Quickie: 48 hours in… Dublin

Text and photos by Nina Sarmiento

In my previous post, I listed down ways on how to travel for less in Europe. One of which is to just roam around and tour the many fab landmarks, museums and galleries which you can visit either for free or for a token fee.

This is why I’m re-posting this week Gypsygals’ Tales Quickie guide to the capital city of Ireland. I’m positive that this post will show that you don’t need to spend a lot of euros to enjoy Dublin!

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Dublin – the city of a thousand pubs and a thousand bards, the historically hip capital of Ireland. In this city full of Craic (ah..that’s the Old Irish for a dose of fun!), sightseeing means an itinerary filled with something old, new and wonderfully brewed. (read more here)

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  1. Steve Said:

    I’ve never been to Dublin, although I’ve always wanted to go. I want to time my trip to coincide with Bloomsday which takes place there every year on June 16th. That’s when Dublin celebrates James Joyce and relive his book Ulysses which is set in Dublin. People dress up in Edwardian costumes and there are pub crawls. There are also tours that go to each area found in the book. It sounds like it would be lots of fun.

    • Oh god, im not a big fan of james joyce but that that is one lit event that i’d like to be in. i hope i could visit my sister next year to join that tour.

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