How to find cheap flights to Dublin
There are no direct flights to the capital of Ireland, but here on Skyscanner.co.il we will search hundreds of airlines and online travel agents, and find you cheap flights to Dublin via stopovers. For example, you can fly with Aegean Airlines via Athens or with Turkish Airlines via Istanbul.
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All flights from Tel Aviv to Dublin as a final destination arrive at Dublin Airport (DUB). The two-terminal airport is located 10 km north of the Irish capital. Terminal 1 serves most European airlines, and Aer Lingus operates from Terminal 2. The bus stops are shared by both terminals, all you have to do is follow the signs to the common area if you’re using public transport. A single ticket costs €6-9 depends on your destination. Taxis are available outside of both terminals. If you wish to travel by car, check the offers we have on Skyscanner’s Car Rental.
When to visit Dublin
The busiest, crowded, and the warmest season is the summertime. Warm for Ireland of course, it means around 19 degrees in July and August, what we call in Israel a nice winter day. This is the season with higher hotels rates, but also with many street festivals and events. The best season to fetch cheap flights to Dublin is the winter. It’s cold and rainy, but not as brutal as other countries in Europe, around 7-8 degrees during the days of January and February.
What to see and do in Dublin
One of the must-see sights in Dublin is the castle in the center of the city, built in the 12th century. History lovers would be able to walk around and spend there several hours. If you like cathedrals, go to St. Patrick Cathedral, especially if you are in town during St. Patrick’s day.
The Science Gallery is one of the city’s quirkiest treasures interactive exhibitions that are continually changing. If the darker side of Dublin peaks your interest, go to the Glasnevin Cemetery to find the final resting place of many a prominent Irish figure.
Don’t miss the tour at the Guinness brewery, where you can watch the process of making the dark beer. There is also a museum, and you can overlook the whole city. Dublin Zoo is a must for animal-loving youngsters and if you travel with kids and family then the National Aquatic Center, Europe’s largest water park, is a great way to have a wild day out.
The city is full of vibrant outdoor markets and fabulous stores, museums, and galleries. The Pearce Museum and The Literary Museum bring Dublin’s history to life while eccentric Art Alley is a beautiful showcase of local artists.
After a long day out, it’s time to explore Dublin’s nightlife. Cosy bars or lively music events, with traditional Irish music or hip new bands, will make your body dancing. Whether you have a cocktail in a restaurant or partying at the clubs, you’ll go to bed with a huge smile on your face.
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This information is correct as of October 2017
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