Dublin City Tour, Dublin

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    Dublin City tour

    by elcolibri Updated May 26, 2005

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    Dublin city tour is a good way to have the first contact with the most important point of the city. It is a hop on - hop off and last 1 hour and 15 minutes with 19 stops each located at the more popular attractions. The tour begin in Dublin Bus HQ in Upper O Connell Street. The ticket is valid 24 hours ie if you begin your travel at 16 hours you can use it till 16 hours of the next day, different from other cities where the validity of the ticket is only in the same day.
    The ticket cost 12,50 euros and child until 14 only 6.

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    The Hop on - Hop off bus

    by Ines28 Written Oct 20, 2004
    Hop on - hop off bus

    These are special sightseeing buses stopping at 19 locations near the most popular attractions. If you take the complete tour, it takes 1 hour 15 minutes. Buses operate frequently and you can hop on and off as often as you wish for 24 hours.

    Adult: EUR 12,50
    Student: EUR 11,00
    Children: EUR 6,00

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    Tours buses of Dublin

    by Kodi01 Written Jan 27, 2004

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    Dublin tour bus

    This is one of many typical tour buses of Dublin.

    You can get on one that hops on and off at the major attractions for about $15.00.

    We just walked the city by foot. It is a very walkable city unless you are tired and then I recommend this method.

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    Spot the Tourist!

    by faboo Written Nov 19, 2003

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    that's my elbow

    a great way to see most of the sites is to take the city bus tour. of course, riding the tour bus you pretty much stick out. you'll get heckled by the locals, but who cares... you are there to see the town. and not everyone is like that. the cool thing aboot the bus tour is that for a 24hour period, you can get off whenever and ride the next one. that way if you know what you want to see, or where you want to go this allows you to do so.

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    HOP ON - HOP OFF DAYTOURS

    by eden_teuling Written May 15, 2003

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    DAYTOURS INFO

    4. THE NEWGRANGE TOUR

    Visit Bru na Boinne visitor centre incl. a guided tour of the Neolithic passage tombs of Newgrange (3.000 BC)which predate the Egyptian Pyramids !

    Departs: Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays only from: 10 AM Tourism Centre, Suffolk St..

    Please note that all passengers for the Newgrange Tour must go to DESK 1 at the Tourism Centre ! 15 minutes prior to Departure, which makes things easier and quicker.....

    5. THE WICKLOW MOUNTAINS, VALLEYS AND LAKES TOUR.

    Inc. Ballykissangel, Glendalough and Russborough House.

    Operates on SUNDAYS ONLY !

    Departure: 10.30AM Gresham Hotel

    To book AFTER HOURS use this phone number: +353 1 458 0663

    NOTE: advanced bookings required for tours 2 - 5 !!!

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    City Tour by Bus

    by Krumel Updated Feb 2, 2003

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    Most of Dublin’s tourist attractions can easily be reached on foot, but if you do not intend to spend much time in Dublin a City Tour by bus might be an alternative. The tour starts and ends at McDonald’s on O’Connell Street, and buses leave every 10-15 minutes. You can get off at any of the 16 stops around the city and continue on with the next bus. The complete tour lasts about 1 hour 30 minutes and a ticket costs 12.50 Euros, is valid for a day, and you will get reductions on some of the admissions along the way.

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    Dublin Tour

    by Witinha Updated May 26, 2004
    Dublin Tour

    This bus is the best way to go from monument to monument in Dublin.
    A 24 hours ticket costs you something like 18 euros (?).
    You can hop on and hop off whenever you want, with the same ticket.

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    We have taken this touristical...

    by RitchiS1 Written Sep 12, 2002

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    Dublin

    We have taken this touristical bus for going around DUBLIN. you can leave the bus at predestinated stations and do the rest by walking . A good choice :-))

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