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Deal alert: You can fly round-trip Vancouver to Dublin for a steal right now

Jet setters looking to travel to the Emerald Isle have several affordable booking options over the next couple of months
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While tickets to Dublin typically cost $1,000 and up, Air Canada and WestJet are all offering one-stop deals for under $750 CAD including taxes and fees.

While it is one of the most breathtaking places on the planet, a flight from Vancouver to Ireland isn't always affordable.

But jet setters looking to travel to the Emerald Isle have several affordable booking options over the next couple of months — as long as they are comfortable with a stopover.

While tickets to Dublin typically cost $1,000 and up, Air Canada, WestJet, Lufthansa, Air France, and KLM are all offering one-stop deals for under $800 CAD including taxes and fees. You can browse dates in Google flights, with the best deals showing after November 2021 and into February 2022.

One of the lowest fares departs Vancouver on Nov. 24 and returns a couple of weeks later on Dec. 8. The flight costs a total of $717.52 CAD including all taxes and fees. 

Canada was removed from Ireland's list of "designated States" on June 18, which means that Canadians are not subject to mandatory hotel quarantine.

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Photo via Google Flights
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Photo via Google Flights

Explore Dublin and Ireland

Dublin offers a litany of things to do and see, as well as the perfect place to begin your Irish adventure. While you're in the city you'll be privy to a number of fantastic eateries, shopping, and, of course, its famous pubs. If you are looking to venture outside of the city, however, you'll be able to explore the stunning beauty of the countryside.

For example, the stunning Cliffs of Moher, Ireland's most visited tourist attraction, are located three hours from the city. These spectacular cliffs rise an incredible 702 feet at their highest point, just north of O'Brien's Tower. These majestic rock faces are an awe-inspiring sights to behold, and many people spend half of their day viewing them in all of their rugged glory.

Travellers into Ireland must be fully vaccinated with an EMA-approved vaccine and also have a negative RT-PCR test result taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in the country.