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Dublin Pass with Hop-On Hop-Off Tour and Entry to Over 30 Attractions

From US$68,92
Highlights
  • Save money and time with a cost-effective, digital, Dublin Pass 
  • Gain skip-the-line access and avoid long lines at many attractions 
  • Get free entry to more than 25 attractions with your pass
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Dublin Pass with Hop-On Hop-Off Tour and Entry to Over 30 Attractions
From US$68,92
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1-Day Dublin Pass Most Popular
Unlimited use of pass for one calendar day from time of first use
US$68,92
2-Day Dublin Pass
Unlimited use of pass for two consecutive calendar days from time of first use
US$90,31
3-Day Dublin Pass
Unlimited use of pass for three consecutive calendar days from time of first use
US$110,51
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Overview
Ticking off all of Dublin's highlights can often be expensive. Save a ton of money with this digital Dublin Pass, which includes admission tickets to more than 25 city attractions, a hop-on hop-off tour, and more than 20 special offers for Dublin shops and restaurants. A great choice for budget-conscious travelers or families.
What to Expect
To take advantage of all the benefits of your Dublin Pass, download the pass on your mobile device and get ready to explore Dublin!

Your pass is valid and starts from your first use. You can only use your pass on consecutive days if you’ve purchased a multi-day pass.

With this Dublin Pass, you can plan your own itinerary for your visit to Ireland’s capital city. Pick from top attractions such as the Guinness Storehouse, Jameson Distillery, Dublin Zoo, Christ Church Cathedral, and Aviva Stadium. Get free entrance with your pass, and at some attractions even get skip-the-line access.

You can also take a hop-on, hop-off tour through Dublin that grants you access to a bus around the city for 24 hours.
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1 - 5 of 45 reviews

Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Not quite up to scratch

We bought Dublin Passes a few weeks before travelling to Ireland. Great expectations of a previously well regarded pass. Imagine our despair on arriving to discover that the Pope had just arrived. Collected our cards and we're then given a list of all the closures...More

Thank David T
Reviewed 3 days ago
Entertaining and Interesting

Great way to get around Dublin. We used it during the day mainly for transportation and the drivers provided excellent commentary mixed with information and history along the routes. Well worth the cost especially for the discounts at the various attractions.

Thank mnovac011
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Fantastic

We took a number of hop on hop off buses throughout the city, each driver was knowledgeable and helpful. On one occasion we got onto Kilians (sorry for the spelling). What an incredible guide. He was funny, informative and had the whole bus singing along...More

Thank taz_lady_taz
Reviewed 1 week ago
Great value

The Dublin pass is a great value, saving time and money to see all the best attractions in and around the city. We had 1 day to hit the top attractions and had no problem seeing everything on our list! However, I highly recommend you...More

Thank Lori D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Read the fine print and also read between the lines, buyer beware.

We purchased a 5 day pass, and we were looking forward using the hop on hop off bus to get around the city and see the sights. The website says the bus is for 24 hours, which we inadvertently assumed was per day. If you...More

2  Thank Jlangii
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Lindsey B
18 September 2018|
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Response from Tourist795848 | Reviewed this property |
24 hours from the time you first board the bus
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Kenzi B
1 September 2018|
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Response from Tourist795848 | Reviewed this property |
I believe all the tourist info offices in Dublin sell them.
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