Aer Lingus offers regular service to Dublin. Fly to Dublin with Aer Lingus and look forward to an Irish welcome on board.
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Book your flight to Dublin with Aer Lingus and enjoy a complimentary in-flight meal and our in-flight entertainment system. We've also introduced new, enhanced cleaning procedures and air filtering systems. Enjoy a safe and convenient flight and a warm Irish welcome on board.
Founded by the Vikings, Ireland's capital Dublin lies along the River Liffey. Travelers will adore its vibrant nightlife and world-renowned attractions. Book your flight to Dublin with Aer Lingus and experience Irish hospitality as you land in the heart of Ireland.
National Museum of Ireland: Start at Natural History, home of the "Dead Zoo." See giant Irish deer skeletons, a basking shark, and meet their mascot, Spotticus the Giraffe. Next, go to Archaeology, where you'll find Viking weapons and medieval treasures. Learn about Iron Age kingship rituals and view their collection of prehistoric gold artefacts. Afterwards, head to Decorative Arts and History. View reconstructed Georgian furnishings, folk art, and Baroque Irish silver.
Things to See in Dublin: Discover Ireland's rare copy of the Magna Carta at Christ Church Cathedral and see the famed Book of Kells at Trinity College Library. Later, witness the splendour of the Dublin Castle's state apartments, and explore the medieval undercroft. Afterwards, go to the Dublin Zoo and watch the endangered golden lion tamarins cavorting in the trees.
Shopping in Dublin: Browse Grafton Street's boutiques for the latest trends. Then grab a snack at a cafe and listen to the melodic street buskers. Pick up souvenirs, like Aran sweaters and pottery, over on Nassau Street, and peruse the booksellers on Dawson Street.
Explore the city centre on foot. Between the Luas, Dublin Bus, and DART suburban rail, public transport serves most areas of the city.
Whether you need a visa to enter Ireland depends on your citizenship. If you're a citizen of a European Economic Area (EEA) member state (countries of the European Union, together with Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein) and many other countries including Great Britain, the USA, Australia, Canada and New Zealand, you don't need a visa to visit the Republic or Northern Ireland. South African visitors can visit the Republic of Ireland without a visa, but need a UK visa in order to enter Northern Ireland. Check out the full requirements on the Tourism Ireland website.
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