Take your next Dublin weekend getaway with Low
Cost City Breaks to a city that is exciting and
colourful, full of history and culture. There is so
much to do that you will probably not be able to
fit it all into one weekend.
Dublin is probably most famous for its nightlife. The
clubs and bars have a reputation for providing visitors
with a big welcome and a pint of Guiness. Just make
sure that you are staying some where that is comfortable
for when you return to your hotel in the early hours.
If your idea of the perfect weekend is the quieter
side of Dublin, then you will not be disappointed. There
are a good selection of museums and art galleries to
see and after your sight seeing is finished for the
day, plenty of excellent restaurants where you can enjoy
a nice meal.
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A weekend break in Dublin does not come any cheaper
than the prices that we offer. In fact, Low
Cost City Breaks are so confident that we can offer
you the cheapest and best weekend break in Dublin, that
we are actually prepared to guarantee
Booking your next weekend break to Dublin could not
be any easier. Our team of travel advisors have an excellent
knowledge of the city and will ensure that you get the
exact break that you deserve. If it is a five star luxury
hotel you want in the centre of the city or a budget
price on an all inclusive holiday, then we can help.
So why not ask us for a quote
now and see what fantastic bargains we have to offer
Things to see and
There are plenty of things to see and do on a Dublin
weekend break. Here is just a sample:
Full of shops and cafes, Temple Bar is one of the most
popular tourist destinations in the city.
One of the world's most famous and Ireland's oldest
universities. Founded in 1592, its gardens, grand buildings
and cobbled squares make this one of the most peaceful
spots in Dublin, despite its central location.
Christ Church Cathedral
A medieval cathedral and the oldest building in Dublin.
The crypt is almost as big as the entire upper church
and the oldest part of the building dates back to 1180
providing some unusual examples of Norman and Gothic
No weekend break to the city would be complete without
a visit to the castle. Take the guided tour and see
the remains of a building originally constructed in
National Gallery of Ireland
An impressive collection of Irish and European art including
some 2500 paintings, water-colours, drawings, prints
and sculpture. The museum has recently been completely
renovated and a new extension was opened in 2002.
a low cost quote on a weekend break in Dublin or
any other European
city break destination, just ask.