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QUIZ: Where Should Your Next Weekend Break Be?

Let’s find out.

THERE’S NOTHING NICER than taking a spontaneous weekend away. Just getting the notion to head for the hills, or wherever you fancy, and doing it.

It doesn’t have to be somewhere exotic – just getting out of your normal routine for a couple of days is a great way to feel reinvigorated.

But where should you go on your next weekend break? There are so many options in Ireland to head off to for the weekend – nowhere is really that far away.

So, let’s see where your next weekend break should be.

1. Do you fancy a city or country getaway?
2. Will you be going by yourself, with a significant other, one friend, or a group of people?
By myself
With a group

With my significant other
With a friend
3. Pick a movie...
The Wind That Shakes The Barley
PA Images
The Quiet Man

Calvary
Universal Pictures
Angela's Ashes
4. How rebellious are you?
PA Images
Not at all
Very

I'm a rebel... without a cause
I can be when necessary
5. Choose one...
6. What are you into?
Walking in fantastic scenery
Culture

Shopping
Being active
7. Do you prefer books or films?
8. Are you a foodie?
Absolutely
I enjoy a nice restaurant

I do like to eat alright
I've been known to partake in a nice meal on occasion
Answer all the questions to see your result!
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Cork
The city of Rebels is calling you. There's lots to see in the so-called Real Capital, like culture, shopping and city life as you take a stroll down Patrick Street. Just don't say "I will, yeah?"
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Limerick
Head over to Limerick and discover what all the fuss is about. There's the beautiful river Shannon, the surrounding countryside and lots of charm to soak up. A boy the kid!
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Galway
The City of Tribes has your name on it. The city out West is known for its arty vibe, laidback attitude and brilliant nightlife... As well as an appreciation for Supermacs.
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Sligo
Yeats country it may be, but there's more to Sligo than the famous poet. The surrounding countryside and walks are beyond compare, so it's ideal for a chilled-out break.
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Book your train ticket in advance to avail of Iarnród Éireann’s Seat Sale – with fares from just €14.99.  Whether it’s time to plan your next weekend getaway or trip home, there’s no better way to travel than the train. Find out more at irishrail.ie

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