Travel Writing by Cory Hanson

The Frugal Guide: Dublin

April 2016 Update Available Now!

The latest update is available for free direct download from these and other eBook distributors:

If you like the book, don’t forget to leave a rating and a review. These reviews promote the book and will help more travelers find it – without the need for expensive advertising and promotion. To interact further, visit and like The Frugal Guide: Dublin on Facebook. Leave a comment, watch for updates, and stay in touch.

Enjoy a sample of the Amazon Kindle version below:

In addition to the free book, I’m producing a series of audio tours, interviews, and other supplemental audio content for the sensible spender in Dublin. Subscribe on iTunes or find each episode at Also, feel free to listen to the latest episodes in the player below.



Special thanks to everyone who encouraged me and pushed me to finish this project: the blog readers who first asked for my Dublin advice and later cheered me on through the long writing and editing process; my family and friends who not only gave me emotional support, but who looked over my book drafts to point out everything from unfamiliar and unclear references to glaring typos that I had missed; and everyone who has downloaded, read, shared, reviewed, and – most importantly – used and enjoyed the book. I’m proud to have produced something that will help so many Dublin visitors, now and in the future.

Was this book or podcast helpful or informative? I genuinely hope so. This project has been the product of countless hours of research, traveling, and writing – and the work is always ongoing. I am continuing to keep the book updated and am always looking for even more fun (and free!) things to do in this great city.

To help the book reach more tightwad travelers, please share the book with friends and family and through your social channels. Like and share the book on Facebook ( and follow me on Twitter ( Use the hashtag #frugaldublin when talking about the book or the podcast on social networks.

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Enjoy your visit to Dublin!

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