Dublin Flights Guide
Lying at the mouth of the River Liffey, near the center of Irelandís east coast, Dublin is an ancient city that is home to a plethora of ancient castles, museums showcasing the cityís Viking founding, plus famous pubs, alehouses and iconic landmarks like the Molly Malone statue on Grafton Street and the famous Spire of Dublin (also known as the Monument of Light).
A few of Dublinís not-to-be-missed attractions include the Glasnevin Cemetery Museum (home to many famous Dublinersí graves), the Kilmainham Gaol (historic jail with a sordid past), the popular Chester Beatty Library that is both art museum and library, the gorgeous National Botanic Gardens (with lush native flora and fauna), and lovely open spaces like St. Stephenís Green and Phoenix Park.
Dining and drinking (think famous Irish whiskey or a pint of Dublin ale) are just as popular in this ancient former Viking settlement as the ancient castles; make reservations at The Vintage Kitchen (famous for its mussel bisque and lamb shanks), or have lunch at a famous Dublin pub, John Kavanaugh, which is said to be one of the best pubs in Dublin. Another great restaurant to try is The Sussex (which won a Certificate of Excellence in 2013), is located above a pub and has delectable Irish cuisine.
After dining at one of Dublinís exquisite restaurants or pubs, do a little shopping along Grafton Street, noted as one of the cityís best shopping areas, between Trinity College and St. Stephenís Green, there are tons of stores here to choose from, including Brown-Thomas (a very prestigious retailer in Dublin). On OíConnell Street, shoppers will find sometimes dingy retailers, but be sure to visit Clearys Department Store, a Dublin retail landmark.
Getting around Dublin is fairly easy; thereís a sophisticated road system that focuses on the city itself, railway lines, bicycling is very popular with native Dubliners and tourists, and there is the Dublin Airport for air travel in and out of the city.
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Dublin Travel Facts
- Dublin, Ireland connects to 136 airports worldwide.
- The shortest flight from Dublin is 81 miles to Isle Of Man on Aer Arann.
- The longest flight from Dublin is 4056 miles to Orlando on United Airlines.
- fly to 53 destinations including Wroclaw from Dublin.
- Aer Lingus fly to 48 destinations including Zurich from Dublin.
- United Airlines fly to 5 destinations including Orlando from Dublin.
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Dublin Airlines & Flight Schedules
- Aer Lingus fly from Dublin to Aberdeen and 48 other cities including Zurich.
- United Airlines fly from Dublin to Boston and 5 other cities including Orlando.
- Air France fly from Dublin to Atlanta and 4 other cities including Paris.
- Flybe fly from Dublin to Dongloe and 3 other cities including Southampton.
- Lufthansa fly from Dublin to Frankfurt and 3 other cities including Newark.
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