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The Irish are world famous for their beer, in particular Guinness a brew that was founded in Dublin in 1759. Naturally the Guinness Storehouse is arguably Dublin's most popular tourist attraction. With seven-stories of beer glory, it's been visited by over four million visitors since it opened in 2000. At the storehouse you will not only learn all about the history of Guinnes, but can interact with the various exhibitions and of course, enjoy a local brew at the Gravity Bar which boasts fantastic views of Dublin.
For an authentic Irish cultural experience (with a beer or two), why not enjoy a traditional meal at Dublin's oldest pub, The Brazen Head (dating back to 1198). Here you can relax and be transported back in time with some of Ireland's best storytellers and musicians.
Alternatively, if you're interested in learning about some of the most heroic and tragic events in Ireland's history, the Kilmainham Gaol (built in 1792) is the place for you. The gaol is Ireland's most famous former prison and has been converted into a museum. You can take a tour of the gaol and learn about its famous (and infamous) former prisoners. A highlight of the tour is the art gallery on the top floor where you can view an exhibition that features paintings, sculptures and jewellery of ex-prisoners.
Dublin Airport (DUB)
Flights from Australia to Dublin will disembark at Dublin Airport.
Dublin Airport (DUB) is the international airport of Ireland's capital, and the busiest airport in the country. The airport also runs domestic services as well as a large number of short and medium haul services including 40 trips to London per day.
Airport Accommodation: There are a number of hotels located in close proximity to Dublin Airport. Book your Dublin Airport accommodation.
Getting to Dublin
There are many airlines that offer flights to Dublin from Australia that involve a stopover in a third destination. Flights from Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne via Dubai or Abu Dhabi take between 25 and 29 hours depending on the stopover. Flights from Perth via Dubai take between 21 and 28 hours depending on the stopover.
Airlines that fly to Dublin
Airlines that offer cheap flights to Dublin from Australia include:
For more information on Dublin holidays check out our Dublin travel guide.
For flights to Dublin from Darwin, give our experienced travel consultants a call.