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Reasons to Book Cheap Ireland Flights

Ireland features mild and temperate climate and one can visit the country anytime in a year. However, weather-wise, the best time to visit Ireland is in the months of March to May and September to November. During these periods, the weather isn't much cold and thus becomes excellent for sightseeing. The months of June, July, and August experience the warmest climate in comparison to other months.

Popular Destinations in Ireland

Dublin

The capital and the largest city of Ireland, Dublin is located in the Leinster province on the east coast of the country, at the mouth of the Liffey River. In the city, there are several monuments boasting Georgian architecture and picturesque parks holding the testament to the legacy of Ireland. Dublin has been a motherland to a number of literary figures such as Joyce, Wilde, Shaw, Beckett, and Yeats. The transport system in the city is highly convenient thus making it an easy task for the tourists to explore the nooks and corners here. Some of the major tourist attractions in the city are Trinity College, the Little Museum of Dublin, and the national Gallery of Ireland.

Shannon

Named after the Shannon River near which it stands, Shannon is a beautiful town located in Irish County Clare. This town offers tourists with leisure facilities at its leisure centre, river walks and trails, golfing facilities, plenty of shopping opportunities, as well as top-notch bars and restaurants. Tourist attractions in the city also include spots with stunning natural beauty and affluent history. Some of the major tourist attractions in Shannon are Bunratty Castle, Cliffs of Moher, and Shannon Estuary.

Cork

Cork is an Irish city located in the province of Munster. This city is situated on the River Lee dividing into two channels at the western end of the city. Connected to the sea by Cork Harbor, Cork is developing remarkably in terms of tourism as it boasts a plethora of tourist attractions serving equally to history buffs, shopaholics, and more. Some of the major tourist attractions in Cork are English Market, St. Finn Barre's cathedral, and Crawford Art Gallery.

Cat laughs Comedy Festival

Celebrated from 2nd to 6th of June in the city of Kilkenny, Cat laughs Comedy Festival is an acclaimed comedy festival showcasing the very best in Irish and international comedy acts. The festival blends famous comic stars as well as newcomers and break-through acts.

Cork Jazz Festival

Taking place in late October in the city of Cork, Cork Jazz Festival is one of the flagship arts and cultural events in the country. The festival includes jazz and jazz related programs in over 90 venues in the city. Popular as the best jazz festival in Europe, Cork Jazz Festival also includes street entertainment, lectures, workshops, a jazz choir, and more.

Dublin Writers' Week

Boasting an array of top international literary talents, Dublin Writers' Week gathers a number of globally-known writers to discuss, provoke, and delight their audiences. It is the best annual literary event in the country.