Cheap Flights From New York (JFK) To Dublin (DUB)

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Top flight deals to Dublin,Ireland,Dublin Airport (DUB)

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Origin Airport:- John F. Kennedy International Airport (Code-JFK)
Destination Airport:- Dublin Airport (Code-DUB)
Distance - 3,187 Miles (5129 km)
Duration - 6h 40m (Nonstop)
High Season - June to August
Low Season- November to February


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About Dublin

Dublin is a cosmopolitan city where you can see a variety of trendy restaurants, bars, and cafes. The city parks include the landscaped St Stephen's Green and the huge Dublin Zoo Phoenix Park. Ireland's National Museum explores Irish heritage and culture. Book cheap business class flights from New York to Dublin for an unforgettable journey to one of the most interesting cities in Europe!


Best Time to Fly to Dublin

Dublin is actually best visited in April or May when spring weather begins or in October before the genuinely cold weather returns. The weeks running up to Christmas (December 25th) and St. Patrick's Day (March 17th) are both wonderful times to visit the Irish capital to take in the festive mood. 

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Places to Visit in Dublin

Dublin, one of the most diverse cities in Europe, has enough art, culture, and personality to keep you busy for a month and still leave you seeking more. Despite its variety, Ireland's capital nonetheless has a charming small-town atmosphere.

1. Jameson Distillery Bow St
Jameson produces the world's most popular Irish whiskey and was established in 1780. Even if distillation is no longer done in this Bow Street structure, a sleek and engaging tour more than makes up for it.

2. Dublin Castle
Dublin Castle, which dates back to 1204, served as the center of British authority for more than 700 years. The castle suffered a fire in April 1684 that largely destroyed the building.

3. Christ Church Cathedral
A wooden Viking church was first built in 1030, and it is now a beautiful cathedral. Despite the addition of Romanesque and Gothic features throughout the next centuries

4. Ha’penny Bridge
The bridge was built at the Coalbrookdale Foundry in Shropshire, England, and over 85% of its original ornamental ironwork is still there.

5. The Teelings Distillery
Even in Scotland, Irish whiskey was formerly the most widely consumed alcoholic beverage. This changed when the Scots pioneered the Coffey-still manufacturing technique, which dramatically increased production.

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