Most and Least Expensive European Cities

Traveling to Europe? Some cities offer great value. Others, not so much.

Value: Dublin

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The Celtic Tiger has been tamed by the same sort of debt crisis impacting Spain, Portugal, and Greece. While not a cheap destination, Dublin is now much more affordable than in recent years. Admission to many major attractions (Dublinia, Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin Castle, Kilmainham Gaol) costs $10 or less.

  • Average 2010 hotel rate: $131 (down 9 percent)
  • Price of beer (pint): $5.84–$7.79
  • Two-mile taxi ride: $11.11
  • State Department 2011 per diem: $452 (down 9 percent)

Most and Least Expensive European Cities

Value: Dublin

The Celtic Tiger has been tamed by the same sort of debt crisis impacting Spain, Portugal, and Greece. While not a cheap destination, Dublin is now much more affordable than in recent years. Admission to many major attractions (Dublinia, Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin Castle, Kilmainham Gaol) costs $10 or less.

  • Average 2010 hotel rate: $131 (down 9 percent)
  • Price of beer (pint): $5.84–$7.79
  • Two-mile taxi ride: $11.11
  • State Department 2011 per diem: $452 (down 9 percent)
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