Dublin Flights GuideDublin began as a Viking settlement, but has developed into an internationally-known, urban metropolis with endless historical features and growing cultural opportunities. One of Dublin's oldest attractions is Dublin Castle, an attraction for those interested in Dublin's history. A more modern attraction, Dublin's Spire of Light, standing more than 120 metres tall. Other world-renown attractions include: the National Library of Ireland, Gaiety Theatre, Trinity College, Temple Bar and Croke Park.
Dublin is also a quick rail and ferry trip away from major English cities such as London, Chester and Crewe. Dublin's roads and rail system open all of Ireland to explore quite easily. The island is small enough to make travelling around all of Ireland a breeze.
June through September are the warmest months, reaching 16 degrees. This is also the wettest time of the year. The coldest times of the year are typically December through February. Flying in for Dublin's St. Patrick's Day festival in mid-March is an exciting time to sport your green wardrobe, but that isn't all Dublin has to offer to tourists and holiday goers. Warmer temperatures arrive in the middle of the year, making the summer months another wonderful time to fly to Dublin.
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