Cheap flights to Ireland

Where to go in Ireland

Visit Ireland: destinations A-Z

Info and things to do in Ireland

Ireland is known for many things: friendly people, excellent stouts, lively pub culture, magical castles and evergreen hills. It boasts an ancient history and every corner attests to this, graced by iconic landmarks and monuments. Think Blarney Stone and Blarney Castle, The King of Kerry, Newgrange and the Cliffs of Moher. Away from your pints, festivals and dancing, tour the rugged countryside and take in all the sights from breathtaking cliffs to plunging gorges. Ireland is a visitor's paradise and a trip to this country is sure to be the first of many. Guests on flights to Ireland will land at Shannon, Dublin or Cork Airports. British Airways, Aer Lingus, Flybe, Air Canada Rouge, Air France and American Airlines are air travel companies that operate in the country.

Ireland's capital city, Dublin, is more than the economic and financial centre of the country. Steeped in history, this urban city boasts castles, historic monuments, museums and landmarks. Enjoy its lovely parks, hit the pub trails for your favourite dram or sample delicious Irish food. Don't miss the Temple Bar district, lined with hip bars and trendy restaurants as well as markets and shops. Outside the city centre are sandy beaches ideal for vigorous walks and sports. After Dublin, Cork is the next important city. It is a young urban town with a flourishing hipster scene and oodles of traditional charm from cheerful pubs to ethnic restaurants. A compact city, Cork is a delight to explore by foot with its charming waterways, narrow alleys and historic buildings.

Ireland can boast as having some of the best airlines in the world with Aer Lingus being rated as one of the top 15 airlines in the world, according to the Best Airlines 2017 study, based on eDreams customer reviews received during 2016.

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