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Facts About Flying to Dublin, Ireland

In the Last 7 Days:
  • Aer Lingus, Ryanair Ltd., United Airlines were the top 3 airlines travelers picked for flying to Dublin.
In the Last 12 Months:
  • 47% of Dublin travelers were over 35.
  • 12% of travelers booked Business or First Class flights to Dublin in the last 30 days.
  • 51% of Dublin travelers were female.
  • 21% of Dublin visitors spent less than 3 days in the city.
  • 2% of Dublin visitors traveled with children under 11.
  • 6% of people who booked flights to Dublin also rented cars with OneTravel.
  • 73% of Dublin travelers booked flights 4 weeks in advance.

Cheap Flight Tickets to Dublin, Ireland

The Best Time to Visit

Visit Dublin during the summer season (June- August) to make the most out of your vacation experience. The weather is comfortably warm with the temperatures fluctuating in the 60-70 degrees Fahrenheit range. It's also the season when most of the famous festivals in Dublin take place.

Dublin Festivals & Events

No visit to Dublin can be complete without attending the Taste of Dublin Festival which treats you to some outstanding cuisines prepared by some of the best in the business. The festival happens in the month of June and enlightens on you culinary secrets that can do your cooking a world of good. With live entertainment also on offer, this festival cannot be missed at any cost.

Tips to Save on Travel to Dublin

Advance booking is the best way to get cheap flights to Dublin. Book your tickets at least 30 days in advance to get the best discounts on airfare. Some of the premier airlines that offer amazing travel deals for Dublin are Ryanair, Flybe and Air Lingus. After arriving at the airport, there are plenty of ground transport options available including bus service, car rental service, private taxis and much more.

Top Attractions in Dublin

Trinity College- Trinity College is the oldest university in Ireland that boasts an impressive group of alumni that includes Oscar Wilde, Jonathan Swift and Samuel Beckett. This 16th century building is home to many magnificent buildings.

Phoenix Park- Phoenix Park lies 3 km away from the city and is a welcome break from the hustle and bustle of the city life. Regarded as the largest urban park in Europe, it has sprawling greenery, gardens, lakes and huge grasslands.

Dublin Castle- Dublin Castle is another eye candy monument in the city. The most visited hotspot for lovers of architecture; it is also frequented by regular visitors who enjoy this timeless piece.

National Museum of Ireland- The National Museum of Ireland, a premiere attraction in Dublin showcases artifacts of ancient Ireland and is a veritable treasure house of jewelry dating back to the 8th century. With so much to see in antiques and rare displays, a trip to the museum is highly recommended.