First time in Dublin? Maximize your time and minimize the stress with a 24- or 48-hour pass for Dublin’s hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus tours. It’s the ideal compromise for independent travellers, with the flexibility to visit the sights at your own pace and on-board commentary to ensure you don’t miss anything. Best of all: you’ll enjoy unlimited access to three exciting routes – the original Red sightseeing route, the Blue North Dublin route and the brand-new Yellow route. All that plus special discounts and freebies at Dublin bars, restaurants and attractions!
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Create your perfect Dublin itinerary and see the city at your own pace with your 24- or 48-hour hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus tickets. Make the most of three different sightseeing routes and receive a booklet of great-value discounts, special offers and freebies at bars, restaurants and shops all around Dublin.
The RED route
Take the original RED sightseeing tour with audio commentary in 8 languages and buses running every 8 to 20 minutes from 9am till 7pm. Jump off to visit attractions like Trinity College, the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Castle, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Kilmainham Gaol and the Old Jameson Distillery.
The BLUE route
Follow the BLUE bus route, which departs every 30 minutes between 10am and 4pm (April-October only), and visits top attractions like Trinity College, the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Castle and St. Patrick's Cathedral. That’s not all: you can also jump off at Glasnevin Cemetery or Croke Park, home of the Gaelic Games. Along the way, listen to the on-board commentary and learn about legendary Irishmen like Daniel O’Connell, Charles Stewart Parnell, Michael Collins and Eamon DeValera.
The YELLOW route
Hop aboard the newest hop-on hop-off bus route, the YELLOW route, which departs every 30 minutes between 10am and 4pm (July-October only) and links Ballsbridge and the Southside hotels with the city center. Settle back for a 1.5-hour tour, with stops at the Aviva International Football and Rugby Stadium, The Baggot Street Bridge, Georgian Dublin and the Teelings distillery.
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