With St. Patrick’s Day fast approaching our resident deal experts decided to take a look at the best flights to Ireland. Spring flights to the Emerald Isle  start at just $507 roundtrip, including taxes. These discounted fares in April and May are impressive on their own, but really stand out when compared to the steep prices commanded in June. For some routes, like Philadelphia to Dublin, travelers save up to $600 by flying in April or May over June.

Cheap Flights to Ireland

Click here to check prices to Dublin, Shannon and Belfast from your home airport. Here are some of the best deals available now:

 

Where to Go in Ireland

fly blog ireland belfast castle Fly to Ireland in Spring; Save up to $600 Dublin, Ireland’s capital and most populous city, is only 6 hours 30 minutes from New York City. Don’t miss the Dublin Castle, built in the early 13th century, and be sure to visit the Dublin Writers Museum to soak in Irish literary and cultural history. Learn the story behind iconic Irish libations at the Guinness Storehouse and Old Jameson Distillery.

Shannon, on the eastern end of Ireland and located in County Clare, is a new town, built up in the 20th century. Shannon Airport allows for easy access to Limerick, Ireland’s third largest city. Limerick is home to King John’s Castle and St. John’s cathedral.

Belfast is the capital and largest city in Northern Ireland. Known too much for the wrong reasons, largely sectarian violence throughout the 20th century, Belfast has recently emerged as a hotspot for tourism. Attractions include Belfast Castle, built by the Normans in the late 12th century and St. Anne’s Cathedral, the focal point of the bustling Cathedral Quarter in Belfast.

Whichever corner of Ireland you’d like to visit, one thing is for sure — now’s the time to book. Book now and save up to $600 on flights to Ireland by traveling in April or May. Also, be sure to check out the Travelzoo’s Destination of the Week page for more great deals in Ireland.

 

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One of Fly.com’s resident deal experts, Sean lived in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and London, England as a child. He remains an avid traveler to this day. Sean maintains dual citizenship in the United States and Ireland, yet his favorite European destination is Barcelona.

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