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Embrace the captivating Emerald Isle without abandoning your budget.

Soda bread and Jameson whiskey, Guinness stout and Joyce’s Ulysses — the influence of Irish culture is deeply rooted in America. Taste, see and feel where it all began with an excursion to lush and vibrant Ireland, where you’re sure to have a Celtic craic.

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Flight deals to Ireland as low as $285

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10% off Big Bus Dublin: Hop-on, Hop-off Tour from $25.78

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Fast facts about Ireland

Where is it? Ireland is an island nation in the Atlantic Ocean, just west of the United Kingdom.

How do I get there? Fly to Dublin from US international hubs like JFK in New York City, ATL in Atlanta or LAX in Los Angeles. Delta, American Airlines and United Airlines can get you there directly, though you may save money with a stopover. Browse flight deals to Ireland.

When should I go? April to May and September to October are among the best times to explore the Emerald Isle without the inevitable tourists and outside rather cold and damp winter months. Learn more about the best time to visit Ireland.

What should I do? Wander in an ancient castle, take a road trip through luscious greenery and clink your glasses at the Guinness Storehouse. There are plenty of things to do in Ireland to appeal to any preference.

Bottom line

Your best bet at a cheap trip to Ireland is through one of many discounted fares you’ll find throughout the year. Opting for a cross-country road trip instead of pricey tours and seeing natural wonders instead of man-made sites can also shave costs while traversing the Emerald Isle.

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