Private jet charter and flights to Dublin
Dublin’s tempting combination of nostalgic allure, contemporary charm and welcoming people make it a must-visit on anyone’s European travel wish-list. Rich in history, Ireland’s fair city offers a wealth of heritage attractions alongside hip new hotels and restaurants. Experience it all: request a private jet charter quote from Air Charter Service.
Dublin is scattered with beautiful churches, fascinating museums and Georgian stately homes, which are best explored on a self-guided walking tour. A trip to the UNESCO City of Literature wouldn’t be complete without visiting the spectacular Old Library, which hosts an excellent exhibition on the Book of Kells, a richly-decorated 9thcentury Gospel manuscript, followed by a stroll through the cobbled quads of Trinity College or historic Dublin Castle.
Learn all about Ireland’s world-famous tipple at the Guinness Storehouse, where you can sample a pint of the black stuff at the rooftop bar; and explore Temple Bar, a buzzing cultural hub whose cobbled streets are lined with pubs, restaurants and art galleries. Further afield, discover charming coastal villages on a day trip to Dublin Bay or tee-off on one of several world-class golf courses.
Dublin offers an eclectic shopping scene, from the high-street brands of Grafton Street to the Powerscourt Centre’s chic boutiques. Peruse seasonal fashion at high-end department stores including Arnotts and Brown Thomas, or browse Francis Street’s antiques emporiums and Drury Street’s treasure trove of vintage stores. For edible treats to take back home, head to Temple Bar’s excellent world food market or choose from an array of handmade Irish chocolates at Cocoa Atelier on Drury Street.
From cosy riverside pubs to eclectic fine-dining restaurants, Dublin offers a plethora of dining options. The Michelin-starred Chapter One offers contemporary European cuisine in the basement of the Dublin Writers Museum, while Yamamori serves sushi and noodles in the city centre. More traditional Irish eateries include the family-run Cavistons in suburban Glasthule, which offers excellent fish and seafood; The Winding Stair, which prepares hearty dishes using locally sourced ingredients; and Ely, where diners can feast on local delicacies in the dramatic vaults of the CHQ building.
Guests can choose from a range of accommodation for their stay in Dublin. For largescale luxury, book a room at the elegant Merrion, located across four landmark Georgian mansions decorated with Ireland’s largest collection of private art, or InterContinental Dublin’s stylish rooms and impeccable service. Boutique options include Ariel House, an award-winning guesthouse spanning three restored Victorian townhouses.
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