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    Dublin airfare

    Best fares on flights found by others in the last 48 hours. (Please note that some fares may only apply when there are multiple travellers.)

    Tokyo (HND) to Dublin (DUB)

    Depart on 26/10/2019,
    Return on 02/11/2019
    fromJPY499,910

    Fukuoka (FUK) to Dublin (DUB)

    Depart on 13/01/2020,
    Return on 31/01/2020
    fromJPY769,310

    Sapporo (CTS) to Dublin (DUB)

    Depart on 14/11/2019,
    Return on 28/11/2019
    fromJPY860,300

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    Best fares on flights found by others in the last 48 hours. (Please note that some fares may only apply when there are multiple travellers.)

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    Osaka (KIX)
    to Dublin (DUB)
    Round trip
    19/10/2019 - 26/10/2019
    JPY89,610
    Sapporo (CTS)
    to Dublin (DUB)
    Round trip
    14/11/2019 - 28/11/2019
    JPY860,300
    Fukuoka (FUK)
    to Dublin (DUB)
    Round trip
    26/01/2020 - 02/02/2020
    JPY766,810
    Nagoya (NGO)
    to Dublin (DUB)
    Round trip
    02/02/2020 - 08/02/2020
    JPY809,800
    Osaka (KIX)
    to Dublin (DUB)
    Round trip
    14/08/2020 - 20/08/2020
    JPY366,750
    Tokyo (HND)
    to Dublin (DUB)
    Round trip
    16/09/2020 - 21/09/2020
    JPY92,850
    Book & Compare Flights to Dublin (DUB) with Cathay Pacific from JPY 499,910

    Interesting facts about Dublin

    The bustling capital of Ireland, Dublin is a centuries-old city with a modern, urbane appeal. Explore ancient traditions, sip the local spirits and enjoy a bit of craic (crack in Irish English), and take in the natural beauty of the Irish Sea and the nearby Wicklow Mountains.

    Highlights of Dublin

    Admire the two splendid landmarks of Dublin – the St. Patrick’s Cathedral and Christ Church – and set foot in the mysterious St. Michan’s Church, in which the crypt houses graves of outlaws and an 800-year-old mummy. Stroll through the cobbled squares of Trinity College, Ireland’s oldest university, before visiting the Long Room within the Old Library. This elegant room consists of wood-panelled walls and floor to ceiling bookcases filled with over 200,000 books – a truly impressive sight. Children can have fun and learn about the city’s past at Dublinia, an interactive museum dedicated to Viking and medieval culture. For adults, the Guinness Storehouse and Old Jameson Distillery are among the top spots to visit. Other interesting places include Phoenix Park and Ha’penny Bridge, an iconic cast iron pedestrian bridge. As evening falls, visit Temple Bar for your pick of restaurants, pubs and a sample of the local nightlife.

    Transport in Dublin

    Walking around the city centre is fairly easy, and numerous bus services connect the city with the suburbs. The Luas light-rail system has a few lines in the city too, stopping near many places of interest, business, and residential areas. If using public transport is your main way to explore the city, opt for the Leap Visitor Card for unlimited bus, rail and tram rides for one, three or seven days. Otherwise, taxis are plentiful.

    Weather in Dublin

    Generated by: OpenWeatherMap.org
    7 °CSunday13/10/2019
    13 °CMonday14/10/2019
    13 °CTuesday15/10/2019
    11 °CWednesday16/10/2019
    11 °CThursday17/10/2019
    11 °CFriday18/10/2019
    12 °CSaturday19/10/2019