Book Cheap Flights from New York City to Dublin
Flights from New York City to Dublin
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Airports in New York City
New York City is served by three airports - John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), LaGuardia Airport (LGA) and Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR). John F. Kennedy International Airport (also known as Kennedy Airport or JFK) is the primary airport serving New York metropolitan area and the busiest international airways gateway into North America. It is located in Queens, New York. The airport provides scheduled domestic and international flights, the latter connecting the city to all major parts of the world. Travelers can avail seamless connectivity to and from the airport through a train network (offered by New York City Subway and Long Island Rail Road), by airport shuttle buses, city buses, yellow cabs or taxis and private vehicles.
The Newark Liberty International Airport is the primary airport serving the U.S. state of New Jersey and is located 15 miles away from New York City. LaGuardia Airport serves New York Metropolitan Area and is the busiest airport in the United States without any non-stop service to Europe.
Dublin is the capital city of Ireland. Its Irish name is Baile Átha Cliath that means the ‘Town of the Hurdled Ford.’ Straddling on River Liffey, the city is an epicenter of a vibrant nightlife and tourist attractions. Dublin was once a center of British Empire and is full of a stellar range of Gregorian architectural marvels. The city has played home to noted authors like WB Yeats, GB Shaw, Oscar Wilde and Bram Stoker (the author of Dracula). Two-star highlights in the city are the 13th century classic Dublin Castle and a late 12th century St Patrick’s Cathedral.
Things to do in Dublin
Dublinia is a living history museum in Dublin. It focuses on the famed Viking era and troubled Medieval Irish history. Located in Christ Church Cathedral, it is home to a remarkable recreation of Viking and Medieval era buildings and wows its visitors with a routine reenactment of Vikings and Medieval Dubliners in period costume.
Ard-Mhusaem na heireann - Seandalaiocht (or National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology)
The National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology, a branch of the National Museum of Ireland, focuses on prehistoric Ireland. Some highlights here include artifacts dating back to the Viking and Medieval periods and other artifacts collected from Ancient Egypt and Roman civilizations.
An Tur Solais (or Spire of Dublin)
The Spire of Dublin (also called the Monument of Light) is 120-meter high stainless-steel monument built in the form of a pin. It was nominated for the Mies Van der Rohe Prize for its futuristic architecture in 2005. It is best to visit here in the evening when its top is beautifully lit up with 11884 holes through which light-emitting diodes shine.
Best Time to Fly to Dublin
The best time to fly to Dublin is the summer season from June to August. it is warm and sunny, and visitors get to enjoy Dublin Irish Festival in July-August.