You’ll be surprised how far your money will go on a weekend in Dublin, from pop-up shops to restaurants and cafes, the city has more to experience than ever…
We wanted to show you how far €140 will go over 48 hours in Dublin. We got collage artist Una Gildea to create a piece of work in her distinctive style that shows all the things you can squeeze into a weekend in the city. Check out Una's work of art here.
From classic Dublin experiences like exploring the grounds of Trinity College for free or paying to see the Book of Kells to kayaking down the River Liffey for the more adventurous and everything in between, we’ve selected the best things for you to enjoy on a break in Dublin.
Here’s some links to the places featured in our illustration so you can find out more:
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