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Why go to Dublin

Dublin is a city with warmth and soul. Mention the Irish capital to fellow travellers and it will usually cause a twinkle in the eye, a smile on the lips and a growing thirst for a pint of the black stuff.

Few international cities have forged such a reputation for their heritage and hospitality, and a cheap break in Dublin shows you exactly why the place is so special.

Dublin might lack the grand set-piece sights of some European neighbours, but when dusk is falling on the Liffey and music is in the air, who needs postcard-worthy landmarks?

Take your pick: Dublin on the cheap or Dublin ultra-luxurious; cultural or historical; laid-back or action-packed. It’s all there for the taking!

City of culture

A trip to Dublin is all about enjoying the simple things in life: eating well, drinking plenty and soaking up the atmosphere of a cultured city with links to everyone from James Joyce, George Bernard Shaw and U2 to Maeve Binchy, Oscar Wilde and WB Yeats.

Whether you're visiting for a weekend break or you're using your short holiday in Dublin as the jumping-off point for a longer break in Ireland, you won't be short of entertainment.

Suited to all tastes

How you spend your time on a short break in Dublin is up to you. You can wander the prim, cobbled grounds of Trinity College before wallowing in the Georgian architecture of Merrion Square and St Stephen's Green.

You can shop at local fashion boutiques, unwind at a plush Dublin hotel spa and dine out at the latest Michelin-starred restaurant: there are no fewer than 12 of them, all reliant on Ireland's high-quality produce.

Alternatively, do as the locals do and simply browse the cheap Dublin markets, shop for deals, graze on street food and sink into the pubs and bars of the backstreets.

Young at heart

Dublin was hit hard by the economic crisis, but take a trip to Dublin in 2020 and you'll find it busily facing the future.

From its home-grown chefs and ever-evolving art scene to its free live music and sporting prowess, Ireland's capital city now balances graceful, old-world looks with a defiantly youthful energy. We'll drink to that.

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Irish, English

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Euros (€)

Average flight time(from London)

1 h 25 mins

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