Fly to Dublin from Liverpool
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Flying with Ryanair, Liverpool John Lennon Airport can get you over to Dublin faster than you can say "céad míle fáilte". As The Republic of Ireland’s capital city, Dublin is the perfect choice for a city break, giving you the opportunity to immerse yourself in its vibrant culture. With a 45 minute journey time, there’s no excuse not to book your cheap flights to Dublin today.
Why you should go
So, what’s all the fuss about? Well take it from us, Dublin is a must-see destination which has much more going for it than being U2’s motherland. With buildings dating all the way back to 988 AD, the city is rich with both history and character, not to mention the old-fashioned pubs that are dotted across the city.
Dublin also has more green space per square kilometre than any other capital city in Europe, so for those who love the fresh air in their lungs, we’d suggest a visit to Phoenix Park. At 1,750 acres, this stunning outdoor space has got plenty of state buildings as well as Dublin Zoo to keep you entertained. For those with a keen eye for architecture, make sure the picturesque Trinity College and opulent Saint Patrick’s Cathedral is on your Dublin itinerary, as well as an inside look of Kilmainham Gaol.
We can’t talk about Dublin without mentioning one of the most popular reasons people visit: Guinness. A trip to the Guinness Storehouse is certainly in order so you can sample some of the iconic drink and take in the amazing views of the city. For whisky lovers, there’s the Old Jameson Distillery and we suggest foodies should check out the Temple Bar Farmer’s Market. The friendliness of the people in Southern Ireland is definitely not a myth so just immerse yourself in this wonderful city and discover it for yourself
When you should go
If you’re looking to beat the crowds but catch the weather, visit Dublin during autumn or spring. In terms of festivities, the city’s pubs and bars come alive for both St. Patrick’s Day and over the Christmas period.
Where you should stay
Staying in Dublin city centre means you’ll be in the heart of everything and only a few minutes’ walk from pub to pub. Temple Bar and Trinity College sit just south of the River Liffey and the St Stephen’s Green area is a great place for some leafier surroundings. Just a 20-minute journey from the city centre, Dún Laoghaire is a beautiful neighbourhood on the coast which is definitely worth a visit.
When it comes to hidden gems in Dublin, the list is endless. Some things to check out include:
- The Leprechaun Museum – shrink a few inches and spend a couple of hours immersing yourself in all things Leprechaun!
- The Vintage Cocktail Club – take some time out and try some delicious cocktails in this highly ambient spot.
- Marsh’s Library – this antique library is a great way to pass the time on your visit to Dublin as well as being a great example of the cultural heritage of the city.
Catch your direct flight from Liverpool to Dublin (DUB) today and experience everything the city has to offer!
Ryanair fly regularly between Liverpool and Dublin. You can book your Dublin flight right here using our SkyScanner booking system. Flights from Liverpool to Dublin in Ireland fly into Dublin Airport. They are regular, quick and convenient and so perfect for business, tourism or as a jumping off point for a wider trip.
Once you have booked your flights to Dublin, Ireland why not check out Liverpool John Lennon Airport’s shops and restaurants, book a Fast Track security pass or a space in our luxury Aspire Premium lounge.
If you are arriving on one of the regular flights from Dublin to Liverpool you might want to browse our Transport Section for information about onward journeys or use our Car Rental booking facilities.
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