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Departure Wed, 27 Sep Return Tue, 03 Oct
SWF Newburgh, NY
DUB Dublin
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LTN London
DUB Dublin
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DUB Dublin
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EDI Edinburgh
DUB Dublin
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Newburgh, NY - Dublin
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Chicago - Dublin
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Dublin Vacation

About Dublin

A vacation in Dublin will introduce you to the country's illustrious historical and cultural heritage, warm and friendly locals and beautiful architecture. The city's compact old town is a good introduction to the city's history, as well as to the city's penchant for the arts and raucous fun. At its core resides Trinity College, founded in 1592 and Grafton Street, which is flanked by elegant Georgian architecture. You can also discover the National Museum and National Gallery, while the Temple Bar area introduces Dublin's artistic and more hedonistic side. This multifaceted destination also boasts leafy public parks threaded with walkways and botanical gardens where you can escape the crowds.

Things to do and places to visit in Dublin

Whether you wish to experience Dublin's playful side in its thronged pubs and bars, learn about the city's colorful history at the large choice of museums and proud monuments, or dive into some art galleries and boutique shops in its artistic quarter, Dublin is bursting with interesting sights and experiences.

If you visit Dublin be sure to:

  • Take a tour of Trinity College, where Oscar Wilde and Samuel Beckett both studied
  • Drink a pint of Guinness in a cozy Victorian pub on Temple Bar
  • Visit the GPO on O'Connell Street, the site of the Easter Rising in 1916
  • Take a tour of the Guinness Storehouse at St. James's Gate Brewery
  • While away an afternoon in St. Stephen's Green
  • Hike up to the Dublin Castle originally constructed in the 13th century
  • Look out for the Molly Malone statue on Suffolk Street
  • See a collection of exotic animals at Dublin Zoo
  • Visit the National Gallery of Ireland to see a rich tapestry of paintings and artwork
  • Enter St. Patrick's Cathedral, built in the 13th century and one of the last representations of Medieval Dublin
Dublin

Airports in Dublin

Passengers flying to Dublin will land at Dublin Airport, which handles flights to a selection of European and long-haul destinations. The airport has 2 terminals and flies to 40 countries across 4 continents.

  • Dublin Airport

    Top Carriers

    A number of different airlines operate flights to Dublin including: Aer Lingus and Ryanair.

    Location

    Dublin Airport is situated approximately 6 miles from Dublin city center.

    Transportation

    There are a number of car rental companies that operate from both terminal buildings. Those wishing to take public transportation can catch the Airlink Express 747 and 757 bus services to a variety of destinations in the city center as well as Heuston and Connolly train stations. The Dublin Bus also runs several routes across the city. Taxis are available directly outside both terminal buildings.