The 48h long valid ticket enables you to hop-on and-off at several conveniently situated all over the city. There are two different routes provided.
Leave the bus for instance at Trinity College and have a look at Christ Church Cathedral or discover the exhibits of the rich history of Dublin at the Dublinia. Just as worthwhile is a stop at St. Patrick's Cathedral. For all of you who appreciate a good pint should visit the Guiness Storehouse or you have an original Irish Whiskey in The Old Jameson Distillery.
All itinieraries start at 13 Upper O'Connell Street. The Blue Route 2 takes you to Glasnevin Cemetary, the Botanical Garden and Croke Park, the largest stadium in Ireland.
Stops of Dublin tour:
14 Upper OConnell Street • Trinity College • Nassau Street • Leinster Street • National Art Gallery • Merrion Square No. 29 • St. Stephen's Green • Tourism Centre, Suffolk St • Dame Street • Dame Street (Walking Tour) • Christ Church Cathedral, Dublinia • St. Patricks Cathedral • High Street • Guinness Storehouse • Royal Hospital Kilmainham • Kilmainham Gaol • Heuston Station • Parkgate Street • Phoenix Park Dublin Zoo • National Museum - Decorative Arts & History • St. Michan’s Crypt • Bachelors Walk • Parnell Square Writers Museum
14 Upper OConnell Street • Trinity College • Nassau Street • Leinster Street • National Art Gallery • Merrion Square No. 29 • St. Stephen's Green • Tourism Centre, Suffolk St • Dame Street • Dame Street (Walking Tour) • Christ Church Cathedral, Dublinia • St. Patricks Cathedral • Guinness Storehouse • Glasnevin Cemetery • Croke Park
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Everything was perfect, everyone was kind and competent! Anytime again! Keep it up!!!
Everything went perfectly! The tours were interesting and the guide were really nice!!!
The tour was only partly translated into German. The English explainations by the guide were sometimes louder than the audio guide. The route goes only in one direction and the bus with audio guide only drives for about an hour. It's a pity.