Spring is arguably the best time to visit Ireland. The days get longer again so you have no excuse to avoid sightseeing because of your Jameson-induced hangover.
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Boston-Dublin: April 5-16 on British Airways for $410
Chicago-Dublin: April 5-19 on Delta for $453
Ft. Lauderdale-Dublin: April 11-25 on Aer Lingus and United for $539
Los Angeles-Cork: May 17-29 on WOW air for $440
Los Angeles-Dublin: April 2-14 on Ethiopian for $599
Newark-Dublin: April 25-May 12 on WOW air for $380
Philadelphia-Dublin: April 27-May 8 on Aer Lingus and British Airways for $396
If you want to connect elsewhere from Ireland, it might help to check this handy infographic on budget airlines such as Ryanair, which is based in Dublin. If you want to take the ferry across the sea to visit Wales or onwards the rest of the UK, these travel websites and apps will prove quite useful.
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