Discover the best of Dublin

Bridge over a river in Dublin at sunset

Welcome to Dublin, a city that’s as intimate as a village and as friendly as an Irish pub. Framed by mountains, centred on a river and edged by a beautiful bay, the city’s streets and alleys are filled with vibrant art and historic buildings, hip cafés and traditional pubs. Walk the streets and you’ll feel the energy of over 1,000 years of history, as echoes of the Vikings mix with buzzing boutiques, cobbled streets reverberate with the sounds of buskers, and 18th century parks play host to festivals, film and food markets. 

Dublin is a resoundingly social place, packed with culture, creativity and craic (fun). You’ll see it in the busy pubs, in the rolling nightlife scene, in the music and in the chat. But this ancient gem basks in natural beauty, too. Head out beyond the city, and the UNESCO Biosphere of Dublin Bay opens up with coastal walks, little villages, wide sea views and rugged mountain backdrops. Take to the Dublin mountains for a hike, go rock-climbing in Dalkey Quarry, walk the cliff path at Howth or join the Dublin hardcore who sea-swim whatever the weather. There’s an adventure around every corner.

Enjoy non-stop flights to Dublin from: 

• Toronto (seasonal flights ending October 13, 2024)
• Calgary (seasonal flights ending October 27, 2024)
• Halifax (seasonal flights ending October 13, 2024)

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Uncover the island 

On Dublin’s doorstep, enter into Ireland’s Ancient East and discover ancient monuments dating back 5,000 years – older than Stonehenge or the pyramids of Giza. Venture west to the iconic Wild Atlantic Way, the worlds longest defined coastal driving route, with its deeply indented and wild terrain emerging with towering cliffs, spellbinding bays and beaches and mystical islands. Here you can stand on the edge of Western Europe at the iconic Cliffs of Moher, or visit bohemian cities like Galway and colourful, picturesque towns of Doolin and Kinsale. Go north and discover epic sights and world-class experiences such as the Giant’s Causeway and the UNESCO Heritage of Music City of Belfast in Northern Ireland. Ireland may be a small island – but here you will find everything from warm, welcoming people and showstopping sights to the quiet moments that will stay with you forever. Fill Your Heart with Ireland.

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