Dublin flights take travellers to a city with world-famous nightlife, “craic” and cultural attractions galore.
Dublin's nightlife is deservedly renowned as the pubs, clubs and bars buzz year round, but the city has much more up its sleeve for holidaymakers - including cultural attractions such as Trinity College and the Book of Kells, a great shopping centre and the opportunity to learn more about the city's famous drink at the Guinness Storehouse.
With flights to Dublin taking around an hour from England, the city is easily accessible both for a short break and an extended holiday. And whether your trip is centred around going on a bar crawl down Temple Bar, learning about the city's medieval history at attractions such as Christchurch Cathedral and St Michael's Tower, or looking down over the city from the Storehouse's Gravity Bar while sipping a pint of Guinness, you'll fall in love with the vibrant destination.
Why not get your bearings on a trip to Dublin and learn more about the city by taking a guided tour? Visitors can hop on and off open-top buses, take a trip down the River Liffey on a boat or take a walking tour. And, if you are a book lover, you could consider a literary tour of the city to learn all about Dublin's writers such as James Joyce and Samuel Beckett, and admire the statue of Oscar Wilde in Merrion Square.
Dublin Airport (DUB) is approximately seven and a half miles from the city centre and is well served by transport links. Many hotels offer shuttle services if arranged in advance and more than 700 buses and coach services whisk travellers from the airport to where they are staying.
Taxis also wait for passengers outside of Dublin Airport's two terminals and if you are in a group or are lugging heavy suitcases, this may be the best form of transport for you. Alternatively, hiring a car with pick up from the airport will not only make your journey to your hotel easier, but it will give you the freedom to explore more of the country during your stay - you could take a trip to the pretty fishing village of Howth less than nine miles from Dublin, or plan a day out at the seaside town of Bray just 12 miles from the city centre.
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