CHEAP FLIGHTS TO Ireland

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How much do things cost in Ireland?
Local cheese (1kg) $12.50
Tomato (1kg) $3.59
Imported beer at restaurant $6.22
Coke bottle $2.09
Water bottle (1.5 liter) $1.92
Mid-range restaurant $69.09
Oranges (1kg) $3.13
Potato (1kg) $2.36
1 Pair of Jeans $94.05
One-way ticket (local transport) $3.11
* All price are converted to USD

About Ireland

Ireland is a small country with a huge reputation. It is renowned not only for its natural beauty, but also for the friendliness of its people. It might be a little difficult for the newcomer to understand them completely, but you won’t fail to realise that these are a big hearted people always looking to make those who travel to Ireland.

The picture postcard image of Ireland is definitely something that really exists. In many ways this is a country untouched and the peninsulas of the southwest, the dramatic wildness of Donegal, the thatched-roofed village pub are all real live experiences waiting for this visitor to this Emerald Isle.

Flighthub offer the cheapest flights to Ireland and a direct route into one of the world’s most historically rich countries. In every corner there is some impressive reminder of just how ancient and culturally significant this place is, but also of how the present day is equally vibrant and active. From the ruins of its monastic past in Glendalough and Clonmannoise to a black cab tour of West Belfast, or the political murals in Derry, Ireland is a place where the pulse of history and often struggle run all aspects of daily life.

A hundred thousand welcome is what you will receive in Ireland, or say the saying goes, and it is perhaps apt that this is so considering just how much there is for the visitor to meet here.

Cheap flights to Ireland will invariably take you into perhaps its most famous city, Dublin. For a city whose boundaries harbour almost a quarter of the country’s total population it is not surprising that it is here where you will see a more cosmopolitan side to life than you will find in the rural backwaters. This is a city highly proud of the culture it has given to the world through its people and those who travel to Ireland can see one of the earliest and most famous examples of this in Tirinity College where the Book Of Kells museum is open to the public. James Joyce, Beckett and Wilde are also sons of Dublin so it is also not surprising that the Dubliners are known for their caustic wit. Aside from culture the Irish love to enjoy themselves. The visitor can take a tour of the world famous Guinness factory and then head off down to the city centre for a few more tipples and maybe an Irish jig!

The Giant’s Causeway is another sight that must be taken in. With Ireland being so geographically small there is no excuse not to pay a visit to this natural rocky freak of nature.

With cheap flights to Ireland being available on internal flights, a visit to Donegal can be easily arranged, and it is one that should not be missed out on. This is the true picture postcard image of Ireland and boasts some of the most beautiful wild nature in the world. This ragged beautiful part of the world feels so isolated from the rest of Ireland that you could almost believe you were in a different country all together. Here you can savour Europe’s highest sea cliffs at Slieve League, or experience the hills, surf, and forests of Dunfanaghy, but wherever you go in this real Ireland, you could get lost for weeks or days and walk away still longing for more.

With cheap flights to Ireland never having been more widely available it is the perfect time to finally pay a visit to this wondrous land. Find the four leaf clover, look for a leprechaun, or simply take a few minutes to sit back and enjoy a raw natural beauty that is hard to match in any other place in the world. Ireland truly is a dream.

Information about travelling to Ireland

  • Languages of Ireland
    English (official
    the language generally used)
    Irish (official
    spoken mainly in areas along the western coast)
  • Ethnic groups of Ireland
    Irish 84.5%
    other white 9.8%
    Asian 1.9%
    black 1.4%
    mixed and other 0.9%
    unspecified 1.6%
  • Sex ratio of Ireland
    1 male/female
  • Religions of Ireland
    Roman Catholic 84.7%
    Church of Ireland 2.7%
    other Christian 2.7%
    Muslim 1.1%
    other 1.7%
    unspecified 1.5%
    none 5.7%
  • Cellphone owners in Ireland
    4.906 million (114th)
  • Industries of Ireland
    pharmaceuticals
    chemicals
    computer hardware and software
    food products
    beverages and brewing; medical devices