Here's why renowned travel bible Lonely Planet loves Northern Ireland's capital city and its coastal getaway.
From the Causeway Coast and the Wild Atlantic Way to the Sunny South East and the 11 cities in between, now's the time to start exploring the Island of Ireland.
Go behind the scenes on Earth's Wild Atlantic Way, where the Star Wars cast and crew recreated faraway galaxies in some of Ireland’s most spectacular landscapes.
£45 per person
Fly London Southend to Dublin from £19.99 one way
from €575 per person
From €59 per person, per night sharing.
€30 per person
3 nights for the price of 2 on selected dates from October 2017 to the end of February 2018.
From £500 per person for 1 night overnight stay with dinner and B&B. Includes 4 hour Survival Academy.
From €249 for a Family of 4
£40.00 pppn including breakfast
From €49 per person return
From £1,203 / €1,300 per person sharing.
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