Cheap Business and First class flights to Ireland
Why Visit Ireland?
Anyone who has been to Ireland will tell you that for all the wondrous, gorgeous, mystical and historic places for which the Emerald Isle is famous, its true beauty is in its people. From the lilting music of the Irish accent to the Irish love for a pint and the remarkable friendliness of seemingly everyone you meet, your interaction with the people of this amazing island will leave you certain that there is something in the water here.
But you would be remiss to not explore the country and discover its exciting history, steeped as it is in tales of conquest and of religion, of great battles and of sobering armistices. The country’s geography is undulating lush vegetation for miles on end, which explains the association of the Irish with the color green. Towering castles and ancient Celtic architecture abound so it does not ever become monotonous.
Many components of ancient, traditional Irish culture have found their way into world popular culture. The international celebrations of St. Patrick's Day (Saint Patrick is Ireland’s patron saint), the intricate lines and designs of Celtic architecture and art, the heart-quickening tunes of Irish music and the unique, almost gravity-defying deeds of Irish dancers make a touch of the Irish a welcome one all over the world.
The country has contributed immensely to the world of writing; Irishmen C.S. Lewis, Oscar Wilde, Jonathan Swift, George Bernard Shaw and William Butler Yeats are giants of literature, with the last two having won the Nobel Prize for Literature.
It would be a sin to mention Ireland, its people and their love for a pint and neglect to mention Guinness. The thick, black dry stout has been virtually synonymous with Ireland’s huge pub scene and over 220 million gallons of ‘the black stuff’ is sold every year. Sipping it at the brewery where it was first conceived in 1759 is as good a reason as any to visit!
Must-See Irish Cities
Ireland’s rich history makes for an exciting destination. Coupled with its myriad festivals scattered over the year and the modern wonders of its younger self, there is always something to see here. These are the best cities to visit to get the most revealing insight into the personality of this intriguing land:
Kilmainham Gaol (Jail), The Guinness Brewery, the National Print Museum of Ireland and the National Library of Ireland are all worth a visit. And when you have had enough of stuffy buildings, wander out and discover the beautiful hills and coastline.
Fans of history will love Kilkenny Castle, Ballybur Castle and Black Abbey. Fans of the arts will love the mixture of professional and amateur performances at Barnstorm Theatre and Ballykeeffe Amphitheatre respectively.
● Dublin – the nation’s capital has been home to many an established Irish writer and has been designated a UNESCO City of Literature. The Long Room in Trinity College has felt the footsteps of CS Lewis, Samuel Beckett, James Joyce and Seamus Heaney.
● Kilkenny - established in medieval times, Kilkenny is the sight to visit for monasteries and churches maintained to remarkable standards. The city has also developed a more modern side, with some of the best bars and restaurants.
● Limerick – famous as the origin of the eponymous genre of poetry, Limerick is a major tourist destination. St. John’s Cathedral which sports the country’s tallest spire, King John’s castle which is one of the best preserved Norman castles, the elegantly restrained St. Mary’s Cathedral and The Hunt Museum which hold Stone Age artifacts and drawings by Picasso are all worth a close look.
The direct cross-Atlantic trip by air to Ireland from the continental United States can be as short as 6 hours 15 minutes from the east coast to just 10 hours from west coast cities like Los Angeles. In the case of flights with transit stops, the trip can take over 32 hours.
Delta, United, Lufthansa, Aer Lingus and Air France are some of the major airlines that operate flights between the U.S. and Ireland. As can be expected with first class service, they provide options for chef-prepared meals off a pre-ordered menu or your choice on board. Meals are accompanied by premium wine and liquor from their selection.
Some of the best airlines feature lie-flat beds to help the journey go by in a breeze.
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