Aer Lingus operate a number of daily flights from Glasgow to Dublin direct with a range of deals on offer.
Dublin is known around the world for its unique pub culture. The city is filled with pubs and bars offering a pint of the black stuff, food, live music and, of course, the craic.
Famously known as Ireland's highest pub Johnny Foxes is a must visit for a true Irish pub experience. Located in the Dublin Mountains, the pub serve a menu of traditional Irish dishes, provide entertainment 7 days a week and offer a shuttle busses service get to and from the pub.
The Brazen Head is known as Ireland's oldest pub - it was established in 1198! Famous faces such as Van Morrison, Tom Jones and the Dubliners have all taken part in a session at the pub over the years. Live music and entertainment can be found 7 nights a week at the pub with live band karaoke taking place on Sundays.
Kehoe's is a hidden gem located upon a side street off the busy Grafton Street. The pub was established in 1803 and to this day its Victorian-style interiors remain the same. Take a step back in time and enjoy a pint of plain in one of their snugs and visit on a Monday evening to catch a comedy performance.
There's lots more to be discovered in Dublin. Learn about the city's Viking roots, sample the local cuisine and hear the ghost stories of its cobbled streets.
See Dublin from a different angle onboard the Viking Splash Tour floating bus. Travelling on both land and water, you'll take a trip around the city centre learning about its Medieval past. Guests are provided with a Viking helmet and will learn to roar like a true Viking.
Not for the faint hearted, the Ghost Bus will bring you to points of interest that have a ghoulish, supernatural connection. Led by a professional actor guide, you will visit spooky points of interest, learn the art of body snatching and relive some of Dublin's scariest stories.
Fancy eating your way around Dublin? This is the tour for you. Take a tour of the Dublin foodie scene and visit the capital's best eateries and sample their delicious offerings.
Flying from Glasgow to Dublin takes just 1 hour and you can reach city centre within 30 mins of leaving Dublin Airport. What are you waiting for? It's time to book your trip to Dublin.