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Flight from Calgary to Dublin, June 2019 best price: $1766, departure on 2019-06-01, return on 2019-06-01. Press enter to book.
Flight from Calgary to Dublin, July 2019 best price: $1126, departure on 2019-07-01, return on 2019-07-01. Press enter to book.
Flight from Calgary to Dublin, August 2019 best price: $861, departure on 2019-08-01, return on 2019-08-01. Press enter to book.
Flight from Calgary to Dublin, September 2019 best price: $731, departure on 2019-09-01, return on 2019-09-01. Press enter to book.
Flight from Calgary to Dublin, October 2019 best price: $716, departure on 2019-10-01, return on 2019-10-01. Press enter to book.
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A thousand-year history and status as a European capital haven’t taken away Dublin’s friendly “big village” feel. With loads to see and do, and a people whose amiability is infectious, Ireland’s urban core has tourists’ eyes smiling all the way to the pub.
St. Patrick’s Cathedral: Is the largest church in the country, and reputedly built on the site where St. Paddy himself baptized Irish heathens.
Trinity College: The grounds of Ireland’s most prestigious university, Trinity College, are a glorious place to spend an early Sunday morning. Literary buffs especially love a stroll around this masterpiece of Georgian architecture and landscaping—Oscar Wilde and Samuel Beckett are alumni.
Temple Bar: Dubbed “Dublin’s cultural quarter”, it has retained its medieval pattern of narrow cobblestone streets and is full of cafés, bars, art galleries, a farmers’ market and quaint one-of-a-kind boutiques.
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