When to find the cheapest flights to Dublin
Dublin guide: how to get there, what to see
|Dublin city centre|
|Dublin Airport (DUB): 10 km from city centre|
Flights to Dublin: need to know
Cheap airline tickets to Dublin
Take off on flights to Dublin onboard Ireland's national airline, Aer Lingus. United, US Airways, Delta and American Airlines also offer non-stop flights between the U.S. and Dublin Airport (DUB). Are you searching for the cheapest ticket prices? Many carriers like British Airways, Air Canada, Lufthansa and Turkish Airlines offer flights to Ireland with one layover. Those airfares tend to be cheaper.
Best time to book cheap flights to Dublin
The most popular time to travel to Ireland is during the summer months and around important holidays like St. Patrick's Day in March and Christmas. Prices for Dublin flights tend to be more expensive than during low season. Compare tickets 5-6 months in advance if you are looking for the cheapest tickets to Dublin.
- Peak season: Summer months, Christmas, New Year's, St. Patrick's Day (March 17th).
- Low season: November to March.
A non-stop transatlantic flight from New York to Dublin takes between 6 hours 40 minutes and 7 hours.
Experience Dublin: sights, tours and activities
In the past few years the charming capital of Ireland has transformed into one of the most popular urban destinations in Europe. Whether you’re on a trip through Europe or enjoying a city break, prepare to discover a thousand years of Dublin's history and its welcoming youthful spirit.
Essentials in Dublin
Trinity College: The Old Library of Trinity College features the famous 9th-century gospel manuscript Books of Kells. It’s considered one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city.
Guinness Storehouse: Dublin is famous for its pubs and beer. Head to the Guinness Storehouse at St. James' Gate to discover the history and production process of one of the most famous brews in the world.
Green Dublin: Discover the green side of the Irish capital! Explore Phoenix Park, the largest urban park in Europe, and then head to Iveagh Gardens, St Stephen's Green and the National Botanical Gardens for a picnic, or just to get some sun.
Find more information about the Irish capital at visitdublin.com.
Hotels and accommodation in Dublin
Before you visit Dublin make sure to book your room in advance. You can compare a wide range of hostels, hotels and guesthouses on liligo.com, however during high seasons the cheapest accommodation deals can disappear in the blink of an eye.
Dublin in the Traveler's Edition
Only have a week to spare for your trip to Ireland? Here's one trip itinerary that stops at all the essentials, plus a few more. From Dublin to the Cliffs of Moher and back again.
Sure, Ireland has some great pubs but there's more to see than the bottom of a pint glass in this stunning country. Take in some of these views and you'll never want to leave!
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