) it can be much more affordable than a Dublin hotel, so check out Dublin airbnb listings as well.
Dublin reminded me a lot of London, with gorgeous stone architecture, local pubs on every other corner and green spaces.
Don’t miss these fun things to do in Dublin: Even in “low season” in mid to late October, all the Dublin hotels I searched for my trip were about 0-0 per night on a weekday. It turns out Dublin has a hotel bed shortage and therefore the limited number of hotel options can charge sky high prices.
Most international airlines offer nonstop flights to Dublin.
2 full days is a must to explore the Irish capital but if you have more time, you can add in a couple noteworthy nearby day trips!
Below is a suggested itinerary for visiting Ireland, which takes into account my personal favorite Irish cities and attractions. After spending 3 weeks in Ireland, I had an amazing time and felt like I covered a lot!
We slowed down in some areas and sped up in others so I wanted to offer some tips on Ireland itineraries of various lengths, since I know not everyone has the luxury of three weeks.
Keep reading below for advice on how to plan the perfect trip to Ireland!
The island of Ireland is politically divided in two.
Check room rates: | or Read Trip Advisor reviews More Recommended Hotels in Dublin: – If you want historic, iconic and luxurious you’d best stay at Shelbourne.
Lots of US presidents and anyone of importance has stayed here!
County Donegal, on the northwest, was recently voted by National Geographic as ‘the coolest place on earth’ and has gotten great recognition for outdoor adventure sports so that’s high on our list of places in Ireland to visit.