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The Emerald Isle continues to attract visitors from across the world who come to explore the island’s rich history and stunning natural beauty.
Dublin is the most popular Irish destination, a modern and vibrant city with plenty to see and do, including the Guinness Storehouse, the home of the world famous stout, and Phoenix Park, known as “Dublin’s Playground”.
Aside from Dublin, Cork is another popular destination, known for its waterways which split the city centre up into a number of islands and the many gothic churches which can be seen around the city.
Outside of these major cities, you’ll find stories from Ireland’s rich history wherever you turn.
Particular highlights include Brú na Bóinne, a Neolithic site which dates back over 5,000 years and Blarney Castle, home to the famous Blarney Stone, which allegedly endows one with the ‘gift of the gab’ when kissed!
And if you’re a lover of the natural environment, you’ll be right at home in Ireland, with rugged countryside, rolling hills and lush forests, with plenty of opportunity for outdoor activities such as climbing, caving and hiking too.
Here at Globehunters, we offer cheap flights to Ireland on a number of different routes, with first and business class flights available too.
If you’re heading to Ireland, here are five things to know before you leave:Time Difference: UTC +0 hoursCurrency: Euro (€)Native Language: Irish & EnglishWeather: Average temperature of 64-65°C in the warmest months and 41-46°C in the coldestSales Tax: 23% on goods, 9%-13.5% on services, 0% on certain foods
Here’s everything you’ll need to know when flying to Ireland from the Mexico, such as flight times and entry requirements.
Flights from the MX to Ireland can take anywhere between ten hours from the West Coast and six from the East Coast.
Direct flights are available from a wide range of MX airports, such as Los Angeles, New York, Miami, Orlando and more.
While you need a valid passport, MX visitors don’t need a visa for tourism or business trips up to three months.
For more information, we recommend that you check the Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service website.
The following airlines all offer direct flights from the UK to Ireland:
- Aer Lingus
- American Airlines
- Delta Air Lines
- Norwegian Air Shuttle
- United Airlines
If you’re wondering what to see and do during your stay in Ireland, here are our top ten must-dos:
- Cliffs of Moher
- Guinness Storehouse
- Ring of Kerry
- Blarney Castle
- Bunratty Castle
- Kylemore Abbey
- Phoenix Park
- Rock of Cashel
- Powerscourt Estate
- Killarney National Park
So, if you’re heading to the Emerald Isle, be sure to check out our cheap flights to Ireland here at Globehunters, with first and business class flights available too.
Feel free to get in touch with one of our travel advisors if you have any further questions regarding your trip to Ireland!