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City Sightseeing Dublin Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

From US$25,00
Highlights
  • Create a personalized sightseeing itinerary during a hop-on hop-off tour of Dublin
  • Discover the city at your own pace on a double-decker city sightseeing bus 
  • Enjoy unobstructed views from the upper deck, and listen to audio commentary 
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City Sightseeing Dublin Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
From US$25,00
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24-Hour Ticket
Ticket valid for 24 hours from the time of first use for all lines
From US$25,05
48-Hour Ticket
Ticket valid for 48 hours from the time of first use for all lines. 'Dublin City by Night 1-Hour Bus Tour' is included with 48-hour ticket only between April and October 8pm & 9.30pm
From US$31,31
Overview
Discover Dublin at your own pace on a hop-on hop-off city bus tour, the ideal choice for travelers that prefer a flexible approach to sightseeing. Choose between a 1- or 2-day ticket, and create a personalized sightseeing itinerary using a 28-stop route. Cost-effective and convenient, a hop-on hop-off tour is designed for independent explorers looking to maximize their time in Ireland’s capital. Plus a discount card and walking tour are also included.
What to Expect

After redeeming your 1- or 2-day ticket, climb aboard a distinctive double-decker bus at one of 28 stops scattered throughout the city. Travel along the red or blue route to tick off top Dublin attractions such as Parnell Square, Trinity College, Christ Church Cathedral, and Dublinia, hopping off whenever you wish to explore further.

On-board audio commentary keeps you in the loop while an open-top upper deck lets you absorb unobstructed views of the city. This tour also includes access to a walking tour and a discount card for numerous Dublin attractions, shops, and restaurants.

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Reviewed yesterday
This was a great way to get around Dublin in a fun and informative way!

I would highly recommend the Hop On Hop Off- clean, informative and excellent drivers. It hits all the hot spots of Ireland. I would buy the Guinness and Jail tours ahead of time. If you want to do all the stops on all the lines...More

1  Thank sd0ucette
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Great way to get to know the city

We always use the hop on hop off bus tours when visiting cities both at home and away. It’s a great way to orientate yourself with the city and get to know more about the various tourist attractions and land marks.

1  Thank Mosschops1982
Reviewed 5 days ago
It saves your legs.....

What a perfect way to see Dublin! I purchased a '48 hour' City Sightseeing ticket. Cost 25 (euro). Easy to obtain, just visit (or get met in the street by a marketer) the Kiosk. Its definitley well worth the money (especially when its raining) and...More

Thank Judy D
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile
Great way to get around

I used this as my primary mode of transportation. The routes are good though some streets I thought were too small for the bud. The guides were friendly and helpful.

Thank Eric P
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile
Great activity in Dublin

Here for two days from the UK . Great tour to see the loads of things there are to do in Dublin . Had a little trouble needing to print tickets after buying online so I would recommend buying them at the kiosk office itself...More

1  Thank Ruby_EBirch
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rrfmd2003
17 April 2018|
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Response from timeagain | Reviewed this property |
probably the best use of your time would be to take the hop on hop off bus tour which stops at all the popular sites and allows you the flexibility of deciding which ones you want to see in more detail and spend more time at... More
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sd0ucette
10 April 2018|
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Response from jane s | Reviewed this property |
The green bus is operated by the council, the red bus by 'City Sightseeing' who seem to be everywhere in the world and are excellent as you know. They have two routes - blue and red, both included for the same price. Take... More
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gerald C
4 April 2018|
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Response from Ann C | Reviewed this property |
If you get a DublinPass and register at the airport the bus is free. Otherwise it's 7€. Very quick and comfy and stops in O'Connell Street. Hop on hop off blue will take you to the river and docks and the red one takes you... More
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