Enjoy your flight to Dublin with Air France

With a history that stretches back to the Vikings, there is plenty to do in the historic city of Dublin

Dublin is the largest city and capital of Ireland, which is called the 'Emerald Isle' because of its lush green countryside. Dublin has history that goes back to the times of the Vikings, and there is a great deal of culture and vibrant entertainment to discover during your stay in the city.
If you choose to fly to Dublin with Air France there are many benefits and offers. There are flights to Dublin's International Airport several times a week. Your flight is made more comfortable with a blanket, pillow, and some great entertainment such as, games, films, and music on a personal video screen. It is possible to book online to buy your airplane ticket, and also review and change the details of your reservation, such as personalised options for menu, the place of your seat and preferred cabin size, and an online check-in can be used up to 30 hours before the flight leaves. You can earn Miles for each journey through the Flying Blue program which count towards future flights and other travel needs.
Dublin has mild summers and cool winters, and it is suitable for holidays throughout the year. Although the Gaelic language is used throughout Ireland, English is also commonly used.

Dublin is the home city of Guinness and there are many interesting attractions

There are many things to do during your stay in Dublin. The city's famous drink, Guinness, is still brewed at St James's Gate Brewery, where it has been made since 1759, and there is an exhibition about the history of the ale next to the brewery too. A popular tourist attraction is Dublin Castle, which has a history that goes back to the Norman times. Contemporary art is shown at many private galleries available as well as the Irish Museum of Modern Art. As you might expect from a city that has produced a wide range of successful pop music acts such as U2, Westlife and Sinead O'Conner, there is usually a good selection of live music on offer.
Dublin has been named as an UNESCO 'City of Literature', partly due to its heritage as the home of many famous writers at some point in their lives, such as Oscar Wilde, William Butler Yeats, Bram Stoker and Samuel Beckett. Dublin is also the location of James Joyce's classic and intriguing work, Ulysses. While you stay in the iconic city, you can go to view the ancient manuscript the 'Book of Kells' at Trinity College Dublin. One of the city's most iconic landmarks is the iron footbridge Ha'penny Bridge. There are also several parts of the 'National Museum of Ireland' situated in Dublin, such as the National History, Archaeology and Decorative Arts and History.
Dublin has a well-known and lively nightlife, with many pubs and bars to visit, including the authentic version of the 'Irish pub' that has been much copied around the world. Dublin has many buses and trains, and also has an extensive cycle network.

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