Lively Irish pubs and streets brimming with history
Up for a weekend holiday in one of Ireland’s finest cities? Then book a flight to Dublin and have a pint of Guinness, nicknamed 'the black stuff', in a typical Irish pub and explore the medieval alleyways in the historic city centre. Gaelic football is the number 1 national sport, and if you’re lucky, Ireland will be playing a home game at Croke Park.
From a trendy warehouse to an immense library
The old port area between Talbot Memorial Bridge and Point Depot is ‘hip and happening’. Old factories and former warehouses in the Dublin Docklands have been repurposed, such as the Georgian chq Building, which is currently home to numerous shops, breweries and lunchrooms. The campus of the historic Trinity College is certainly worth a visit. In its immense library you’ll feel like you’re in the middle of a Harry Potter film. Not only is Dublin the ideal destination for weekend holidays, it’s also a perfect starting point for a longer vacation in Ireland. Treat yourself: book a flight to Dublin now!Book a flight to Dublin
From luxury golf courses to dance clubs
The Dublin Bay coastline is stunning and just on the edge of the city centre. It is also where one of Dublin’s most beautiful golf courses, the Royal Dublin Golf Club, is located. After a round of golf, the Temple Bar district is the perfect place for wining and dining. This area is the heart of gastronomic Dublin and one of the city’s most characteristic districts, where you’ll find the nicest pubs and elegant restaurants.
Flights to Dublin for a unique weekend holiday
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For more than eight centuries, Dublin Castle has been the historic heart of the Irish capital. Today the castle serves as venue for important state events, such as the inauguration of the various presidents of Ireland. In the past, the building has served a variety of functions, including as a jail, a treasury and a law court. For 7 centuries the castle was also the seat of English rule.
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