The double deck bus tours are a great way to get around the city and to many of the major sites. The top deck of the bus is open, and when I rode up there I was able to see a lot more interesting architectural details than I could from the ground. There are two different lines - the red and the yellow. The ticket is good for both lines and lasts for 24 h, so if you purchase it in the afternoon of one day, it's still good for the next morning.
This is fun bus tour of the city you can get on and off. The tickets are good for longer than the day, so it isn't a bad deal (10 Euro when we were there). You can also use this bus a means of transportation, but during peak traffic hours you are better off walking.
Another good way in seeing the city is by taking a city tour bus. You can get off at any stop while on the tour but its worth staying on and getting all the information on the places you wish to see first.
This was great value for money on the Dublin tour bus,it takes approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes for the fully guided tour but you can hop on and off when you like,when you purchase your ticket its lasts for a full 24 hours which is good if you intend to visit places for longer.
You can join the tour bus anywhere along the route and pay the driver,You also get a complimentry map and discount guide.It covers the most popular attractions like the Guinness storehouse,dublin castle etc.
Price is 12 euros 50 for adults and 6 euros for children.
open top bus that go`s on a circular route around dublin ticket includes a map with numbered stops at the places of interest,
drivers give good commentry, ticket lasts 24 hours can get on and off anytime in this 24 hour period
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.
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
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.
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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