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The cheapest flights to Dublin were $298 for round trip flights and $234 for one-way flights in the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.
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Travelers on domestic or international flights to Dublin in Ireland will land at Dublin Airport (DUB), a short distance north of the city center. The airport services Dublin flights from cities in Europe, North America, and the Middle East and is a hub for Aer Lingus and the budget air carrier Ryanair. There is a big selection of restaurants, bars, and shops throughout the airport and the two terminals, including popular international chains and Dublin favorites. Cheap transportation options such as airport shuttles and buses, as well as taxis, will take visitors to the city with ease.
Weather in Dublin is cool and comfortable during the summer months, which is a popular time to book flights to Dublin. The average temperature highs during the summer months of June through August are just above 60F, with lows hovering around 50F. The winter months from December through February sees the average highs fall to about 50F and the lows to 37F. Rainfall is abundant throughout the year and picks up slightly in the fall months, while snow showers can occur in the winter months. It's best to pack a jacket or coat and an umbrella for Dublin flights during this time.
As in most European countries, Dublin offers extensive public transportation options. It's a short 10 miles from Dublin Airport to the city, and bus and shuttle services are cheap and affordable. Metered taxis are also available at the airport and will cost about €20 to €30 to the city center. The city of Dublin is served by a tram and light rail system called Luas, and many find the cheap one-way fares a good bargain. The DART rail system connects the city to the surrounding suburbs. The city center can also be easily navigated on foot, with most attractions within walking distances. Bicycle rentals are popular too.
Dublin is an energetic city with lots to see and do. From historic sites and cultural gems to great ethnic restaurants and watering holes, the city has much to offer. Music lovers will find no end to live music venues, while shoppers will love strolling Grafton Street and Henry Street. Some of Dublin's major attractions include:
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