Ireland Flights GuideIreland is the third largest, and second most populous Island in Europe. The island itself is made up of the European Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom's Northern Ireland. Guinness is one of the country's claims to fame, and travelers can get a tour of the Guinness Storehouse while in the country capital of Dublin. While in Dublin bask in Irish history at the Dublin Castle while literature lovers will enjoy the Dublin Writers Museum. Moher Cliffs in County Clare is a sightseeing must including trails and stunning viewpoints while the crashing waves at Slieve League in Donegal make for breathtaking scenery. Explore wildlife and wander through nature at the traveler favourite Killarney National Park.
Dublin Airport (DUB) is Europe's eighth largest airport and most connected with flights leading to the United Kingdom, North America, Europe and the Middle East. Other international airports on the island include Shannon, Cork, and Ireland West. Ireland's weather is usually mild and has an oceanic climate that is always changing. Expect summer temperatures to average around 15 degrees celsius while winter temperatures stay above freezing between 4 and 7 degrees. Rain is common throughout the year.