Aer Lingus offers regular direct flights to Ireland from several destinations. Fly with Aer Lingus and look forward to an Irish welcome on board.
We know that travel needs to be flexible at the moment so we've got lots of ways to make sure you can change your plans easily. New options to keep your flights flexible include free, unlimited changes, guaranteed vouchers and cash refunds.
Book your flight 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.
The land of poets and fairies, Ireland delights visitors with its welcoming Gaelic culture and rolling green hills. Book your flight to Ireland with Aer Lingus and discover for yourself cultural gems like Irish music and Gaelic football.
Pubs in Cork: Have a pint at a Barrack Street pub, while tapping your toes on the sounds of an Irish fiddle. Snack on soda bread, sample the cockles and enjoy a hearty bowl of Irish stew. If you are feeling bold, take the Barrack Street Challenge of drinking a pint at every pub along the road.
National Museum of Ireland in Dublin: Separated into four buildings, the National Museum of Ireland has much to offer. See Lough Derg Sword and the Ardagh Chalice at Archaeology. Discover the extinct giant Irish deer at Natural History. Experience how Irish rooms were decorated through the ages at Decorative Arts and History. Witness how preindustrial Irish artisans created consumer goods at Country Life.
Shannon's Open-Air Museums: Walk through a living 19th-century Irish village street at Bunratty Castle and Folk Park. See both houses and businesses and walk through the beautiful walled garden. To travel even further back in time, visit Craggaunowen and experience life in a prehistoric crannog - a fortified, artificial island.
Donegal Castle: Explore historic and fully restored Donegal Castle, first built in the 15th century, then rebuilt a century later. After touring the castle's furnished halls and manicured lawns, get a bite to eat at one of Donegal's local pubs along the town's central plaza.
Lakes of Killarney: Located in County Kerry, these lakes offer breath-taking views and are a part of the surrounding Killarney National Park. Take a boat trip across the water, or hire a traditional Jaunting Car, a horse drawn wagon, to meander through the park.
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