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The birthplace of James Joyce, George Bernard Shaw, and Guinness, Dublin is a friendly, exciting city influenced by Danish, Norman and English antecedents, with roots extending back to an early Viking settlement.
Home of the world famous Trinity College, whose celebrated graduates include Oscar Wilde, Jonathan Swift, and Bram Stoker, Dublin continues to be a cultural center for Ireland and the world.
Safe and welcoming, Dublin is popular for its many pubs, including Dublin’s oldest known pub, the Brazen Head, which established in 1198 AD!
Airlines flying to Dublin, Ireland and travel seasonality
|Low Season to travel:||January, February, April, May, September, October, November|
|High Season to travel:||March, June, July, August, December|
|Airlines flying to Dublin route:||Jet Airways , American Airlines , Air Canada , Air France , Finnair , British Airways , BMI British Midland , Thomas Cook Airlines , Delta Air Lines , Aer Lingus , Emirates , Icelandair , Hahn Air , Iberia , KLM Royal Dutch Airlines , Lufthansa , Swiss , Czech Airlines CSA , Scandinavian Airlines , Turkish Airlines , Air Transat , United Airlines , Virgin Atlantic , WESTJET|
Following are the Popular routes to Ireland.
It's easy to fall for charming, crazy, colorful Dublin. The laid-back Irish capital is a somehow harmonious blend of Victorian pubs, rows of elegant Georgian town houses in silvery stone, and glittering modern buildings. With a permanent population of nearly 1.7 million; more than a third of the Irish people either live in or near this city, which explains the great restaurants, bars, and shopping opportunities.
A stroll through the landscaped parks corralled by the city’s rich Georgian heritage is enough to make anyone’s head turn, while even half a peek at the city’s myriad cultural offerings will show that it has pedigree too, these days expressed as much through its recently acquired multicultural cosmopolitanism as through its own traditional forms. There's almost no way you can go wrong. One minute, you're walking along a quiet leafy street and suddenly the Irish Parliament appears before you. A few minutes later, it's gorgeous Merrion Square.
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A massive seven-storey building, former Guinness® fermentation plant remodeled into the shape of a giant pint of Guinness
Written around the year 800 AD, the Book of Kells is one of the most beautifully illuminated manuscripts in the world. Its 680 pages of vellum contain the Latin texts of the Four Gospels.
Left from the medieval city of Dublin, St Patricks is the National Cathedral for the Church of Ireland and is still the largest cathedral in Ireland.
One of the world’s oldest and most popular zoos.
A collection of over 2,500 paintings and some 10,000 other works in different media including watercolours, drawings, prints and sculpture.
Hand Picked 5 stars and 4 stars Hotels near Dublin (DUB), Ireland
If you are planning to stay close to the Airport in Dublin, following is the list of the best hotels close to the Dublin Airport.
Distance from the Airport
|The Merrion Hotel||5-star||11 km|
|Crowne Plaza Dublin||4-star||2.46 km|
|Radisson Blu Hotel||4-star||1.28 km|
|Carlton Dublin Airport Hotel||4-star||2.0 km|
|Hilton Dublin Airport Hotel||4-star||5.8 km|
|Maldron Hotel Dublin Airport||4-star||1.3 km|
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