When is the best time to fly to Waterford?
The best time for a holiday in Waterford is from late April to early October when there's plenty going on for all the family to enjoy especially throughout the school holidays.
The warmest months, July and August, mark the height of the peak season and are particularly popular. Temperatures during this time range from 12-20°C.
If you plan on visiting during this period it is advisable to book flights to Waterford and accommodation well in advance in order to get the best deal.
Late autumn, winter and early spring are the best times to find cheap flights to Waterford. During the off-peak season there is also plenty of cheap accommodation for one night, a weekend break, midweek visit or longer.
It's also a quieter time of year; however, it can become busier and more expensive during annual events, such as the, Lawlors Hotel Jazz Festival in February, St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in March and the Waterford Film Festival in November.
For your next holiday, choose a flight to Waterford in the south east of Ireland. It's one of Ireland's oldest and largest cities popular with travellers who enjoy walking, cycling or angling in the River Suir.
This charming city is also famous for producing hand-crafted crystal which is one of its main exports overseas. You can buy crystal from local, independent retailers in town. Why not spend a morning or afternoon in the beautiful Crystal Visitors Centre that has an amazing array of exquisite items to see?
If you book a flight to Waterford in search of Irish culture and heritage, you won't be disappointed. Check out the city's historical museum or go on a steam-train tour of the recently completed section of the Waterford to Dungarvan railway line. Travelling around 10 miles (16 km) per hour will give you the opportunity to see the magnificent Suir Valley including stunning views of the river, farmland and mountains.
This people-friendly city in south east Ireland offers everyone a warm Irish welcome. Sitting alongside a modern shopping centre you will find traditional Irish pubs serving mouth-watering homemade cuisine. Try mashed-and-shredded potato filled pancakes, coddle and hot pots or champ, a combination of mashed potato and onions cooked with milk and butter. Of course, no meal is complete without having a pint of cold Irish Guinness to make you feel at home while having a chat with the friendly locals.