Dublin Travel Costs
Although the prices of restaurants and pubs are quite expensive, it is made up for by the city’s economical accommodation, as it is relatively easy to find a cheap centrally located hotel in Dublin.
Another perk about Dublin is that most of its museums are free to visit.
This is a short list with some of Dublin’s prices, so you can get an idea of how much you'll spend on your trip:
Food and drinks
- Fish and chips: € 9 (US$ 9.70)
- Pint of beer: € 6 (US$ 6.50)
- Average meal for two: € 50 (US$ 53.70)
- Bus ticket: between € 2 (US$ 2.20) and € 3.30 (US$ 3.50) (depending on the distance).
- Aircoach bus ticket from the airport to the city centre: € 7 (US$ 7.50)
- Taxi from Dublin airport to the city centre: between € 45 (US$ 48.30) and € 50 (US$ 53.70)
- Entrance to the main museums: free
- 24-hour Dublin Pass: € 69 (US$ 74.10)
- A double room in a centrally located hotel: from € 60 (US$ 64.50)