Flights to Dublin
Dublin is the largest city and capital of the Republic of Ireland, becoming the principal city following the Norman invasion at the end of the 12th century. Between 1801 and 1922 the country was part of the United Kingdom. In 1916 Dublin was the scene of the failed Easter Rising, where a group of Irish republicans launched an armed insurrection to end British rule, which led to the subsequent War of Independence, and then a civil war between nationalists and republicans.
Things to do in Dublin
Dublin is a fun city where visitors can easily lose track of time exploring and discovering its rich and colourful history. The exciting and thriving nightlife, full of traditional, live music and artistic performances can be found all over the city.
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Events in Dublin
Dublin has many national and international festivals to keep you entertained throughout the year. So why not treat yourself to some of the best culinary and music events there?
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- Temperature: The average temperature is 20˚C during the summer months and 10˚C during the winter months.
- Time difference: There is no time difference between Dublin and London.
- Currency: Euro (EUR).
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From the United Kingdom you have the options to fly from London, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Manchester to Dublin.
Flights to Dublin
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