Fly to Dublin Airport with Loganair in 1 hour 20 minutes.
Why fly to Dublin?
- Located approximately 10km north of Dublin, the airport is the largest in Ireland. The airport is connected to roughly 145 destinations worldwide. This makes it a popular choice with travellers.
- For rugby fans, Ireland’s national Aviva Stadium is only 20 minutes from Dublin Airport. You certainly won’t need to worry about being late for kick off!
- Travellers get a complimentary hold luggage allowance when they book with Loganair. With 15kg to fill, you are sure to have plenty of space for souvenirs.
A city of traditional values, blended with the spirit of looking forward. Visit Dublin and experience Ireland's true celtic charm. With its cobbled streets, hidden nooks and a pint of the black stuff, visitors just can't get enough.
Dublin is a city bursting at the seams with a diverse and exciting history. With many museums across the city, visitors won’t be stuck for entertainment, no matter what age they are. Popular attractions include The National Leprechaun Museum and The National Wax Museum. For a little indulgence why not visit The Butlers Chocolate Experience. And for the kids, big or small, why not take a trip to Dublin Zoo.
No trip to Dublin is complete without a trip to the Guinness Storehouse. Here you can learn all about the process used to create Ireland’s signature drink. At the end you will even get to pull your very own pint. And if this isn't enough to satisfy your tastebuds, take a trip to Dublin's infamous Temple Bar area. There you will be treated to traditional Irish music, food and drink, and their well known Irish charm.
With the 1916 Easter Rising, Dublin has had a troubled past. Across the city visitors can find remnants of this conflict in a variety of forms. For instance, why not visit the GPO Museum on O’Connell Street or Kilmainham Gaol. This popular attraction was once the prison of famous political and military leaders. Today Kilmainham Gaol is one of the largest unoccupied jails on the island of Ireland.
The city is also very proud of its literary background. Throughout Dublin there are many museums, tours and tributes to highlight this. It was even recognised as UNESCO City of Literature in 2010. The more famous writers of the city were James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, and William Butler Yeats. For an overview of Dublin’s creative heritage, take a trip to the Dublin Writers Museum. This 18th century mansion has collections from writers such as Wilde, W. B. Yeats, and Joyce. The National Library of Ireland is another must-see for literary fans. It is thought to have the largest collection of W.B Yeats manuscripts in the world. The city is also home to the popular James Joyce Museum. Here visitors can discover more about the writer and what inspired his stories.
For more information take a look at VisitDublin. Here you can find many more tours, museums and activities to keep all ages happy.