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Flights to Dublin from Jersey & Southampton

From 27 March 2022

Dublin is the small capital with the huge reputation. Discover an iconic city bursting at the seams with a unique mix of past, present and future. From beautifully preserved castles and one of the oldest universities in Europe to meticulously curated museums to parks, pubs, Guinness and Irish humour, Dublin certainly lives up to its reputation.

Whether you’re visiting Dublin for a fleeting 24-hours or lucky enough to stay for an extended break, there’s plenty to explore in Ireland’s charismatic capital…

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Dublin Fact Finder

Where is Dublin?

On the east coast, Dublin is the largest and the capital city of Ireland.

What is Dublin famous for?

Phoenix Park, Trinity College, Guinness and the 'craic'.

How to get around Dublin

Coastal train, public bus network, tram system and bicycle hire are great ways to explore Dublin.

Places to visit in Dublin?

Visit the Guinness Storehouse experience, drink in Temple Bar and Grafton Street and explore the city centre.

What's close to Dublin?

Giant's Causeway, Cliffs of Moher, Blarney Castle and the Ring of Kerry and just some of the places to visit near Dublin.

What currency is used in Dublin?

The official currency of the Republic of Ireland is the Euro.

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