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Resident poet Patrick Kavanagh said Dublin is “Leafy-with-love banks and the green waters of the canal, pouring redemption for me”. Redemption isn’t the only thing being poured in Ireland’s capital, though. History, castles and of course, plenty of pints, are also on offer. Crack open a Guinness and read some James Joyce on the plane—you’ll be feeling like a Dubliner in no time.
Flights to Dublin Airport (DUB) touch down about 12km from the city centre, and the AirLink express bus can get you downtown in no time.
The city centre is easy to get around on foot, and there are two tram lines if your toes get tired. Better yet, take a taxi. Dublin has as many cabs as New York City!
In Ireland, early birds get the…bacon. And sausage, eggs, toast and tea. Head to Talbot Street in the early morning for a full Irish breakfast like none other.
If you don’t want to rise with the sun, book an afternoon flight to Dublin and get some sleep on the plane. Then rise like a mythical creature instead at Phoenix Park, home to everything from the zoo to gardens and forts. Landing at night? Take an evening kayak tour of the River Liffey or head to the theatres of Dame Street for cultural pursuits.
If Ireland makes you think of cosy, wood-panelled basement pubs with live Irish tunes, well, you’re onto something. With Dublin hotels near George's Street Arcade, you won’t have to stumble far when you’re langered (drunk). The friendly locals are always glad to show you a bit of craic (that just means fun).
You’re sure to get the glad eye for the “Fair City”, starting with Wotif’s awesome selection of cheap flights to Dublin. Plus, our Edinburgh holiday packages make it easy to pop over to the UK too—it’s just an hour’s flight north. Sláinte!