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The Dublin Airport ( DUB ), the main airport in Ireland, is the base for Ireland's flag carrier Aer Lingus and Europe's largest no-frills airline Ryanair. Located 10 km away from Dublin in Collinstown near Swords, the Dublin Airport connects to Dublin through extensive short and medium haul networks. Offering world class facilities to passengers, Dublin Airport has two terminals and services over 20 million passengers each year. There are over 50 daily departures from Dublin Airport to all five airports in London. Besides taxis, over 700 bus and coach services operate from Dublin Airport daily, connecting it to the city's central bus station, Busaras and two railway stations, Dublin Connolly Railway Station and Dublin Heuston railway station. While there are no trains connecting the airport to the city, there are plans to start a underground metro link. However, trains from the above mentioned stations operate to most parts of Netherlands.

About Dublin (DUB)

Situated at the mouth of the River Liffey, Dublin is the capital and the most populous city of Ireland. The word 'Dublin' means ‘town of the huddled ford’. Enveloped by a low mountain range to the south and bordered by the low farmland to the north and west, Dublin is a beautiful city which experiences a maritime climate with non extreme temperatures. Its mild winters and cool summers please everyone and act like an open invitation to tourists coming to visit the city from each corner of the world. The entire Dublin is dotted with beautiful landmarks and monuments with imposing structures. The oldest is Dublin Castle which was constructed shortly after Norman Invasion of Ireland in 1169. The newest structure is Spire of Dublin; this stainless steel conical spire is located on O'Connell Street. Other important and attractive landmarks are Ha'penny Bridge, Mansion House, Ann Livia Monument, Molly Malone Statue, Christ Church Cathedral, The Custom House, Poolbeg Towers and Aras an Uachtarain. Dublin is a nature's paradise; the city comprises several parks which are naturally irrigated by rivers. Few famous parks are Phonenix Park, Herbert Park and St Stephen's Green. For shopaholics it is important to know that Grafton Street and Henry Street are the main shopping streets in Dublin's city center. It's a world renowned truth that Ireland is home to art and music of which Dublin is the main source. Dublin owns the world famous literary history. You can find a lot of literary theaters, most famous among which are Gaiety, Abbey, Olympia, Gate and Grand Canal. Apart from this, Dublin has the most vibrant, youthful and unpretending nightlife. With gala of music and dance all around, the city grooves on its own beats. If you are one habitual tourist or a first time traveler, just log onto MakeMyTrip.com and have your trip to Ireland perfectly organized. With cheap flight tickets, affordable hotels and car rentals, MakeMyTrip offers wonderful and cheap rated Dublin tour packages.