Travel Guide Europe Ireland Leinster






Leinster has a typical maritime climate with cool summers and mild winters. June to September is summer season with temperatures between 16 and 20 °C and nights around 10 °C. Winters are still above zero, even at night. The highest and lowest temperatures possible are just above 30 °C and just below -10 °C. Precipitation is evenly distributed throughout the year, with autumn and winter being the wettest time and spring being the driest month. May is the driest and most sunny month of the year.



Getting There

By Plane

Dublin Airport
Dublin Airport (airport code: DUB) is located 10 kilometres north of Dublin city centre. For terminal information and options for getting from the airport to Dublin city, see the detailed Dublin Airport page. Airlines serving domestic destinations include Aer Lingus, Ryanair and Aer Arann. Destinations include Cork, Galway, the Aran Islands, Sligo and Kerry.

By Train

Irish Rail runs a number of rail links across the country to and from Dublin.

By Bus

Bus Eireann offers a wide range of connections between Dublin and many major cities and towns, although frequencies to remote areas might be low. There is a so-called Expressway coach network which complements rail services.

By Boat

From Isle of Man
The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company run a regular service between Dublin and Douglas on the Isle of Man.

From Ireland





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