Cheap Flights to Ireland

The sovereign state of the Republic of Ireland is part of the British Isles island group located in the North Atlantic and separated from Great Britain by the North Channel, the Irish Sea and St Georges Channel. Ireland occupies around five-sixths of the island, having only one land border with Northern Ireland, part of the United Kingdom.

cheap-flights-to-irelandIreland is a spectacular landscape of valleys, beaches, craggy mountains, lakes, rivers and moors with an abundance of olden castles and idyllic country cottages. Visitors have a wonderful wealth of history, natural beauty and modernity in Ireland. Dublin in the eastern part is its capital and largest city and, when cheap flights to Ireland are on offer, sees a large influx of tourists.

Ireland has ten airports, 19 aerodromes, 12 other airfields and two military airbases. Dublin Airport is the busiest with airlines flying from South Africa that include South African Airways, Emirates, KLM, Air France, Etihad, British Airways and Ethiopian Airlines.

Located on the east coast of Ireland at the mouth of the River Liffey, Dublin has a super range of luxury and affordable hotels ranging from 1 to 5-Star with 156 3-Star hotels, B&Bs, apartments and for low-budget travellers, backpackers starting from $12 or hostels, of which many offer breakfast, free wi-fi, free city walking tours and en-suite rooms. The city has an exuberant nightlife of clubs and pubs including restaurants offering cuisines from around the world. Visitors should check the menu for service charges as only tables of six or more should incur this fee.

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Cheapest One-Way Flights To Dublin, Ireland

Route Airline Price Trip dates Search date
Flights from Johannesburg to Dublin Ethiopian Airlines R3 459 21 Feb 13 Nov 06:10
Flights from Johannesburg to Dublin Ethiopian Airlines R3 514 19 Nov 9 Nov 06:10
Flights from Cape Town to Dublin Ethiopian Airlines R4 049 13 Jun 31 Oct 06:10
Flights from Durban to Dublin Turkish Airlines R4 084 18 Nov 19 Oct 06:10
Flights from Cape Town to Dublin Kenya Airways R4 109 8 Feb 9 Nov 06:10
Prices based on live searches up till 13 Nov 00:00 and are subject to change.


Cheapest One-Way Flights To Dublin, Ireland

Route Airline Price Trip dates Search date
Flights from Johannesburg to Dublin Ethiopian Airlines R6 919 21 Feb 13 Nov 06:10
Flights from Cape Town to Dublin Ethiopian Airlines R8 099 13 Jun 31 Oct 06:10
Flights from Cape Town to Dublin Kenya Airways R8 219 8 Feb 9 Nov 06:10
Flights from Durban to Dublin Turkish Airlines R8 559 26 Nov 25 Oct 06:10
Flights from Durban to Dublin British Airways R9 069 27 Jan 12 Nov 06:10
Prices based on live searches up till 13 Nov 00:00 and are subject to change.


Cheapest One-Way Flights To Cork, Ireland

Route Airline Price Trip dates Search date
Flights from Johannesburg to Cork Virgin Atlantic R4 129 7 Feb 12 Nov 06:10
Flights from Cape Town to Cork KLM R4 639 12 Feb 9 Nov 06:10
Flights from Cape Town to Cork Aer Lingus R5 089 3 Feb 14 Nov 03:27
Flights from Johannesburg to Cork Air Frace R5 099 28 Nov 25 Oct 06:11
Flights from Johannesburg to Cork KLM R5 129 31 Mar 22 Oct 06:10
Prices based on live searches up till 13 Nov 00:00 and are subject to change.


Cheapest Return Flights To Cork, Ireland

Route Airline Price Trip dates Search date
Flights from Johannesburg to Cork Virgin Atlantic R8 259 7 Feb 12 Nov 06:10
Flights from Cape Town to Cork KLM R9 279 12 Feb 9 Nov 06:10
Flights from Johannesburg to Cork Air Frace R10 199 28 Nov 25 Oct 06:11
Flights from Johannesburg to Cork KLM R10 259 31 Mar 22 Oct 06:10
Flights from Cape Town to Cork Air Frace R10 549 25 Jan 14 Nov 03:27
Prices based on live searches up till 13 Nov 00:00 and are subject to change.


Dublin Airport, Dublin, Ireland

Dublin Airport, Dublin, Ireland

Donegal Airport, Ireland

Donegal Airport (CFN), Carrickfinn, Kincasslagh, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal, Ireland

Cork Airport, Ireland

Cork Airport, Kinsale Road, Cork, Ireland

 

Weather In Dublin

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Irelands climate
Being near to the Atlantic Ocean with the presence of the Gulf Stream, Ireland has a temperate maritime climate with anticipated rainfall all year, warm summers with the odd heat wave, mild spring and autumn seasons but cold winters that average temperatures around 0°C.

When to fly to Ireland
High Season from June to August has long days with temperatures reaching mid to high 60°F but accommodation and airfares are much costlier.

Low Season during September to May is windy and rainy with accommodation and airfares more affordable.

Getting around Ireland
Irelands main bus service is Bus Éireann but there also private bus companies that vie favourably with Bus Éireann especially where the national bus service is irregular. Visitors can book their Bus Éireann journey online and booking early presents a lower fare. Visitors will find The National Journey Planner app from Transport for Ireland extremely helpful for bus and train travel and should also consider rail-and-bus-and-rail passes such as the Irish Explorer that offers five days unlimited Irish Rail travel out of 15 consecutive days costing €160 for an adult and €80 for a child.

Taxis can be expensive but are ideal for short trips within the city.

Offshore islands are well served by boat with ferries operating across rivers and inlets making useful shortcuts for cyclists.

For independence and flexibility, travelling by vehicle or motor cycle is the best option. Rental vehicles can be hired from Hertz, Europcar, Thrifty, Avis and many others. An extensive road system and network of motorways shortens driving time considerably but be aware that many secondary roads are narrow and sometimes risky.

Ireland – insider information

  • Visit or enjoy a concert for New Year at the Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin’s oldest building, a place of pilgrimage for almost 1,000 years.
  • Be one of 300,000 annual visitors to the Old Jameson Distillery in Dublin, experience tales of John Jameson and Sons history, the atmosphere and best of all, the taste.
  • For a better understanding of Irelands history with respect to resisting British rule, a must is a tour of the former Kilmainham Gaol prison in Kilmainham, also the largest unoccupied building of its kind in Europe. Grey and ominous, it was built between 1792 and 1795, carried out a number of executions and was home to numerous prominent leaders of the uprising.
  • Seat of the UKs governments administration in Ireland until 1922 is the 13th century Dublin Castle, founded in 1191, well worth a visit.
  • Trinity College in Dublin was founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth, go back in time walking along cobbled quads and beautifully kept lawns.
  • Muckross House located on the Muckross Peninsula, is a sight to be seen! Opening in 1843, this attraction offers an array of events besides a garden restaurant, research library and craft shop.
  • The National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology is well worth visiting.
  • A gardener’s paradise is the Powerscourt Estate in County Wicklow covering over 19ha, voted No. 3 Garden in the World by National Geographic and home to Irelands highest waterfall, a superb golf course and includes numerous events all year round.
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