Guinness or not Guinness ?
Dublin, capital of the Republic of Ireland, is renowned for its vibrancy and rich cultural heritage
During the Covid-19 crisis, the Irish airline AerLingus has stopped direct seasonnal flights between Rennes and Dublin in the summer.
You can travel to Dublin all year round on flights departing from Rennes via Paris-CDG with Air France and on summer season via Southampton with Flybe.
- Capital city: Dublin is the capital city of Ireland
- Climate: Temperate
- Time difference with France: 1 hour behind
- Currency: Euros
- Official languages: Gaelic and English
- Travel document requirements: Passport or valid national identity card
- Tourist information: www.visitdublin.com /
Accommodation information: www.bandbireland.com
Both town and countryside
Ireland is a place of legends… Its sublime landscapes, its castles and its majestic gardens will entrance you. With the Wicklow Mountains on its doorstep, Dublin is an ideal holiday destination, combining the delights of the countryside with the highlights of city life.
Step out into the streets of Dublin and you will love the feel of the city… Whatever the weather, you will warm to the city’s vibrant, party atmosphere. A lively and festive city that is both cosmopolitan and deeply Celtic, Dublin has a wide range of activities on offer for visitors: museums, sport, music and literature, not to mention the pubs and restaurants with their typically Irish atmosphere! Taste the city’s famous Guinness beer, go for a stroll in Phoenix Park or Trinity College, hit the shops in Grafton Street...
Just south of Dublin, County of Wicklow
Leave the hustle and bustle and discover peace and quiet: the beauty and tranquillity of the Wicklow Mountains are sure to inspire you. Explore the green, gently rolling landscape, then head for dinner in a crowded pub in the middle of nowhere, and watch a rugby match on TV. Lively atmosphere guaranteed!