Knock Flights GuideKnock, a small village in County Mayo, Ireland, is home to 45 separate townlands. It is named for a famous local landmark called Knock Shrine, where allegedly, The Virgin Mary and John the Evangelist appeared in the year 1879. Though the town is small, the construction of projects such as the Our Lady Basilica and the Ireland-West Airport have opened Knock up to the rest of the world.
Knock, located in the West of Ireland, is about two hours by car to Dublin, or two hours from Ballyhaunis Train Station. Nearby Galway is even closer, at only an hour and a half by car. Of course, Ireland-West Airport has been immensely helpful in making Knock more accessible to the rest of the country and outside it as well.
Knock has a very typical type of Irish weather, with average yearly temperatures of 50 degrees Fahrenheit. It features incredibly mild and often gray summers and equally mild winters, featuring heavy rainfall. Because of its mild weather, there is no real stand-out time to either visit or avoid Knock. The best time to fly to Knock is when you fan find cheap fares, which are usually in the autumn or spring months. However, nearby cities like Dublin are great to visit at Christmastime, which may prompt a winterly visit to Knock as well.
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