Flights to Ireland

A trip to Ireland

The timeless beauty of Ireland offers you stunning scenery, breath-taking architecture, age-old traditions and life-changing experiences. Whether you are looking for an unforgettable family holiday, a romantic rendezvous or solitary travel, Ireland is sure to leave an indelible imprint on your heart.

No airlines flying direct from India to Ireland. Other airlines flying to Ireland are British Airways, United, Swiss, Emirates, KLM, Air Canada, Etihad Airways, Air France, Finnair, Jet Airways, Turkish Airlines, Lufthansa, Ethiopian Airlines.

How to find cheap flights to Ireland?

Skyscanner is a popular travel search engine that provides you with the best flights to Ireland at cheap prices. By comparing flight schedules and prices offered by all major airlines, you can choose the one that suits you best.

  • In order to get regular updates regarding air fares and change/discount in ticket costs, subscribe to the price alert tool provided by Skyscanner. You will receive regular notifications in your email.
  • Find out the cheapest the month to travel to Ireland with the help of the month view tool and plan your vacation according to your budget.

Which city is cheap to fly to in Ireland?

Go to the countries section on Skyscanner homepage and select Ireland. You will be redirected to a page that gives a brief introduction to Ireland and lists out the air fares to the major cities.

Domestic travel between cities

  • The most popular means of getting around in Ireland is by car. You can use a hired taxi or rented car and explore the countryside at your leisure.
  • Campervan is an exotic means by which you can travel around in Ireland. Most local villages and towns have a special ground allotted for caravanners where you can stay for a while as you take in the local sights.
  • Intercity travel in Ireland is also made much easier by trains. However, it is advisable that you book your tickets in advance since there is a high chance of the trains being full during major sporting events.
  • Ireland also has an extensive network of intercity buses that make exploring even remote towns and villages very convenient.

Things to do in Ireland

There is a lot to see and do as you marvel at the old-world charm of this small country. Dublin, the capital city, has charms manifold and mysteries abundant to unravel. With a history spanning more than a thousand years, with the charisma of castles and the pub culture of the Irish, it is one of the classiest cities in Europe. Newgrange and Giant’s Causeway are perfect locations to travel through the pages of history. If you are a fan of ‘Game of Thrones’ you will never be tired of visiting the many ancient castles dotting the landscape of Ireland. The Cliffs of Moher and Connemara are two places designed you soothe your soul as you gaze at the natural beauty found here.

Before you fly to Ireland

Visa for Indians flying to Ireland

Ireland visas can be applied for online. But the supporting documents and biometric information will need to be submitted through VFS application centres or directly at the Embassy of Ireland in New Delhi.

Best time to visit Ireland

April to August is the best time to explore Ireland. However, even though these months are reputed to be the sunniest in the year, it is best to come prepared for wet weather since rain is nearly unavoidable while in Ireland.

Time and weather difference between India and Ireland

India is 4 hours and 30 minutes ahead of the Irish time zone. While in Ireland, it is considered the norm to experience four different kinds of weather in a single day. The country has a mild oceanic climate, with rain being a daily constant. The temperature in summer does not often exceed 25 ⁰C and in winter, it hovers around 4 ⁰C to 7 ⁰C.

Currency and exchange rates between India and Ireland

The currency of Ireland is Euro. 1 Euro is equal to 73 Indian Rupees. Although credit cards are widely accepted, some small shops and cafes only deal in cash.

Culture and important information to know before you fly to Ireland

The culture of Ireland is influenced a lot by Gaelic, English, Anglo-Norman and Scottish cultures. Irish culture has a global influence, notable in the many Irish traditions and festivals that people all over the world have adopted as their own. Among these, St. Patrick’s Day and Halloween are perhaps the most popular. Customs, traditions, folklore, cuisine and sports all play a pivotal role in shaping the unique culture of the Irish. Pagan traditions still have a stronghold in the Irish society and are celebrated with great fervour.

  • Do not try to imitate the Irish accent in front of the locals.
  • Do not turn down an offer of tea at a local’s house since this is considered as rude.

NOTE: All the above information is correct as of 13th October 2016.

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