The best time to visit Dublin is during the summers when festivities fill the street and weather is also warm enough for a good stroll at almost any time of the day. Starting from June till August; the back to back festivals that fall during this time period are Dublin Shakespeare Festival, Festival of World Cultures, Ceili Culture and Dublin Viking Festival. Since summertime is the peak season , book your Dublin flights well in advance as getting a cheap flight to Dublin might be tough at the last minute.
Dublin Airport is operated and administered by the Dublin Airport Authority. The airport is served by many top airlines, operating flights to Dublin from popular global destination such as Paris,New York,Toronto and London.Places of Interest in Dublin
From the experience of an Irish pub to history, architecture and culture, enjoy a pint and experience all that Dublin has to offer. Also known as the "Town of the Hurdled Ford", Dublin is famous for its happening nightlife and beautiful sights. Christ Church Cathedral is an 11th century church that is also the oldest building of Dublin and famous for its crypt carvings.Dublin Castle
Beneath a modern-day palace is the once-medieval Dublin Castle. Take a tour of the remains of the ancient fortress and progress through periods of architecture from the Gothic revival Chapel Royal to the Georgian state apartments that welcomed royal families of Europe for centuries.Trinity College Dublin
Visit the oldest university in Ireland to see the Book of Kells – an illuminated manuscript of the Christian gospel written over 1,000 years ago. Composed in Latin by Celtic monks, it is considered to be one of Ireland’s finest national treasures.Temple Bar
Traditional Irish food, pubs and culture can be found in the narrow and cobbled streets south of the River Liffey, an area which has maintained Dublin’s original medieval street pattern.