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Looking for cheap flights to Dublin from Canada? You’ve come to the right place!
Chock full with cool sights, culture, history and loads to do, Dublin is actually quite small, especially compared to other large European capital cities. This makes it wonderfully easy to get around both on foot and by bus and it’s likely you’d be able to cover everything you wish to do within two or three days.
Ireland itself is loved by tourists from all over the world for its sleepy towns, laidback culture and stunning scenery. So once you’ve finished in the city, why not head out under your own steam into the amazing Irish countryside. Dive into a friendly local pub for a hearty Irish stew or spend a sunny summer afternoon strolling through one of the many beautiful country parks.
When it comes to vacationing in Dublin, the vibrant nightlife and endless places to enjoy an obligatory Guinness and delicious cuisine make for some serious fun and relaxation. From cosy Irish inns to loud, crazy bars and clubs, you’ll find live music and laughter galore, however, Dublin is notably very safe and the crime rate is relatively low. Obviously you’ll need to practice usual caution with regard to pickpockets etc. just as you would at home, but Dublin offers a jovial, friendly atmosphere which is great for families and violent crime is very unusual.
Finally, of course, there’s the history, and where Dublin’s concerned there’s plenty on offer. An extremely old city, there’s plenty of opportunities to learn about how Irish people used to live in centuries gone by. Don’t forget to include a visit to the 13th-century castle and Trinity College which first opened in the sixteenth century.
So if the island of Ireland is next on your travel list, why not have a look at our full range of flights to Dublin now, including first class flights and business class flights too.
Dublin is a bubbly, exciting place to make some awesome memories, but it’s worth getting clued up on a few things before you go:Time Difference: UTC +0 hoursCurrency: Euro (€)Native Language: EnglishWeather: July is the warmest month in Dublin with an average temperature of 68°F (20°C). The coolest is January at 37°F (3°C) although the weather is Ireland is hugely unpredictable. Large variations in temperature should therefore be expected so it’s best to pack both warm and cool clothing in the summer and wet weather gear for the winter.Sales Tax: 23%
Before you start planning your trip, here’s everything you’ll need to know when flying to Dublin from Canada.
Travelling from Canada to Dublin takes around 8 hours depending on where in Canada you’re flying from.
Canadian citizens do not need a visa to gain entry into the Republic of Ireland as long as they hold a Canadian passport.
The following airlines currently offer direct flights from Canada to Dublin:
- Air Canada
- Aer Lingus
- Air Transat
Dublin Airport is the main airport serving Dublin and the surrounding area. Located in Collinstown, Fingal, it’s situated approximately 10km (6.2 miles) north of the city itself. Taxis and public buses into the city centre can be found outside the arrivals terminal. The journey time is around 40 minutes depending on traffic.
Make the most of your time in Dublin using our list of the ten main things to see whilst you’re there:
- Guinness Storehouse
- Little Museum of Dublin
- Newman University Church
- Croke Park
- Ha’ Penny Bridge
- Temple Bar
- Painted Doors
- National Gallery
- Trinity College
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