Profitez d'un accès gratuit à plus de 30 attractions parmi les plus populaires de Dublin pour un prix imbattable avec le Dublin Pass. Bénéficiez d'un accès gratuit au célèbre Guinness Storehouse, au musée GAA, au château de Dalkey et à d'autres sites et symboles célèbres, et profitez d'un billet coupe-file très pratique pour certaines attractions. Visitez à loisir avec cette excursion en bus à arrêts multiples de 24 heures offerte. En outre, détendez-vous et profitez d'un transfert gratuit de l'aéroport de Dublin jusqu'au centre-ville, et profitez de remises généreuses dans certains magasins, restaurants, et bien plus encore. Choisissez entre 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 ou 6 jours de validité et, armé de votre pass, profitez de la liberté de créer votre propre itinéraire, aidé de votre guide touristique de Dublin.
Pour la 2éme fois, nous avons utilisé votre site. La 1ère étant pour une excursion dans les Monts du Wicklow le 25/04/2016. Pour ce qui concerne le Dublin Pass, utilisé le 26/04/2016, nous sommes déçus par cette réservation. En effet, votre site indique la prison de Kilmainham comme faisant partie des entrées gratuites, alors qu'elle ne figure pas sur le livret remis avec la carte. D'autre part, le chauffeur du City Sightseeing Hop On - Hop Off, nous a refusés l'accès du bus, prétendant que nous avions dépassé la somme autorisée. Vérification faite, nous avions bénéficié à ce moment là de 56,50 au total, loin des 90 mentionnés dans le livret. Dommage ! .
This bus experience was a great start to seeing the city. The Guinness Experience made the price of this ticket worth it. My difficulties with it were from a lack of information as to where to pick up the bus. The answer is O'Connell Street. But, you have to ask around for the correct bus. Nowhere on the ticket or purchase receipt did it state this. We really did not have time with the 24 hour pass to use the included sightseeing options. I would really only recommend this ticket if you are purchasing for 48 hours. Otherwise, the regular hop on bus is much less expensive.
I appreciated the fact that there were people located near the signs and/or bus stops, with appropriate labels which let me know who to speak to regarding timing etc. They also advised me as to which bus tours were long and which short. I loved seeing the highlights of Dublin from up higher that street-level ...plus our driver, Dermo gave us more history than I'd expected complete with some well-sung songs - songs that complimented the particular building/pub or time in Irish history!.. Bravo!
Would wait to purchase when I arrive in the future. Bus drivers were not familiar with the new Viator QR paper, was told we needed to activate. Unfortunately spent hours on Sunday 9/2 trying to get to the right person before offices closed, we made it with 10 minutes to spare Between the bus drivers, the hop on hop off office on O'Connell St, then sent to the Dublin Visitor center on Grafton St not far from the Dublin Castle to be told our printed passes did not need to be activated. And were told we were not the first visitors to have this problem, but they were closing the Visitor Center so she was not able to do more than suggest the Dublin Castle to walk to before they closed. The next time we utilized the bus after we toured the Dublin Castle the bus driver had no issue with the paper Viator passes, we then got off at the Guinness Storehouse, mistake because it was closed by then but the bus driver did not mention this. Waited for the next bus and the next bus driver issued us the bus ticket that apparently should have been issued when we caught the bus near St. Patricks. The wait times were not accurate, the green Go Dublin buses came more frequently, found ourselves waiting for longer than 15-20 min. This was frustrating to lose hours of sightseeing because everyone was not on the same page. Also, we found the booking ref #, the IT # did not give us access to the Dublin Pass website to download the book electronically, per the email message we received prior to leaving the states. This was not the experience we were hoping for.