- Dublin transport and sightseeing pass, valid for 72 hours
- Enjoy unlimited travel between the city center and Dublin Airport
- Sightsee independently on a Dublin hop-on hop-off tour
- Listen to audio commentary about Dublin’s famous sights such as Trinity College and Guinness Storehouse
- Use the public bus service around central Dublin as often as you like
- Save on entrance to select top Dublin attractions
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What You Can Expect
Collect your pass from a conveniently located pick-up point and receive a map containing detailed information about Dublin and its significant sites. Use the map to devise an itinerary that suits your schedule and includes the complimentary hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus tour.
Also included with the Dublin Freedom Pass are the following; airport transfers by Airlink Express; public transport by bus during the daytime; and discounted entry to selected attractions.
Please see the Itinerary section below for a detailed explanation of services included with this indispensable pass.
Use the bus service to travel between Dublin Airport and the city center, Temple Bar and all Dublin train and bus stations. The convenient service operates daily, every 15 – 20 minutes.
Dublin Green Hop-On Hop-Off Tour:
Show your pass on a choice of two routes around the city, and see or visit Dublin’s top attractions at your own pace. Simply hop on or off wherever you like; any entrance fees are your own expense.
Stops include Cathal Brugha Street, Abbey Street Corner, Trinity College, Nassau Street, National Gallery of Ireland, Leinster House, St Stephen’s Green, Dublin Visitor Centre, Temple Bar, Dublin Castle, Christ Church Cathedral, St Patrick’s Cathedral, Guinness Storehouse, Museum of Modern Art, Kilmainham Gaol, Heuston Station, Dublin Zoo, Ryan’s Victoria bar, National Museum of Ireland, Old Jameson Distillery, Four Courts, Liffey River Cruise, Dublin bus HQ and Dublin Writers Museum.
Pink Route (New Docklands Tour):
Stops include Cathal Brugha Street, Abbey Street Corner, Busáras (central bus station), North Wall Quay, North Wall Quay at Clarlon Hotel, Grand Canal Dock, Cardiff Lane, Pearse Street and Gardiner Street Lower.
Dublin Public Transport:
Board any of the central Dublin buses to travel around the city.
Discounted Attraction Entrance:
- The Guinness Storehouse (up to 6% saving)
- The Old Jameson Distillery (up to 7% saving)
- The National Wax Museum Plus (10% saving)
With a dense network, the bus is the best means of transportation to the 4 corners of Dublin. And sightseeing PERMER easily know the interest points.
Easiest way to get around the city!
Louis N Canada
This pass was a godsend. I had only three days to spend in Dublin and had never visited this city before. The Freedom Pass enabled me to get my bearings in the City as well as providing quick, efficient transfer from the airport to the city centre. I loved the flexibility of being able to 'hop on, hop off'. The drivers were all excellent providing funny and interesting commentary. I would strongly recommend this tour to any visitor to Dublin, first time or not!
The Hop on Hop off Ticket is really good. You can ride every Bus and the stations are everywhere.
Well worth the money great value and the buses were very frequent. The bus drivers was very funny and very interesting to hear the history.
Very useful - good value for price. Knowledgeable drivers.
Best way to get around!
The hop on hop off bus tour was a great way to see the city. Great option on a raining day.
The airport bus to city has drivers who don't announce or make all the stops! Pay attention, because they are not!!!
well worth the money so easy to use!
An awesome experience. The drivers are knowledgeable, courteous, and fun. The 747 airlink is a great way to get from the airport to city centre.