Dublin’s top family attractions are the least expensive in the world, according to a new survey by The Sunday Telegraph.
The newspaper examined prices charged by nine of the most popular tourist attractions in major cities around the world as well as the cost of an open-top bus ride.
In Dublin, a family of four would pay only €226 (£180) if they wanted to take part in all ten activities, compared with £549.30 in London.
Frank Magee, chief executive of Dublin Tourism said he was “thrilled” with the results of the survey.
“Dublin has a vast array of attractions all of which offer a truly authentic Dublin experience to the visitor at very affordable prices,” he said.
Mr. Magee also noted that there were many free attractions and events in the Irish capital.
“The National Museums of Ireland are a shining example of great-quality attractions which are free to visit.
“These, along with the many free events and initiatives such as Dublin”s eco-cabs, prove that you don”t have to spend a fortune to enjoy Dublin.”
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