By Melanie Lieberman
May 11, 2016
Ireland's southern coast
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If you're daydreaming of rolling green hills and craggy cliffs (perhaps a frothy pint of Guinness?) you're in luck.

Today, already-low fares to Ireland have dropped even lower. United is selling $382 round-trip tickets from Philadelphia to Dublin—the hipper than ever capital of Ireland—and according to the, there's no shortage of tickets. Flights depart from September until next March.

Not leaving from Philadelphia? The sale extends to Boston and New York City, too. Flights from these eastern hubs are $468 and $437 respectively. Flights departing from Boston and New York are more limited in availability, but it’s still a very good deal.

Travelers looking for more Irish inspiration should also consider Dublin a starting point for a rugged road trip along the Wild Atlantic Way.

Melanie Lieberman is the Assistant Digital Editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @melanietaryn.