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Dublin Airport, home of the official flag carrier of Ireland, Aer Lingus, is a very busy airport that serves both local and international flights. It is also among the 7 airports all over the world that service 6 of the airports in London. There are also several US destinations and those in the Middle East that are served by the Dublin Airport.
The Many Faces of Dublin
There are just so many things about the city that will pleasantly surprise you. If you are an art lover, you would know that numerous world-renowned literary figures have been produced by the city, including Samuel Beckett and Bram Stoker. Most of Ireland’s largest libraries, as well as the country’s literary museums can be found in Dublin. It is also home to several theatres such as the Grand Canal and the Olympia. And even if one is not really into whiskey, it is still very interesting to check out one of the city’s main attractions, The Old Jameson Distillery. Learn the history of the distillery and find out how they make whiskey while touring around the area.
Likewise, the Guinness Storehouse is another must-see and popular attraction in Dublin. The interactive exhibits give visitors a chance to know about how stout started out, and its development to what it is today. The storehouse also has a bar on the 7th floor, where guests can have a taste of the famous Guinness stout. The Temple Bar is bubbling with energy, with its pubs, music shops, cafes, and so much more. When it comes to shopping, there is Grafton Street dotted with luxury boutiques, fashion stores, and so much more.
Visit Dublin and find out a lot more about this multi-faceted city. Get the cheapest flight rates when you book yourself with Skiddoo, the cheap flight finder.
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Cheapest time to fly to Dublin (DUB)
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