Departure8 April 2021 I'm flexible
Nights1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
BoardAll-inclusive Full-board Half-board Breakfast Self catering Room only
Breakfast • Flights inc
With an illustrious history and a young-at-heart attitude, Dublin is a dynamic cultural hub with all the right ingredients - from the literary heritage of Oscar Wilde and James Joyce, to enjoying the 'craic' in the pubs and clubs around Temple Bar.
Food and drink
It would be sacrilege indeed to come to Ireland and not sample a pint of Guinness, which tastes better in Dublin than anywhere else in the world; follow it with a chaser of Irish Whiskey, and you'll make friends for life! But if the drinks come with history, you'll find Dublin's gastronomic scene totally modern with restaurants catering to every taste.
Local specialities include Irish stew, filled potato pancakes called boxty, drisheen black pudding and a wealth of shellfish, including cockles and mussels. Don't miss the chance to try coddle, a dish made with pork sausages, or colcannon, the Irish equivalent of bubble and squeak.
Dublin is a wonderful place for shopping and on the south side of the Liffey you'll find plenty to buy. Local goods to take home include handknitted Aran sweaters, contemporary and Celtic-style jewellery, ceramics, hand-blown glass and paintings. With such an illustrious literary history, it comes as no surprise that there are plenty of bookshops across the city, including second-hand and specialist dealers. For fashion visit Grafton Street, where you'll find Brown Thomas, Dublin's premier department store and a great stockist of Irish designers..
Dublin Blog posts
From the UK's most popular travel bloggers
20th January 2021 by The Wandering Quinn13 hidden gems in Dublin to see a less touristy side of the city
Dublin is a popular city for a city break and a stop on a wider trip around Ireland! There are many famous Dublin attractions like Dublin Castle, Temple Bar, St Stephens Green and the Guinness Tour but what if you’ve been to Dublin before and now want to see a different part of the city? Or you want to see Dublin like a local?...
26th January 2021 by TravelDaveWhat to do in Dublin, Ireland during Christmas and the festive winter months
Dublin, Ireland is merely magical in the wintertime. The great Irish cheer is even more welcoming and warm at this time of year, and with all the festive decorations and twinkling lights across the city, a trip to Dublin around Christmas cannot help but get you in the festive spirit. The streets filled with merry locals and tourists – I found it was nicely busy with a buzz in the air. Dublin is also great for shopping, which means you can get all your Christmas shopping done and have a nice...
8th June 2019 by PommieTravels5 easy road trips from Dublin
There’s little doubt that Dublin is one of Europe’s most beautiful cities. Its architecture, culture, and nightlife make it stand out from its mainland peers. However, an entire country of castles, seacoasts, and green, rolling hills lies beyond its borders. You don’t have much time to spare – just one day for a quick trip outside city limits. Fortunately, many of Ireland’s historical and natural wonders lie within easy driving distance if you’re renting a car in Dublin....
9th February 2021 by Inside the Travel LabThe 10 best day trips from Dublin by train, car and organised tour
Find the best day trips from Dublin this side of Molly Malone right here. From historic houses to wilderness, James Joyce to UNESCO Biosphere Reserves, you can head out by train, car or organised tour and be back in time for Guinness....
4th February 2021 by Inside the Travel LabMarsh Library: The best and oldest library in Dublin
Marsh’s Library lives in the heart of Dublin, admitting the public for a fee with supervision or throwing open its doors for free for the excellent Open House Dublin event. Founded in 1707, it’s Ireland’s oldest public library and it offers a flight through the history of reading and literature before the digital age....
20th June 2018 by StuartRyanair announces London Southend Airport base and flights from 2019
Ryanair is opening a new base at the somewhat confusingly named 'London Southend Airport' in, umm, Essex - from April 2019. With three aircraft and an investment of $300 million, Ryanair clearly see Southend as a viable alternative for future expansion and air travel opportunities. The airline will be offering 13 routes to 8 different countries:Alicante, Barcelona Reus, Bilbao, Málaga and Palma in SpainBrest - FranceCorfu - GreeceCluj, RomaniaDublin - IrelandFaro, PortugalMilan Bergamo...
Weather in Dublin
Our month-by-month guide to the weather and climate in Dublin