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Nice experience, love the pouring a pint of Guinness experience. Well done. The 360 degree view of Ireland is an added bonus.
The hop-on hop-off bus in Dublin was excellent. Even though traffic was congested, it seemed to keep moving pretty quickly and we never had to wait long to get back on. We were always able to find a spot on the top of the bus and it went to all the places we wanted to see.
A little difficult to find the tour office but we did after asking several people. Be sure and bring ear buds if you want to hear any of the commentary as it is very loud and hard to hear if you are on the top bus deck.
The bus doesn't run after about 4pm. So you must start early to really get in all the sights.
We really enjoy this tour! Would recommend it to anyone who wants to get to know the city.
Excellent tour, the buses were plentiful and on time. I highly recommend this tour.
Took the bus and seen the whole city. If you have walking problem...this is the tour for you. The bus provided us with ear buds so you could hear the points of interests ahead of time I case you want to get off.
Lots of construction going on in the city of Dublin, so hop-on hop-off bus took forever. We finally had to get off before circuit was completed in order to make our assigned time to visit the Book of Kells at Trinity College. Only used the bus again twice -- to get from Trinity College to Guinness Storehouse and then back again to main part of city, where we took a taxi back to our cruise ship.
This tour makes getting around this big busy city easy as it stops at all the interesting places giving you an overview and saves lots of walking!
One of the driver was very good. Provided live information.
This is more like a museum. Not worth it for us.
Great- very pleased
The buses worked as they were supposed to, but we were disappointed to realize that the "easy 20 min. walk from the cruise line pier" for a stop toted on the Viator website was really 40 mins. Thankfully there was a free shuttle bus from either the cruise line or the city, not sure which. Turns out there's multiple piers in Dublin and we were not docked at the main terminal. This was a NCL cruise. It was pouring down rain that day, after a month of no rain, so traffic was bad and the buses were crowded, even tho' it was Oct. At the end of the day, we got a little messed up when we got on the bus to go back to Kildare St. where the shuttle bus to the docks left us, we were going the wrong way on the loop and realized we weren't going to make it back for the 4:30 pick-up. It's quite a long loop. We ended up getting off at stop 17 and having to get a taxi back to the docks, which was about 20 euros. And folks, taxis in Dublin do not take credit cards! So be sure you have some euros.
This was a great way to get around the city, and see all of the main tourist attractions!
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 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.
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