City Sightseeing

3 Must-See Hop-off Attractions

Explore the treasures of Ireland's capital on our double-decker bus tour. Worried you won't be able to see much during your stay? No problem! Just make sure you hop off at these top 3 bus stops. First up is Dame Street, located in the heart of Dublin. Just hop on the Red Line and hop off at Bus Stop 10! Nearby, you'll be able to experience a Walking Tour, which starts from the Dublin Visitor Centre on Lower O'Connell Street. No trip to Dublin would be complete without a visit to the Guinness Storehouse. After all, it's the most popular tourist attraction in Ireland. Carry on along the Red Line and hop off at Bus Stop 14 for a quick pint. Don't forget about the Kilmainham Gaol Museum at Bus Stop 16 on the Blue Line, which offers you key knowledge about Ireland's heritage.

Our Dublin Tip

Make sure that you don't miss any of Dublin's key destinations and explore at your own pace with our 48 hour ticket. There's no need to rush in this beautiful city! Buy your 48 hour ticket now and you'll receive a 30% discount compared to buying 2 separate 24hr tickets! Or why not create the perfect combination for you? Make the most of your trip and take your adventure to a whole new level by buying tickets for fun activities and museums. Book your City Sightseeing Bus Tour ticket online today and make sure you don't miss out on the fun!

Some extra Perks!

Fully immerse yourself in the Dublin heritage by joining our FREE Walking Tour. That's right! It's included in your City Sightseeing Dublin Tour Ticket in the summer months. Just hop off at Bus Stop 2 at the Dublin Visitor Centre on Lower O'Connell Street and you're ready to relive Ireland's Easter Rising. Your local guide will bring the events of Easter 1916 to life again and you'll discover all about the rebellion. Explore the build up to the rising, the importance of the 1913 Dublin Lockout, and the role of leaders like Patrick Pearse and James Connolly. Visit the General Post Office (GPO), headquarters of the rising and where the ‘Proclamation of the Republic’ declaring Irish independence was read out for the first time. Follow the rebels through the city as they tried to make their escape from the pursuing forces and eventually surrendered on Moore Street. Join the City Sightseeing 1916 Route to visit all of the other important sites from that fateful week and join the celebrations as we remember the first steps on the road to Irish independence. This guided walking tour is only available in summer.