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The Emerald Isle of Ireland is myth made real. Tales of faerie queens and old Vikings still swirl about the stout-sloshing taverns in towns like Cork and Killarney, while the ghosts of Gaelic warriors are time-honored at the Neolithic megaliths of County Meath. You've got primeval landscapes to wonder at – drives around the Ring of Kerry or the gryke-slashed Wicklow Mountains showcase salt-cracked shorelines and rainy summits. What's more, hospitality reaches new heights in Dublin's foot-stomping pubs and the country's B&Bs, so you'll be made to feel welcome the moment you step off the plane. Talking of planes, cheap flights to Ireland from Australia can be had with just a single stopover when leaving from major hubs like Sydney and Melbourne.
Mountains, coves, craggy cliffs, and islands that jut jagged from the Atlantic are just some of the awesome things you can see when driving the Ring of Kerry.
Don't miss a night out in Dublin. Famed for its stout ales, its whiskey and rollicking live-music pubs, it's one to remember (or perhaps not!).
Granite peaks clad in heath and grasses rise and fall throughout the Wicklow Mountains National Park, while quaint B&Bs await walkers in the valley bottoms.
Right now, the most affordable time of year to travel to Ireland is March/2020. August/2020 is the most expensive time to fly to Ireland.
No airlines fly direct to Ireland from Australia.
The cheapest airline that flies from Australia to Ireland is Etihad Airways.
The best airline to fly to Ireland from Australia is Qatar Airways. The best budget airline is WestJet.