Dublin Sightseeing Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour - Dublin
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The Official Hop-on Hop-Off Bus Tour is the ideal way to get to grips with all that Dublin has to offer. The enthusiastic, knowledgeable team at Dublin Sightseeing have created a brilliant day out for the entire family.
Ride in comfort whatever the weather (you decide whether to brave the elements or take the safe option). Tickets can also be used on both the 'live' English speaking tour and the Multilingual pre-recorded tour which use the same route.
The tour has over 30 stops across two exciting routes. On the 90-minute Original Route, you can enjoy Dublin's most well-known attractions such as Trinity College, Temple Bar, Christ Church Cathedral, the Guinness Storehouse and much more - though of course you may be tempted to do a lot of hopping. On the shorter Docklands Route, you can see many of Dublin's most recent developments such as the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre and visit attractions like the Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship and U2 Graffiti Wall. Your ticket (which can be purchased in advance or directly from the driver) allows you to hop on and off as often as you wish.
Buses operate frequently, and each ticket is good for 2 days - 2nd Day Free. So if you don't get around to everything the first day, don't worry - you get another chance. Kids also go free (2 under 14yrs with every fare-paying adult - additional children €8). Book online here.
Every Dublin Bus tour guide is a Fáilte Ireland Approved Guide. They proudly excel in providing entertaining and interesting live commentary for every Dublin attraction, and are at hand to assist you with any query on each bus throughout the tour.
If you're looking to stretch those legs, why not try a walking tour delivered by one of Dublin's best known historians? Pat Liddy's Walking Tours are a 'must do' when in Dublin. Normally €10, this is available FREE to all Dublin Sightseeing Hop-on Hop-off Tour ticket holders!
All those on the city tour are also entitled to FREE entry into the wonderful Little Museum of Dublin. Normally €7, this museum tells the story of Dublin through the 20th century.
You can even bring home a memento of your tour - buy the Official Tour songs CD from the Dublin Bus booking office and relive your holiday over and over again...
For private bookings, and private hires, city tours can be customised to cater for your group's specific interests. For more information, please email email@example.com
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