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You can book flights to Dublin at any time of the year depending on the budget and the weather preference. Usually the best times to visit Dublin are April, May, September and October, before the cold and rainy season starts. During these months crowds at the city’s attractions are manageable, room rates are average and outside temperature is not very cold. For a budget-conscious traveller cheapest time to visit would be on weekends from mid-January to the end of March but the temperature is cold this time. Use this great flight price calendar tools to find the cheap months to book flights to Dublin.
Book cheap flights to Dublin, the capital city of Ireland and is located on the East coast. It is one of the popular destinations, five million international tourists visited Dublin last year. It is renowned for its Irish tradition and the friendly atmosphere that is created by the locals. Despite being the biggest city in Ireland, Dublin is relatively compact and can be seen on foot.
The river Liffey separates Dublin, the North from the South, with typically the working class on the North and the middle and upper class on the South. In more recent years Dublin has also been divided socio-economically between East and Westside too. But not to worry! There are plenty of restaurants and nightlife anywhere you want to go in Dublin, from the friendly outdoor pubs to the Temple Bar, which is “The Place” for nightlife and often people from Britain and beyond visit for the weekend.
The only closest airport you can use to fly to Dublin is the Dublin Airport (DUB / EIDW) which is 23 km from the city centre. There are a lot of things to do while you are in Dublin, here is the list of some popular activities you can enjoy in Dublin.