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Rest on vacation - Dublin

Cidade do país - Irlanda

Temperatura média a noite: +4 - +9°C

Temperatura média a dia: +4 - +22°C

Classificação da cidade:

Custo de descanso:300 - 1200

Dublin



How to get


The easiest way to get to Dublin and Ireland in General is by plane. It is both simple and relatively cheap if you buy a ticket in advance. You can also arrive by water, but this route will entail a greater number of additional costs, so the choice is up to you. And, of course, if you are not afraid of long trips by car, you can get to Ireland by car.

How to get


The easiest way to get to Dublin and Ireland in General is by plane. It is both simple and relatively cheap if you buy a ticket in advance. You can also arrive by water, but this route will entail a greater number of additional costs, so the choice is up to you. And, of course, if you are not afraid of long trips by car, you can get to Ireland by car.


How to get to the city center


The city center can be reached from the airport by bus companies such as Airlink, CityScape and AirCoach. On average, it takes 35-50 minutes to get to the city center, and buses stop every 15-20 minutes. The stop is very easy to find — it is located to the left of the exit from Terminal 1, just a few meters away.

Bus routes of different companies do not differ much — all of them make stops near the main hotels and attractions of the city, and the price for a one-way ticket will average from 5 to 10 EUR.

In addition, you can also get to the city by taxi: it will be more expensive, the average price per trip will be 23-26 EUR, but it is easier and less troublesome. The taxi rank is right at the exit from the airport, and I always managed to find a free car in a little less than a minute.

Ferry


You can also get to Dublin by ferry, but either from the UK or France. A ferry ticket will cost 140-180 EUR depending on the class and route chosen.

There are several water routes from the UK: from the small English town of Holyhead to Dublin and from Pembroke to Rosslare strand (a small settlement in the Irish County of Wexford with a population of only 1,500), from where you can get to Dublin either by train, car, or bus.
From France, the ferry departs from Cherbourg-Octeville and can take you either directly to the port of Dublin or to the city of Rosslare strand. The ticket price in both cases will average 95 EUR.

When is the season? When is the best time to go


In Ireland, there is no seasonal holiday as such, so when to go to Dublin is a matter of taste and weather preferences. Tourists are about the same number at any time of the year, except, of course, in March, when people from all over the world come to the capital of Ireland to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, in the heart of the “Green island”.

The seventeenth of March in Dublin is a completely unique and inimitable event, which I will describe in more detail later, but now I will only note that I have never seen such a Grand and widespread celebration anywhere.

My advice: try to plan your trip so that you will be in Dublin on St. Patrick's Day, if you don't have any other preferences.

In addition, the weather in March is already quite comfortable — an average of 10 degrees. This will not spoil the impression of staying in the city and you can, for example, spend the whole day on your feet walking and not chattering your teeth from the cold.

The pricing policy of hotels and hostels does not differ by season — the only exception is St. Patrick's Day. At this time, it is better to book the hotel much in advance and immediately take into account that the prices may be slightly higher than at any other time of the year.скачать dle 11.0фильмы бесплатно

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