The Dublin Hop On, Hop Off Tour

  • Tour code: 645-626
  • Available: Daily
  • Depart from: Dublin, Ireland
  • Duration: 1 Hour 30 Minutes
From USD$22.72

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With 28 stops at Dublin's top visitor attractions and a live guide there is no better way to see Dublin! Meander through Dublin's streets to discover the City's hidden treasures on this 1hr 20min walk.

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  • One Ticket - Two Tour Routes!

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Adult:$22.72
Child:$11.96
Senior:$20.33
Student:$20.33
  • Child rates: Child rates apply to those who are 3-14 yrs old. Senior rates: Senior rates apply to those who are over 65 yrs old. Student rates: Student rates apply to those who are 15-17 yrs have Student ID.
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  • Day 1 Dublin
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Day 1 Dublin

Explore the Dublin City with iconic red buses. City Sightseeing Dublin. Enjoy our open top hop on hop off bus tour of Dublin and stop at all of Dublin city's great attractions. Get great discounts at some of Dublin's most loved sights, shops, pubs and Cafe. Don't forget, 2 Kids go Free with every adult ticket. It's valid for you and 2 children! Explore the city on our open top buses with your 24 or 48 hour tickets, visit our 28 stops on 2 amazing routes. Join in on our FREE walking Tours! Original RED route and north side BLUE route that explores Glasnevin Cemetery, Botanic Gardens and Croke Park. This fun and friendly 90-minute tour departs every 8 to 20 minutes throughout the day and stops along the primary tour route include Trinity College, the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Castle, St Patrick's Cathedral, Kilmainham Gaol and the Old Jameson Distillery, Croke Park, Glasnevin Cemetery. Multilingual commentary and live guides on buses.

Ireland's most famous (and capital) city was originally a viking settlement. It is home to many landmarks and monument from across its colorful history, such as Dublin Castle, Trinity College, the Molly Malone statue, Mountjoy Square, and much more!

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    This research university is the most prestigious in Ireland. Established in 1592, it now educates over 16,000 students. Famous graduates include Jonathan Swift, Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett, and Bram Stoker.
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    The Guinness Storehouse examines both the history of beer brewing as well as the history of the company itself, complete with exhibits demonstrating the brewing process. A free pint of beer for each guest is included on each tour!
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    The very first structural components of this castle were set down in 1204. It was the seat of the ruling British government until 1922. Only one tower remains of the original medieval structure.
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    The largest church in all of Ireland is the National Cathedral and Collegiate Church of Saint Patrick at Dublin. The spire at its top juts 140 feet into the sky. It was built at the end of the 12th century.
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    This museum was once a prison in Dublin. It was first built in 1796 and was used to imprison (and eventually execute) many Irish revolutionaries. In 1971, it was converted into the current museum.
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    This facility was the original site where Jameson Whiskey was made until 1971. In 1997, it opened as a museum that details the history of the company and the process used to make their iconic product.
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    This large cemetery opened in 1832. Before then, Dublin's Catholic population had nowhere to bury their dead. Many famous Irishmen are interred here, including Michael Collins and Charles Parnell. It is mentioned in James Joyce's Ulysses.
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    Originally opened in 1884, this stadium in Dublin underwent redevelopment in the 1990s, which increased its capacity to 82,000, making it the third largest stadium in Europe.
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    The origin of this pub in Dublin traces all the way back to 1198, when it was merely a coach house. It has welcomed many famous patrons, such as James Joyce, who mentions it in his novel Ulysses.

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