|Gasoline (1 liter)||$3.04|
|Monthly Pass (local transport)||$230.08|
|1 Summer dress in a chain store||$80.23|
|Internet (6 Mbps, unlimited data)||$64.89|
|Water bottle (1.5 liter)||$2.43|
|1 Pair of Jeans||$120.41|
|Imported beer at restaurant||$9.59|
|Pack of cigarettes||$17.83|
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Tip: Did you know that Ireland's number one tourist attraction is the Guinness Storehouse? Come and take a tour, and get familiarized with one of the most important and well-known alcohol brands in the world. This seven story, self guided tour offers you a world of information and tastings of the world's most loved stout. Note: Booking a tour online lets you save 10% off of general admission.
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Trinity College is another promising site to visit during anyone's trip to Dublin. This picturesque university was built in the 1500's and is the alma mater of such Irish legends as Samuel Beckett and Oscar Wilde. One of the main draws of the University is its amazing library, which houses such legends as the Book of Kells (an over 1,000 Celtic manuscript,) as well as the Book of Durrow and the Book of Armagh. Many recommend the guided tour, offered by students, which gives an excellent historical context and explanation of the University and its landmarks.
Travel to Dublin and visit Dublin Castle-once the British's seat of power in Ireland, which dates back to the 1200's. If you're expecting a posh, sprawling castle-then don't. It's more of an administrative building than a huge castle fit for a king. A guided tour is an excellent place to learn about Irish history.
Kilmainham Gaol was Ireland's leading prison, and the perfect place to learn about the troubled history of Ireland. It was the housing ground of those to be executed during the war of independence, and Ireland's roughest prison. The tour is 2 hours long, and all who visit sing its praises, especially after seeing the main prison block. Tip: Travelers note, with the vast amount of stairs, it is not handicapped accessible or the best choice for those with walking difficulties.
The National Gallery of Ireland is home to beloved works of European art by the likes of Caravaggio, Goya and Vermeer, as well as a number of works by Irish painters. The perfect place to go if you're an art aficionado or the weather is poor.
Visit the most authentic Irish pub in Dublin, Kehoe's, a staple for fine Guinness, good times and a tavern type bar. There are many regulars here which add to the ambience and provides a taste of local flavor into your pub-crawling experience.
Take a walk on the green side by visiting St. Stephens Green, and an urban park with sculptures, statues of leading Irish writers, beautiful gardens and right in the middle of a city! Take time to relax and enjoy the view.
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