When you fly to Ireland, you can take a day in Dublin to visit the Dublin Zoo in Phoenix park. From there, you can head to Glasnevin Cemetery Museum in north Dublin to see the marble tombs, and gravestones that include the burial sites of many famous Irishmen. Also in Dublin, check out the Kilingham Gaol to learn more about the history of Ireland. Enjoy the Irish countryside in Galway, and spend some time in Connemara National Park and Galway Cathedral. Visit Killarney Falconry and learn firsthand about the unique sport.
There are 20 airports which serve Ireland with the four biggest being Dublin Airport (DUB), Cork Airport (ORK), Shannon Airport (SNN) and Kerry County Airport (KIR). You are most likely to fly into Dublin Airport, which is located just five miles outside of Dublin. If you have a hotel in the city, you’ll find there are several shuttle bus routes to get you to your destination. While in Dublin, you can use the extensive bus system, the DART rail service or the Luas rail system. Most visitors choose public transportation because of the convenience.
Ireland is located on the Gulf Stream and has a temperate climate year round. Always be prepared for rain at any time of day when visiting this country.
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