So it's the bank holiday weekend and you're broke. All you mates are heading to Forbidden Fruit and a handful of you are looking for something to do. Well, you can have a whale of a time this Bank Holiday weekend for €20 or less.
With everything from brunch to outdoor cinemas, there's something for everyone on this list. We've rounded up some super fun and most importantly, inexpensive activities to do this bank holiday weekend that won't cost you and arm and a leg.
1. Have a delish brunch at Fia Cafe
For around €20 you can have brunch for two with coffee at this amazing Rathmines cafe. They source local ingredients and do proper wholesome food.
2. Head to a Retro drive-in movie
This Saturday 3rd June, there will be a big screen showing Finding Dory, Back to the Future and Jaws at Dublin Port. Tickets are €28 per car, which if you split with your four mates will only cost €7 each.
3. Do the Howth cliff walk
This free activity is perfect for your bank holiday Sunday. Walk, jog or run your way around the cliff and take in some of the breath-taking views.
4. Head to Pyg Sundays to see Craig Richards
Tickets are only €11 and all drinks are 40% off. Sure you'd be mad not to.
5. Walk in the National Botanic Gardens
This free activity is something everyone should do at least once. Gander at all the lovely greenery and plants and embrace the tranquillity of it all.
6. Catch a film at the Lighthouse Cinema
Check out some of the unique indie films that the cinema shows on the big screen. Student tickets are only €8 and we guarantee it'll be way more interesting than a blockbuster.
7. Head to Eatyard
This amazing pop-up food market in Portobello has been making quite a stir lately. Featuring food truck stalls with everything from vegan "fishcakes" to authentic Honk-Kong bubble waffles, there's something for everyone here. Prices are around €8 for food and €5.50 for a pint next door at the Bernard Shaw.
Add us on Snapchat – @collegetimesct