If you’re heading over to the Emerald Isle, don’t go unless you’ve spent some time exploring VisitDublin.com. The site is loaded with tons of ways to save money and guarantee a fabulous visit. The site is a prime example of a tourist bureau doing things right.
Let’s get our priorities straight right away and begin our search with where to find “A Great Pint At A Great Price”. You’ll find reviews by other travelers, prices and a handy mapping feature. If you have a favorite pub of your own, give a review and be entered to win a 2 night vacation break.
On to the sightseeing…. Dublin is best toured on foot and you’ll find the (free to download) Dublin iWalks invaluable. There are topics like Castles and Cathedrals, Viking and Medieval Dublin, and of course, all things Guinness – all narrated by renowned author, historian and artist, Pat Liddy. Even if you don’t plan to walk these routes – they are wonderful to listen to before your journey.
Time to scoot inside and avoid the raindrops? You’re in luck, find an interesting (free) local attraction by clicking on Dublin On A Budget. You’ll find an ample listing of free venues. If the attraction you desire is not free to enter, you’ll want to purchase a Dublin Pass which gives you free admission to many attractions, special discounts, free airport transfers and many more features.
And when you’re ready to try your hand on at Ireland’s second favorite pastime (Pub hopping being the first), take advantage of The Dublin Golf Pass. There are three programs to choose from offering world-class golf at discounted rates.
Now all you need is a great vacation package to get you there. Have a look at Irish Getaway’s latest promotion, The Premier Castle Getaway – 8 nights for $849 per person, which includes 4 nights in Dublin, 4 nights at luxury Castle Hotels, rental car and airfare!