The capital city of Ireland, Dublin is a medieval city which is steeped in history and culture. Dublin is famed for its lively nightlife, friendly locals, and great shopping, which has attracted tourists from all over the globe who want to experience all that this great city has to offer. Dublin Airport is the main hub of Ireland's flag carrier Aer Lingus, who often match the prices of low-cost carriers and are a good option for getting a cheap flight to Ireland. Ryanair is Ireland's second airline, and is the most successful low fares airline in Europe. The airline connects Dublin with a huge number of locations in Europe and has many possibilities of obtaining a cheap flight to the city as well as onwards flights to Madrid, Budapest and Paris to name but a few. Ryanair also has flight options to many regional airports in European countries, such as Nantes and Kaunas, making the city more accessible than ever before. It is said that Guinness tastes better in Ireland, and by visiting The Guinness Storehouse you can finally find out if the myth is true. The Storehouse is one of the city's most popular attractions, offering curious visitors a multimedia experience and a complimentary pint. Don't miss out on the on the Gravity Bar at the end of the tour, which has spectacular 360 degrees views of the city and the surrounding county. Another must for tourists is Trinity College, which is located directly in the heart of the city. The elegant landscaped gardens and ornate architecture of this charming University offer a welcome relief from the hustle and bustle of city life outside the walls. The historically significant Book of Kells can also be found within the University, and there are guided tours available for those interested in Trinity's rich history.
Once your flight to Dublin has landed there are numerous options for onward travel to the city and beyond. For example there are currently three different bus services offering rival services to the city centre. Buses leave from outside both terminal buildings every 10 minutes or so, and the different companies offer very competitive prices for a return ticket. Following your flight there are also a large number of taxis departing from outside the airport. A taxi journey can cost anything between 20 and 30 euro depending on the level of traffic between the airport and city. A taxi can be quite a cost effective method of travel if you have a group of three or four people.