Dublin holidays

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Holidays to Dublin

Dublin holidays offer an enchanting blend of history, culture, and warmth, where Georgian elegance meets medieval charm. This city welcomes you with open arms, ensuring your stay is packed with entertainment, whether you're here for an all-inclusive retreat or a weekend break. Iconic landmarks, fresh seaside air, and the cosiness of traditional pubs make for an ideal winter city escape. Seamlessly transition from the lively city centre to tranquil coastal villages in under half an hour, discovering Dublin's multifaceted allure. With events year-round and a friendly local atmosphere, Dublin promises a holiday filled with discovery and delight, suitable for every traveller.

HOLIDAY TYPE:
City breaks
PEAK SEASON:
May to Oct
LANGUAGE:
English, Irish
CURRENCY:
Euro (€)
AVG FLIGHT TIME:
1h 15m (from London)
NEAREST AIRPORT:
DUB, 5.6 mi
International Airport

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How many days do I need to explore Dublin?

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A minimum of three days is recommended to explore Dublin's key attractions, including historical sites, museums, and cultural venues. However, extending your stay to a week allows for day trips to nearby attractions and a deeper dive into Dublin's vibrant pub scene and events.

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