• 24 Apr 2016, 11:00
  • João

Fly from Dublin to India from just €335!

Fly away to fantastic India!

British Airways are offering a nice fare for flights from Dublin to Mumbai or New Delhi. Spend some great time in India from just €335 round trip! 

In the 21st century, the land of Buddha and Gandhi still retains its color and mysticism, motivating trips that go far beyond the sightseeing tours. A small sample of this nation of a billion people and dozens of languages and cultures is given int the Golden Triangle, the route between New Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. In the chaotic an vibrant Delhi you can observe first hand monumental places like the mosque of Jama Masjid or Fort Red. If you go further down south, to Jaipur, you’ll be amazed by it’s pink walls and the spectacular Amber Fort. Complete the Golden Triangle and visit the Agra Fort and one of the new Seven Wonders of the World, the stunning Taj Mahal! In Mumbai, you’ll have the chance to visit fantastic monuments like the Gateway of India, see some colonial architecture in buildings such as the Victoria Terminus Station or the Supreme Court or just relax by Juhu beach while enjoying a fantastic sunset!

Travel dates:
May – June 2016

Sample dates:
To Mumbai: 3-17, 18-25, 24 May – 1 June, 7-15 June
To New Delhi: 9-28 Jun, 16-27, 16-28, 16-29 Jun
…and more!

Dublin -Mumbai – Dublin
Dublin – New Delhi – Dublin

How to book:
Visit Kayak or just click the link below and adjust travel dates.

Baggage policy:
One cabin bag and one piece of checked in baggage per passenger.

Sample reservation:
Dublin -Mumbai – Dublin>>>

Dublin – New Delhi – Dublin>>>


For example,in New Delhi, 4* Hotel Siam International has a good price, excellent reviews and included breakfast!


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