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The cheapest flights to Ireland were $69 for round trip flights and $309 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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Reviewed on Nov 20, 2018
This northern island country has been carving a distinct cultural identity for itself for thousands of years. As the country's capital, Dublin has long been a legendary force in the arts, boasting a historic city center. Dublin's International Airport, on the east coast, takes flights to Ireland from around the world. International Ireland flights headed for the south are likely to land at Cork International Airport, while Ireland West Airport Knock services western Ireland. Western Ireland is renowned for the barren and mystical scenery of the Aran Islands, and the celebrated cultural allure of the city of Galway.
Ireland is well known for its rain, so a jacket at any time of the year is necessary, with some gloves to keep your hands warm when the wind picks up. The coldest temperatures fall close to 0C in the winter, while summers hover around 20C. Pack warm socks, a scarf, and waterproof hiking shoes to explore the incomparable cliffs and rugged landscape. Summer months tend to be the favored times for booking flights to Ireland. If you're up for some hardcore adventuring, autumn and winter will not fail to throw around some cold rain showers and heavy Atlantic winds.
The island of Ireland is connected to Great Britain with train and boat services. Bus Eireann operates between Ireland and Eastern Europe. Hiring a car in Ireland will help you get around the countryside to explore some of the more offbeat and remote locations. Campers and RVs are especially popular for traveling in Ireland. City slicking is recommended, but travel on foot, because traffic jams are a problem, as Ireland has many one-way streets. Taxis are very popular around Ireland, but may require advanced booking. The larger cities, like Belfast and Dublin, are also serviced with intra-city buses, which can get quite raucous with revelers during the weekend nights. Many towns like Galway, Killarney, and Letterkenny serve as gateways to smaller rural settlements and parks.
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