Great tour to see the sites and very handy when used in conjunction with the skip the line Guinness Storehouse tickets.
Amazing way to see the city.
did everything we wanted.
Gave us a good way to view the city.
The Powerscourt Gardens were the highlight of our trip around the UK. Viator provided a reasonably priced means of reaching the gardens, time to fully explore the gardens and a brief overview of Dublin itself. I would strongly recommend a trip to the gardens for anyone visiting Dublin and the use of Viator for the excursion.
The guide was very knowledgeable and enthusiast about the tour. He gave very interesting commentary about the history and current events in the history of Dublin. I highly recommend this tour.
Enjoyed this tour. Interesting displays and a pint of Guinness at the end with great views of the city. Front of line tickets was a plus.
Another great experience...these buses are the way to see a city.
Hop-on Hop-off is the best way to go. Pick and choose what you really want to see.
We had booked the bus tour through Viator.com and really enjoyed it. The commentary was both informative as well as funny and felt it was a great way of getting around to see the city.
We booked a historical walking tour through Viator.com that lasted a couple of hours and started at Trinity College. The tour guide was very knowledgable but the entire tour turned out to be about the history of Ireland and the divide between the Catholics and Protestants and we did not go to some of the places listed in their description like Temple Bar and Ha'Penny Bridge nor did we learn much about the places we visited with the exception of a Catholic church that had been hidden in the back yard of a building during a time that they were discriminated against. There were some interesting parts but much of the time I had a hard time paying attention because the content was boring to me and not at all what I expected.
Great to do. A license to print money by the business. Impressive top floor. Do front of the line. We skipped 200 metre line
There wasn't a line to get in, but if there was it would have been useful.
A little disappointing as was hard to take photos due to needing to drive. A good introduction of dublin
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