Top advice on holidays to Spain from Dublin!

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Spain is one of the most popular destinations for Irish holiday makers. The following is some helpful advice on holidays to Spain from Dublin.


Spanish tourism is the second biggest in the world and for good reason. The country's climate along with its historical attractions and culture make it an ideal spot for tourists. Spain mostly has a Mediterranean climate meaning that summers are dry and warm with average temperatures of around 25 to 30 degrees at this time. The seaside resorts of Costa Brava, Marbella and Malaga have some of the nicest beaches in the country. Barcelona and Madrid are also very popular destinations as is the cultural capital of Spain - Cordoba.


Ryanair have one flight every day from Dublin to Barcelona. The flight duration is 2 hours and 35 minutes. It leaves Dublin at 17.55 pm and lands in Barcelona at 21.35 local time. Prices start from €22.99 one way. Ryanair also fly to Madrid, Malaga and Alicante. Aer Lingus have two flights to Barcelona every day. The early morning flight departs at 6.40 am and the evening flight departs at 18.30.


The Hotel Praktik is located in the heart of Barcelona. All rooms have TV, free WIFI and fully-fitted bathroom. Prices start from just €50. The Petit Palace Plaza in Malaga is a four star hotel and has a central location. Rooms are spacious and are decorated with warm colours and flower designs. Rooms include a flat screen TV and laptop with free Wi-Fi. Prices start from €60 per room.

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