Ryanair has plenty of new holiday destinations to explore (and more routes to old favourites from Ireland) if you're looking to try somewhere new in the new year. Check out our list of 19 places to see in 2019.
With increased frequency from Dublin, Marrakech is the perfect place to spend a weekend, a week or even two weeks in January, whether you explore the city or head to the nearby beaches of Essaouira. Check out our Local’s Guide to Marrakech to find out more about this exotic and exciting holiday destination.
Thessaloniki is one of the newest routes from Dublin and spring is the perfect time to explore this beautiful Greek city.
Lourdes is another brilliant holiday destination to visit in 2019. The French town may be most famous for its sacred sites, but Lourdes and the Pyrenees has lots more to offer travellers. Learn more about what you can explore in the region with our guide to Lourdes.
One of the newest routes from Shannon is the party paradise island of Ibiza. Ibiza is a haven for nightlife revellers, discover more about the Spanish island on Try Somewhere New.
Or, if you’re looking to relax on the beach with some of Europe’s finest food, head to Naples from Cork for a taste of la Dolce Vita.
One of the most popular music festivals of the summer takes place in Budapest and you can now fly there directly from Cork. Sziget Festival promises a top class line-up every year, with Arctic Monkeys and Kendrick Lamar headlining previous festivals.
Or, if you are looking for something a bit closer to home, fly to Bournemouth from Dublin and set up camp at the world renowned Bestival Festival in Dorset.
If you haven’t been before, then Oktoberfest in Munich should be near the top of your list of places to see in 2019.
Ryanair have announced new direct flights from Dublin to Kiev and it is bound to be one of our most popular holiday destinations in 2019. Find out what to see in the Ukrainian capital with our Local’s Guide to Kiev.
Still looking to relax in the sun? Head to Paphos in Cyprus for a relaxing beach break or spend the autumn in the Algarve for an active holiday in the sun.
With more flights from Dublin to Bordeaux coming in the new year, you really have no excuse to miss out on harvest season in the vineyards.
Frankfurt in Germany is home to one of Europe’s best Christmas markets. There's no better way to kick off the Christmas season than by jetting into Mainhattan for some early festivities.
If you’re thinking about how to spend New Year’s Eve then look no further than London - just one of the cities in Europe that knows how to ring in the New Year in style. Read our guide to Europe’s best New Year’s Eve cities here.
That’s our list of must see places in 2019. Check out our huge range of flights to new holiday destinations in 2019 on Ryanair.com
- Seán Walsh