Travelers are drawn to the Green Isle for a number of reasons – the active energy of Dublin, the stunning, striking Cliffs of Mohr and the hills that gave the country its nickname are just a few. With more annual visitors than residents, Ireland is an easy country to get to from both North America and elsewhere in Europe, often with very few or no stops!
Aer Lingus is the national airline, although other low-cost budget European airlines like Ryanair, easyJet and a number of others fly to and from the area. Aer Lingus will sometimes match or beat these carriers, as well.
Top attractions in Ireland include Dublin’s Guinness Factory and Book of Kells, the Blarney Stone, Waterford Crystal and pastoral countryside. For more information on Ireland, check out check out BootsnAll’s Ireland Travel Guide.
For cheaper tickets to Ireland, consider the following:
- Fly into the United Kingdom, and catch a connecting flight on one of Europe’s budget carriers.
- Travel overland via bus or train from N. Ireland.
- Depart on midweek low-volume travel days.
Deals on Ireland one-way & round-trip departures: