Dreaming of Dublin? Get there now from $430 round-trip! See the Guinness Storehouse, Trinity College, and maybe even the St. Patrick's Day Festival. Book now before it's gone!

Pricing From $430

If your idea of a perfect trip involves charming cobblestone streets, historic castles, and a pint of Guinness, then Dublin, Ireland should be at the top of your travel list. Don't miss attractions like the Guinness Storehouse and Trinity College, home to the famous Book of Kells. And if you're lucky enough to catch the St. Patrick's Day Festival, you're in for a real treat! FYI, There is also some availability on Iceland air for as low as $399 if you can find those dates.

Cabin Class

These are Round Trip Economy Fares and include your checked bag and early seat selection.


End of October through Early December, Mid January through early March.


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Fare Information

Fare Basis: LL106LGT

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