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Sitting on the coast of Ireland, Dublin has less rain than other Irish cities. However, the temperatures are favourable in comparison. The best time to visit Dublin is May – August. Temperatures around this period average 17 – 20 degrees Celsius. Sunny, warm temperatures are mostly seen in July – August, but this is peak tourist season too. There are plenty of events hosted year-round, including free events.


Dublin flight deals found on momondo

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Norwegian Air International
Norwegian Air International
YHM
01 Apr
Toronto Hamilton airport
6h 45m
DUB
Dublin airport
Norwegian Air International
DUB
09 Apr
Dublin airport
7h 45m
YHM
Toronto Hamilton airport
387 CAD
Icelandair
Icelandair
YYZ
21 Jan
Toronto Pearson Intl airport
9h 40m
1 Stop
DUB
Dublin airport
Icelandair
DUB
27 Jan
Dublin airport
12h 00m
1 Stop
YYZ
Toronto Pearson Intl airport
394 CAD
Norwegian
Norwegian
YHM
24 Apr
Toronto Hamilton airport
6h 45m
DUB
Dublin airport
Norwegian
DUB
07 May
Dublin airport
7h 45m
YHM
Toronto Hamilton airport
398 CAD

Which airlines fly to Dublin?

For direct international flights to Dublin, book with Air Canada, WestJet, Aer Lingus, and Air Transat. Other airlines offering services to Dublin include British Airways, American Airlines, Etihad Airways, United Airlines, Air France, Lufthansa, Swissair, KLM, Turkish Airlines, Delta Airlines, and Emirates.


How to get from the airport to Dublin city centre?

Below you will find all the airports in Dublin along with the distance from the city centre
Dublin
8 km from city centre

Dublin Airport (DUB)

Bus

The Aircoach offers services direct from the airport to city centre (Route 700). The cash fare is €7 EUR for a one-way adult ticket and €2 EUR for a one-way child ticket (ages 5 – 12 years). Dublin Bus # 41 from the airport to the O’Connell Street stop or the Lower Abbey Street stop in city centre takes around 60 minutes and the fare is €3.30 EUR.

Taxi

Taxis to city centre are available outside of Terminals 1 and 2. All taxis from the airport are required to carry a rights and responsibilities information sheet. Taxi fares to city centre will cost approximately €15 – €25 EUR and the drive is around 30 minutes.

Train

The Airlink Express runs from the airport to city centre. A ticket centre is located outside of Terminal 1. The single adult fare is €6 EUR and child single fare is €3 EUR.

Car Rentals

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How to get around in Dublin?

Dublin’s transportation is tourist-friendly, and you will have several ways to get around the city centre.

Rail

The DART system (Dublin Area Rapid Transit), is an electric rail that travels from the city centre and along the Irish Sea. An all day family pass offers the best value and is €20 EUR for the rail.

Bus

The extensive network of bus routes in Dublin makes it easy to get around the city centre and outskirts of town. The cash fare in city centre is discounted and is approximately €0.75 EUR.

Light Rail

The Luas is the city’s light rail system. The Red Line has 32 stops throughout the city, including the Docklands. The Green Line has 22 stops running from Stephen’s Green to the Brides’ Glen. The Red Line stops at major attractions, while the Green Line stops at the smaller villages. Purchase a Leap Card to use for the bus, DART, and Luas fares. Fares for the rail with a Leap Card are approximately €1.54 EUR one-way per zone for adults and €0.80 EUR for children. There is a daily cap of €7 EUR for adults and €2.70 EUR for children.

Taxi

Taxis are located throughout downtown, and you can pre-book one for a pick-up as well. The average tariff starts at approximately €4 EUR; the charge thereafter is €2 EUR per kilometre and €23 EUR per 1-hour wait.

Bike

Coca-Cola Zero dublinbikes stations are located throughout the city centre for easy access and optimal use. Every station has a minimum of 15 stands making it easy to enjoy this service. You can enjoy the many benefits of an Annual Card for €25 EUR or buy a 3-day ticket for €5 EUR. The first 30 minutes of use is free on every bike. There are plenty of motorbike trails throughout the city, and there are two rental services in the city centre. Celtic Rider rents motorcycles for 3 – 5 days starting at a daily rate of approximately €160 EUR. The other rental service is Bike on Board, but their rates depend on make and model, distance, and the number of days. They do not offer flat rates for rental.


What are the visa and passport requirements when flying to Dublin?

Canadian citizens can enter Ireland with a valid passport and stay up to 90 days. For foreign nationals, please check the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade website.


Quick facts about Dublin

Time, currency, and the basics — see the local time and get an idea of how much money you will spend on the basics in Dublin
Local time
Currency
Euro
Beer
Domestic Beer (.5 litre)
3.00 CAD
Food
Inexpensive restaurant
23 CAD
Public transport
One-way ticket
4.09 CAD

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Additional info and tips about visiting Dublin

Things to do and Places of Interest in Dublin

First-time visitors in Dublin will not be short of places to visit and explore. While you are here, you must visit the National Print Museum. On your way, stop by the Freemasons Hall next to the National Library. The Old Jameson Distillery is open for tours and tastings. The Science Gallery in Dublin offers a showcase of art and science in a creative manner. In the country, you can visit Skerries Mills, where you will see windmills and watermills that are part of the country’s heritage. If traveling with children, visit the AquaZone at the National Aquatic Centre for leisure swimming, thrills, roller coasters, and even a surf rider. For a taste of Irish history, take a tour of the Drimnagh Castle, the Dublin Castle, and the Kilmainham Gaol Prison.

Tips and Tricks for Visiting Dublin

Purchase the Dublin City Pass

For free admission to 33 attractions in Dublin, purchase your Dublin Pass. You can buy 1, 2, 3, and 6-day passes online starting at €52 EUR for adults and €31 EUR for children.

Electricity

Electrical supplies in hotels throughout Dublin are 230 volts and 50Hz. Use a three prong or plug adapter for devices that differ from the Dublin measurements.


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