Dublin Budget Holiday
You can pack a lot into a Dublin budget holiday! Start off at the Hugh Lane Gallery which offers a great collection of modern and contemporary art for free. Then check out Molly Malone, the emblematic 'dolley with the trolley' statue that is intimately associated with Dublin.
Temple Bar is a great place to people-watch, and Amnesty International's Freedom Cafe, located in the city center, is ideal for a low budget meal. Another option is to head to Moore street market, which retains many of old Dublin's character, for fresh produce.
Trinity College Dublin and St. Patrick's Cathedral are excellent examples of Gothic architecture in the city. The college is free, except for the Long Room and the old book collection that charges visiting fees. Don't forget to find Iveagh gardens, one of Dublin's prettiest gardens that offers you a haven of tranquility in the middle of the city.
Queen of Tarts is an excellent place to grab coffee or soup at lunchtime. Dunne and Crescenzi is also a great Italian place with low budget prices.O Shea's Merchant and the Guiness Storehouse are both very good Dublin budget evening options to round off a delightful holiday that is not too hard on your pockets. Enjoy Dublin on the cheap!