Arriving at Dublin Airport and have some free time to spare before boarding your next flight? Why not grab the opportunity to take a quick tour of Dublin City rather than sitting in a stuffy, boring airport lounge. Dublin is famous for is historical past and has so many things to offer every traveler! From its Viking past that is hidden between its magnificent Cathedrals and ancient museums to its many ancient buildings brimming with history. Dublin is a city stepped in culture.
Check out some of the following ideas from LFL the experts in Dublin tours and airport transfer in Dublin: –
- Leave the luggage at the Dublin Airport –
Luggage is no problem when you are at Dublin airport. Dublin Airport provides left luggage facilities where they will store your luggage either on a short or long term basis. Therefore, you can leave your luggage secure and safe and are now ready to explore Dublin unhindered! Both Terminal 1 and 2 have this convenient facility which allows you to drop off your baggage anytime between 05:00 to 23:00. The price varies depending upon the size of your belongings.
- Check Visa Requirements –
No matter your country of origin it is always best to check with you airline or Embassy what visa are necessary for each country you are visiting on your trip. Being prepared is half the battle!
- Look for faster Dublin airport transfers–
Several options for Dublin airport transfers can be found. But the most user friendly, quick, easy and convenient one is the airport transfers in Dublin offered by us at LfL Chauffeur Services. We have made the process of booking Dublin airport private transfers easy as we have a direct booking and payment facility on our website and of course if you prefer we are available 24 hours, seven days a week to answer any questions you may have. We will track your flight, making your pick up on time and seamless. Another benefit of hiring our airport transfers in Dublin is that your local chauffeur will know the most convenient route to your desired destination depending on time of day, traffic or any delays such as road works that pop up on a day to day basis, which makes travelling in an unfamiliar city safe, hassle-free and quick.
Suggestions of Places to Explore in Dublin –
- National Museum of Ireland – Get a glimpse of the rustic history of Ireland here. The intricate carvings, Iron Age bog bodies on display and much more can be found at the National Museum at Kildare Street.
- Long Room in Trinity College – Stretching up to 65 meters in length, the Long Room in Trinity College is an ancient chamber that stocks up to 200,000 of the oldest books entrenched in Irish history.
- National Gallery of Ireland – The National Gallery of Ireland houses about 15,000 artworks that include several sculptures, paintings and works on paper from the early 13th century to the mid-12th century. One of the most famous paintings here is “The Taking of Christ” by Caravaggio.
- Stephen’s Green Park and adjacent shopping area – St. Stephen’s Green is a beautiful Victorian park nestled in the heart of the city, enjoyed by locals and tourists alike during the summer months. Adjacent to the park is the pedestrianized shopping area of Grafton Street and St. Stephen’s Green Centre.