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For the ultimate secluded retreat, book a flight to Tullow and you can’t go far wrong. Situated in County Carlow in the Republic of Ireland, this old market town is bursting with character. While the town may be small, its residents are proud of what the area has to offer and you are guaranteed to receive a warm welcome when you book a flight here.
With two airports in the vicinity, including Dublin – Ireland’s busiest airport – you’re sure to find a convenient flight to Tullow. Book your flights to County Carlow today and in no time at all you’ll be enjoying riverside views, country golfing and some fantastic rural walking trails in the magnificent hills of the County Carlow countryside.
There are two airports you can head to when booking a flight to Tullow. The first is Dublin Airport. This is just 50 miles away and takes a little over an hour from Tullow via the M9 motorway, R418 or N81 roads. The second option is to fly to Waterford Airport, which is situated on Ireland south coast, about 60 miles from Tullow via the M9. Or, if you prefer the scenic route, and in Ireland that’s not just a figure of speech, you could head along the rural N25 or R729 roads.
As Ireland’s largest and busiest airport, flights to Dublin come from destinations all around the UK and Europe. These include major London airports as well as Leeds-Bradford Southampton, Edinburgh, Doncaster, Sheffield, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne and others. Waterford Airport is much smaller, so if you’re flying here it will be either from Birmingham or London Luton.
The easiest way to travel to Tullow once your flight arrives is by road. You can rent a car or head to Tullow via one of Bus Éireann’s scheduled services. This includes the 132 from Dublin and the number 5 from Dublin.
Once your flight to Tullow gets in, there’s a multiplicity of things you can do in this tremendous little town. Perhaps take an amble along the banks of the River Slaney, which boasts a range of birdlife from ducks to dippers, as well as otters and bats.
If you want to see some larger birds up close, you could always head to the nearby Woodlands Falconry to see some birds of prey in flight. Otherwise, just pick up a souvenir at the Rathwood Garden Centre, home to the Chocolate Garden – a delicious local chocolate maker.
With so much to do, and not one airport but two, a relaxing break in Tullow is guaranteed to help you rejuvenate. Search for flights to Tullow now and book through Expedia today.