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We did the Dublin Viking Duck Tour 2 hours after landing from the US to help us push through jet lag WORTH IT! This tour is funny, quick, witty, and provides a comfortable way to learn about Ireland and Dublin history by both land and sea. Enjoy wearing a Viking helmet and yelling/roaring at others. We went as honeymooners and were surrounded by groups of all ages, including several families. It was truly fun! It was recommended to me by a Dublin-native! Glad we booked it!
We had a great time! It was easy to find the meet up and we learned a lot about Dublin in a fun way.
We had a blast, the driver was cheerful and informative, my 9 year old granddaughter love it.
xcellent!!! really amusing driver and saw/learnt about another side of Dublin will DEFINITELY recommend
We always love Duck Tours, and this one did not disappoint!! Our kids loved the added viking helmets.
Two teachers traveling with 6 students this was a great introduction to the city. The driver was fun and the kids really enjoyed wearing the Viking hats.
the guides make it fun, and it is a low intensity way to get to know Dublin. It is especially good for those who have flown in that morning and have fallen victim to the hotel that does not have your room ready yet.
Fun and interesting, wear a VIking hat while driving around town. Pleasant guide, funny and knowledgable. You take a short water ride which is the highlight of the trip. My son loved it!
tour guide/driver very entertaining and informative,thought we might be on river a bit longer.
The tour guide was very funny but the boat part of it was a waste of time. Its basically a tour around the city.
Not exactly what I was expecting but worth doing none the less as it took us to parts of Dublin other tours didn't.
Thinking it would be a tour full of fun and facts it turned out to be boring. The guide was talking so fast with a pronounced accent tough to understand. It became tedious when every few minutes he pointed someone on the street by screaming Celts on the left or on the right - fun at first but repetitive.
If you wish to go down for about 10 minutes in the water and wear a viking helmet than this tour is for you otherwise, save your money and go do the walking tour which is far more interesting and 1/3 of the price.