With a flight to Dublin, you can immerse yourself in the charming Irish city life. Many possibilities await you on a city trip to Dublin: Discover impressive historic buildings among modern architecture, enjoy a glass of Guinness on a lively pub tour or take a trip to the sea. Read here which travel highlights you shouldn’t miss and what you should know when you arrive at the airport.
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Dublin is the capital and economic centre of Ireland and is known for its interesting sights, picturesque city centre, lively nightlife, hospitality and, of course, Guinness beer. On a city trip you can experience history and tradition at first hand. You will walk in the footsteps of famous writers such as Oscar Wilde, James Joyce and Samuel Beckett. The popular sights of Dublin are located in the city centre, which can be easily explored on foot. In the evening, countless pubs invite you to soak up the city’s lively music scene.
The best way to get to know Dublin is to explore the city on foot. The picturesque houses with their colourful flower boxes enchant visitors to the city. Probably the most impressive building in Dublin is the university – Trinity College, where many famous people have studied. Walking around the campus, you immediately feel transported in time! The library of Trinity College also houses an important Irish cultural treasure: the Book of Kells, a valuable medieval manuscript.
From Trinity College you can stroll along the shopping street Grafton Street to St. Stephen’s Green Park. On Grafton Street you will find various shops, cafés and restaurants and listen to the sounds of street music.
In contrast to the historic buildings is the city’s modern landmark: the “Spire”, a 123-metre-high column made of stainless steel, also known as the “world’s largest toothpick”.
A recommended museum for anyone interested in Ireland’s history is the Kilmainham Gaol Museum, an old prison where you can learn a lot about the country’s past, which was marked by struggles for independence.
A visit to the Guinness Storehouse is also worthwhile. On a guided tour you will learn everything about the origin of the famous drink and the process of brewing beer. The roof terrace offers a fantastic view over the city.
As the day draws to a close, it’s time to enjoy a glass of Guinness or a whiskey in one of the countless pubs. This is best done in the pub district of Temple Bar, the core of Dublin’s nightlife. There you will certainly be able to experience one or two live music events. You can find out the real insider tips on a “pub crawl”, a pub tour that should be booked in advance.
Your trip will not be short on recreation either, as Dublin offers numerous opportunities for excursions into nature and is not far from the sea. If you have a little more time and want to explore Ireland, you should definitely plan a visit to the impressive Cliffs of Moher and the Giant’s Causeway. If you prefer to stay in the city, a visit to St. Stephen’s Green Park will help you relax.
Dublin Airport is located in the north of the city and has the international abbreviation DUB. DUB has two terminals and is the country’s main and largest airport.
How many airports are there in Dublin?
There is only one international airport in Dublin. You will arrive at DUB Airport.
Which terminal does SunExpress land at?
SunExpress flights depart and arrive at Dublin Airport Terminal 1.
How far is the airport from the city?
DUB Airport is located 10 kilometres north of Dublin.
How do I get from the airport to the city?
Dublin Airport is connected to the city by two express bus routes: Dublin Express and Aircoach buses. A single ticket costs approximately €7. Depending on your destination in the city centre, the journey can take between 25 and 45 minutes. Alternatively, there is of course the option of taking a taxi or hire car into the city. If you rent a car in Ireland, you should bear in mind that left-hand traffic applies there.
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