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    Ireland 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.)

    Auckland (AKL) to Dublin (DUB)

    Depart on 31/10/2019,
    Return on 14/11/2019
    fromNZD1,855

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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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    Itinerary
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    Auckland (AKL)
    to Dublin (DUB)
    Round trip
    02/06/2020 - 17/06/2020
    NZD1,536
    Auckland (AKL)
    to Dublin (DUB)
    Round trip
    18/09/2020 - 08/10/2020
    NZD1,537
    Auckland (AKL)
    to Dublin (DUB)
    Round trip
    15/09/2020 - 30/09/2020
    NZD1,607
    Auckland (AKL)
    to Dublin (DUB)
    Round trip
    17/09/2020 - 07/10/2020
    NZD1,625
    Auckland (AKL)
    to Dublin (DUB)
    Round trip
    20/02/2020 - 28/02/2020
    NZD1,805
    Auckland (AKL)
    to Dublin (DUB)
    Round trip
    31/10/2019 - 14/11/2019
    NZD1,855
    Auckland (AKL)
    to Dublin (DUB)
    Round trip
    03/04/2020 - 17/04/2020
    NZD1,866
    Auckland (AKL)
    to Dublin (DUB)
    Round trip
    17/07/2020 - 29/07/2020
    NZD1,985
    Auckland (AKL)
    to Dublin (DUB)
    Round trip
    08/11/2019 - 22/11/2019
    NZD2,106
    Auckland (AKL)
    to Dublin (DUB)
    Round trip
    26/06/2020 - 16/07/2020
    NZD2,270
    Book Flights to Ireland with Cathay  Pacific from NZD 1,855

    Visit Ireland

    A visit to Ireland promises gorgeous green landscapes, charming cities and towns with vibrant traditions, and an array of castles, churches, and historic sites.

    Top Experiences in Ireland

    Dublin, the Irish capital, is a small city on the River Liffey that packs in a lot of culture. Explore its architectural and historical gems, such as the impressive St. Patrick’s and Christ Church Cathedrals, Kilmainham Gaol, a former prison turned museum, and Trinity College, Ireland’s oldest university. Families can make fun-filled memories at the Dublin Zoo and Dublinia, an interactive Viking and Medieval history museum. Adults can discover the best pubs and restaurants at the riverside neighbourhood of Temple Bar or tour the Guinness Storehouse and Old Jameson Distillery to taste Dublin’s most famous beer and whiskey.

    Beyond Dublin

    Traditional culture is alive in small cities and bustling towns across Ireland. Cork, in the south, is known for St. Finbarr’s Cathedral, Shandon Church, and the Lewis Glucksman Gallery. The famous Blarney Stone, offering the gift of gab, is nearby. On the west coast, experience the natural wonders of the Cliffs of Moher and the Ring of Kerry. Further north, Galway is a bustling city, with plenty of castles and ruins to visit.