Dublin Airport – All you need to know before traveling.

Checking in at Dublin Airport is a simple process, but knowing what to expect is important to make your journey as smooth as possible. Here’s a step-by-step guide to checking in at Dublin Airport and tips for getting to the airport and preparing for your flight.

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Getting to the airport:

If you’re staying at a hotel in Dublin, there are several options for getting to the airport. You can take a taxi, a bus, or the Aircoach, which offers a direct service from several locations in Dublin city center. Be sure to check the schedule and plan your journey in advance to avoid any last-minute stress.

Checking in at Dublin Airport:

  1. Check-in time: It is recommended to arrive at least two hours before your flight if you’re traveling within Europe, or three hours before if you’re traveling to the USA. Check with your airline for their specific check-in times.
  2. Check-in options: You can check in online in advance or at the airport. If you don’t have luggage to check, you can go directly to security. If you have luggage, head to the check-in desks.
  3. Luggage: If you have luggage, you’ll need to drop it off at the airline’s designated desk after you check in.
  4. Security: Once you’ve dropped off your luggage, proceed to security. Be sure to have your boarding pass and ID or passport ready.
  5. Boarding: Check the information screens for your gate number and boarding time. You must be at the gate at least 30 minutes before departure.


  • Check with your airline for any specific check-in requirements or restrictions.
  • If you have a lot of luggage or are traveling with young children, consider giving yourself extra time to navigate the airport.
  • If you’re flying internationally, be sure to have your passport and any necessary visas or travel documents with you.

Overall, checking in at Dublin Airport is a straightforward process. Following these tips can ensure a stress-free start to your journey.


Christmas markets dates in Prague 2019

Would you like to go to Prague in 2019 to experience one of the nicest Christmas markets in the world? WorldCityGuides is here to help you, and here you have the dates for this years market!

At you can find all the information you need about Prague, but if you just want the quick version, check out this little YouTube clip lasting 50 seconds to get all the Christmas market dates that you are in need of if you plan on visiting Prague in 2019.

We are still eagerly waiting for the dates for the Christmas markets in cities such as Vienna, Budapest, and Krakow, but we will probably have to wait for a couple of more months before those dates are made public!


Budapest Christmas Market dates 2019

Would you like to know the dates for the Christmas markets in Budapest in 2019? Here you will find information about the Christmas markets on more on!

We have just published an article in the Budapest Guide about the Christmas markets in Budapest in 2019. Unfortunately, the official dates will only go public in August or September 2019, meaning that we will still have to wait for more than half a year for those to be released. But, we have reason to believe that the Christmas market at Vörösmarty square will open on November 8th or on November 15th. This is based on the dates of the Christmas market at Vörösmarty square in the last four years. Take a look at the following video to get even more information about the Christmas markets in Budapest in 2019.

Are you looking forward to the Christmas markets in Budapest in 2019? We for sure look forward to the market, but not only the market and the stalls… it is all about the smell, the atmosphere, the lights, and of course… Christmas!


Our little Edinburgh Guide is live!

Have you ever been to the amazing nation of Scotland? It has some amazing cities, and a fantastic nature. If you ever visit the nation, Edinburgh is the most beautiful city. But, the nation has much more to offer than just Edinburgh.

Edinburgh Guide
From the heart of Edinburgh – Source: Pixabay

We have just published our new Edinburgh Guide. It contains information about the most important attractions in Edinburgh, the coolest programs, but also some practical information about the climate in Scotland, the transporation, and some other topics.

You can visit the Edinburgh guide at

We hope you will enjoy it! Enjoy your next trip in the world, wherever it may go!


New design on our Budapest Guide

We have city guides about some of the most important and interesting European capitals. For several years we haven’t touched the design of any of those websites, but now we have started with some small refreshments!

For a long time our Budapest Guide looked something like this.

This is the Danish version at
This is the Danish version at

But, now we have given the site a brand new design. In the new design there is much more space set aside for images, and it has a much more modern look to it all. So, this is what our Swedish Budapest Guide looks like at the moment… quite a difference compared to the old design.

The new design of the Budapest Guide
The new design of the swedish site at

If you around in the different articles and the pages you will quickly notice that there has been set aside more space for images, and we hope you will be pleased with whatever you find.

Have you taken a look at the new designs? Do you like it?