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About Dublin, Ireland

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Capital of Republic of Ireland

Dublin, capital of the Republic of Ireland, is on Ireland’s east coast at the mouth of the River Liffey. Its medieval buildings include 13th-century Dublin Castle and imposing St. Patrick’s Cathedral, founded in 1191. Temple Bar is a riverside nightlife and cultural quarter, home to the Irish Film Institute. Bustling, largely pedestrianised Grafton Street is the city’s principal shopping area, also famed for its buskers.

Area: 44.4 mi²

Weather: 50°F (10°C), Wind SW at 7 mph (11 km/h), 82% Humidity

Local time: Saturday 12:30 AM

Hotels: 3-star averaging $130, 5-star averaging $240. View hotels

Getting there: 6 h 30 min flight. View flights

Population: 527,612 (2011) UNdata

Few places are home to as many incredible legends as Ireland.
This stunning island is rich in history, ancient architecture, stunning landscapes, and unique culture – with traditional music and world-class cuisine at every turn.

It's time to discover the Emerald Isle for yourself. Get there with year-round flights to Dublin.

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Ireland Highlights

Giant’s Causeway

No visit to Ireland is complete without witnessing one of the world’s most incredible rock formations. Legend has it this Antrim landmark was built by a local giant’s bare hands.

Guided tours

From exploring Dublin at night with the magical Dark Side Tour to seeing your favourite locations on a Game of Thrones tour, choose your adventure and go.

Breweries, distilleries, and pubs

Home to the famous Guinness Storehouse and world-renowned whiskey distilleries, get ready to taste your favourites right at the source.

Take advantage of year‑round flights to Dublin and experience this legendary island for yourself.

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the Island of Ireland
Not too hot and not too cold, from the Causeway Coast and the Wild Atlantic Way to the Sunny South East and everything in between - Ireland is a mecca for food, nature, and culture lovers.
nature all around
Dolphins, golden eagles, fallow and red deer… the island of Ireland’s indigenous wildlife is both fascinating and accessible… We’ve got a few ideas for a trip that will get you up close to our native species. Just make sure you have that camera ready!
a walker's wonderland
Planes are fast, trains are comfortable, cars are easy. But when it comes to scenery, there’s simply no better way to appreciate the island of Ireland than by walking the walk – so pack your best boots discover the northern coast.
next level arts and crafts
From linen weaving to sculpture, chocolate-making to whiskey-blending, crafts are a huge part of Ireland’s heritage. And with skilled creators all around the island, taking home a piece of authentic Ireland has never been so easy.
lights, camera, action
Star Wars, Harry Potter, Game of Thrones, and more have all called Ireland home. It's breathtaking peninsulas, charming villages, and out-of-this-world heritage sites have for many years been featured on film
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