With temperatures about to plummet, now seems like the perfect time to book a holiday to sunnier climes. The thoughts of doing so is enough to warm you up on the spot and luckily Ryanair has today launched a new service to beautiful Bodrum, a port city in the southwestern region of Turkey.
The new twice-weekly route from Dublin Airport will start operating in May 2019 as part of the airline's summer schedule. Speaking about the launch, Dublin Airport Managing Director Vincent Harrison said "Bodrum is a hugely popular sun destination for Irish holidaymakers and this second destination in Turkey provides further choice and flexibility for Ryanair’s customers."
With July temperatures in Bodrum often reaching into the high 30s, there's nothing like a bit of holiday planning to warm up on these winter nights. More information can be found here.