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Although there is a choice of airports for flights to Tipperary, the most convenient for a stay in this picturesque town is Shannon. It’s just a quick drive down the N24 from nearby Limerick and from there you’ll be in the centre of this small town in no time at all.
There are bus and train options open to you as well but an airport cab is inexpensive and could also deliver you to ‘Tipp’ not long after your flight touches down at Shannon Airport.
Car hire are also available, and you can arrange the hire through Expedia before you fly to get yourself the best deal possible and save yourself time when your flight lands. What’s more the scenery of rural Ireland really lends itself to road trips and Tipperary is an excellent base to explore its natural beauty. From the stunning lakes, rivers and valleys to the breathtaking Atlantic coastline, the Shannon region is a real sight to behold and from Tipperary the whole of this natural wonder is on your doorstep.
Five international airlines fly into Shannon Airport covering 31 destinations across Europe and the United States. You can easily get to Shannon from a number of London airports as well as Manchester in the United Kingdom - and the beauty of Tipperary is just a short trip from the airport.
The United States is particularly well served with flights coming in from New York, Boston, Chicago, Newark and Philadelphia during the summer months.
There are numerous bars, restaurants and shops in the airport itself to recharge your batteries before setting off to discover the delights of the Shannon region – or for enjoying the charm of the place one more time before flying out.
Depending on where you’re flying from, flights to Shannon can cater for the cheaper budget end of the airline world to Trans-Atlantic luxury, but all visitors will soon discover that the real delights are in this beautiful part of Ireland itself.
There is never a bad time to fly into this wonderful country and the locals will welcome you with open arms whether it is the height of summer or getting cosy round a pub fire in winter.
One time of the year that is always popular is around St Patrick’s Day in the middle of March: flights from the United States are particularly popular so make sure you book in plenty of time to avoid the disappointment of missing out on this amazing country.