Dublin, a dynamic capital city with a friendly environment and intimate people, hosts a seamless blend of excellent visitor sights, natural playgrounds, and social life. The town is an adventurous spot framed with Dublin Bay and mountains. City’s mix of heritage and hedonism offers an endless number of museums, entertainment stops, and other attractions. The town of renowned Trinity College provides a bundle of joy in the form of several major tourist attractions like the Christ Church Palace, Old Kilmainham, Phoenix Park, Cork Hill, and many others. Get to see the most famous places in Dublin like the Guinness storehouse from top of the double deck buses and Hop-off to explore more about the areas of your interest.
Make a start of the adventurous trip from the open-top bus at Upper O’Connell Street. The bus will take you to a few most striking landmarks and buildings that make Dublin a unique city. Hop-off at Nassau Street and admire its intricate beauty. The Art lovers will surely find National Art Gallery pleasing for a visit. Get on the bus again to head towards Merrion Square where you can take a stroll around Georgian-style gardens. The Phoenix Park is another site of tourist attraction where locates the Aras an Uachtarain, the residence of President of Ireland, Papal Cross and a favorite venue for kids the Dublin Zoo.
If you feel hunger pangs, grab a bite at College Green and enjoy the city scenes including passers-by. The tour includes the city’s two most famous Cathedrals, i.e., St. Patrick’s Cathedral and Christ Church Cathedral, which are must-visiting places while you are at Dublin. If you wish to experience Dublin’s lifestyle, settle yourself at the Guinness Storehouse and order a freshly-made, cold pint of Guinness and quench your thirst. Dublin is famous for having several quays. You will come along Arran Quay, Custom House Quay and Ormond Quay on the bus tour. The bus tour allows unlimited hop-offs so prepare an itinerary for yourself to explore the places of your interest.
Paper/ Printed Vouchers: You must redeem your vouchers at one of the following location:
- Tourist Office, 37 College Green, Dublin 2
- Tourism Office, 69 O'Connell Street, Dublin 1
Mobile Voucher: You can redeem your voucher at any of the tour stops along the route or at one of the above offices.
Kids go free!: 2 children aged between 5 and 12 years travel free with every paying adult. You will be given the two complimentary tickets on arrival and there is no need to add the child tickets to your basket when buying online.
Hop-on, Hop-off Bus Tour:
First Tour: 9:00am, Last Tour: 600pm
Frequency: every 20 minutes
Duration: 105 minutes
Please note that the bus will only pick passengers up from bus stops 23-27 between 9:25am and 9:40am
Guided Walking Tour:
Operation: Tour runs daily
Departure times: 10:00am from 37 College Green and 10:45am from 69 O'Connell Street
Duration: 3 hours
No cancellation charges up to 24 hours before the chosen travel date. However you can redeem the ticket within 3 months from purchase date.
Stop 1: Irish Whiskey Museum
Stop 2: Dublin Castle
Stop 3: Christchurch Cathedral
Stop 4: St Patrick's Cathedral
Stop 5: The Dublin Liberties Distillery
Stop 6: Guinness Storehouse
Stop 7: Pearse Lyons Distillery
Stop 8: Irish Museum of Modern Art
Stop 9: Kilmainham Gaol
Stop 10: Heuston Station
Stop 11: Phoenix Park
Stop 12: Parkgate Street
Stop 13: Collins Barracks
Stop 14: Smithfield Square
Stop 15: Temple Bar
Stop 16: The Writers' Museum
Stop 17: O'Connell Street
Stop 18: The GPO
Stop 19: EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum
Stop 20: The Convention Centre Dublin
Stop 21: U2 Studios
Stop 22: Ballsbridge (9:25am) *
Stop 23: RDS Main Hall (9:27am) *
Stop 24: Simmonscourt (9:30am) *
Stop 25: Morehampton Road (9:37am) *
Stop 26: Leeson Street Upper (9:40am) *
Stop 27: Merrion Square
Stop 28: Merrion Street
Stop 29: St Stephen's Green
Stop 30: Dawson Street
* Pick up only between 9:25am - 9:40am