse
  • Dublin Zoo
  • National Aquatic centre
  • Book of Kells
  • The National Gallery of Ireland
  • National Botanic Gardens
  • St. Patrick’s Cathedral
  • Dublin Castle
  • The Irish Museum of Modern Art
  • National Museum of Ireland
  • Farmleigh House

Likewise, Dublin offers tourist on holiday and sightseeing a similarly great experience with the festivals, events and celebrations that go on all year round. There is no better place to enjoy festivals than Dublin with the crowds and weather.

  • Jameson Dublin International Film Festival
  • St. Patrick’s Day Parade & Festival
  • Dublin Writer’s Festival
  • Bloomsday Festival
  • Electric Picnic
  • Dublin Theatre Festival
  • International Dance Festival
  • 12 Points! Festival of Europe’s New Jazz

Best time to book a flight to Dublin

The best time to book a flight and find the cheapest flight to Dublin is October/November. Booking a flight in advance is very important if you plan to visit Dublin in the summer months or during Christmas. Visiting Dublin for St. Patrick’s Day requires an even longer advanced flights and hotels booking. 

Peak Season

The summer, school holidays and St. Patrick’s Day on 17th March are usually the most crowded period of the year. The celebration of the Irish and green colours of Ireland is celebrated on the St. Patrick’s Day. The weather is cool and comfortable for outdoor activities.

The busiest months of the year in Dublin are July, August and again St. Patrick’s Day when securing cheap flights to Dublin become extremely difficult.

Off Peak Season

The cheapest flights to Dublin are found from mid-November till late February. Tourist, hotels and restaurants are also cheaper during this period. May, June and September receive a fewer number of tourists, so it’s easier to find cheap flights to Dublin during this months.

Best time to visit Dublin

Like Other North-western European Cities, Dublin Experiences Cool Summers, Mild Winters And Totally Lack Temperature Extremes.

January Has The Lowest Temperature With 8.8 ° C While July Is The Temperature Peak With 20.2 °C. The Sunniest Months Are May And June, With October Being The Highest Rainfall Period.

Airlines operating flights to Dublin

  • Aegean Airlines
  • Aer Lingus
  • Air Arabia Maroc
  • Air France
  • Air Europa
  • American Airlines
  • Air Canada
  • British Airways
  • Eurowings
  • Ethiopian Airlines
  • Etihad Airways
  • Finnair
  • Flybe
  • Delta Airlines
  • Qatar Airways
  • Ryanair
  • Swiss International Airlines
  • United Airlines
  • Turkish Airlines
  • Vueling

How long is a flight to Dublin

Popular cities

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New York

6 hours 50 minutes


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Hong Kong

13 hours 40 minutes


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Dublin airport

Dublin Airport is the international airport serving the City of Dublin, Ireland’s capital. Dublin Airport is in Collinstown, Fingal, 10km from Dublin city. It serves as the hub of Ireland’s national carrier, Aer Lingus. Other airlines headquartered in the airport are Stobart Air, Ryanair, CityJet, Norwegian Air International and ASL Airlines Ireland.

It is the busiest airport in Ireland and Europe’s 15th busiest airport by total passenger traffic.

Airlines and Average Fares to some popular international cities

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Getting from Dublin airport to city centre

Staying in Dublin

Hotels in Dublin are conveniently located close to the museums, restaurants, tourist attractions, the bustling city, and certainly offers good value for money. 5-star hotel rates range from 120 to €350 per night.

Popular 5-star hotels in Dublin include:

  • Fitzwilliam Hotel
  • The Westbury Hotel
  • The Shelbourne hotel
  • Westin Dublin
  • Brooks Hotel
  • Trinity City Hotel

Budget hotels such as Harding Hotel, Temple Bar Inn, and Bernacles Temple Bar House offer cheap accommodation per night. The per night charge varies from €32 to €174.

Great places to visit Dublin

Guinness Store

The 7-storey building is modelled after the shape of a giant Guinness pint. A visit to the historic building will educate visitors on the history of Guinness that has been in existence since 1759. A complimentary pint of Guinness is served and visitors can enjoy a 360-degree view of Dublin City.

Dublin Zoo

The zoo offers sights to rare and exotic animals that have been placed in natural habitats recreated in the zoo. The African Savannah and the Kaziranga Forest are highlights of the zoo. Elephants, Giraffes, Scimitar Oryx and ostrich are some of the animals in the zoo.

National Aquatic Centre

The Aquazone offers exciting family fun, thrills, water adventures, fly through the air and enjoy water rides.

The National Gallery of Ireland

The National Gallery has more than 2,500 paintings and another 10000 works in watercolours, drawings, prints and sculpture. The renowned collection of Irish paintings is also in the Gallery.

St. Patrick's Cathedral

The Cathedral was built for 40 years between 1220 and 1260. It is one of the few remaining buildings from the medieval times. It serves as the National Cathedral for the Church of Ireland. Visitors can learn about the history and famous people buried within the church grounds.

Dublin Castle

Dublin Castle showcases the long history of Dublin. It currently serves as the seat of the Irish Government. Visitors can tour the State Apartments, Medieval Undercroft, the Dublin Tearooms and Chapel Royal.

Cost of things in Dublin


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Dublin tips/advice

Dublin Tips/Advice

  • Dublin is a popular destination in summer. Get up early to avoid the crowd and visit nearby destinations.
  • Take a city bus or rent a bike for faster connection to major locations around the city.
  • Dublin offers photographers unique opportunity for pictures. Take a camera on your trip.
  • Try some of the local delicacies.
  • Visit the public parks to relax and watch other tourists.

Flight from local city to Dublin

Ryanair and Aer Arann offer flights from local cities to Dublin. Most of the airports are quite small and only serve Dublin city. Flights to Dublin takes around 40 minutes.

Popular flights

Flight Fare ($) Round Trip

Flight Time

Donegal to Dublin


55 minutes

Kerry to Dublin


1 hour


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