- More than 25 hop-on hop-off stops so you can really get to know the city
- Get to know Dublin’s many different sides and discover its best attractions and monuments
- Enjoy amazing panoramic views of the city from the top deck of our hop-on hop-off bus
- See the iconic landmarks by the river, including the Jeanie Johnston and the Custom House
- 24hr hop-on hop-off bus tour
- Stops near the major sights
- Audio guide in 8 languages
- Full hygiene measures
- River cruise
- Live guide on cruise
- Walking tour
Our Dublin bus and boat combination ticket will let you make the very most of your time in Ireland’s incredible capital city. You can hop on and off the bus as much as you want while your tickets lasts and also enjoy a relaxing and fascinating cruise along the wonderful River Liffey.
24hr bus ticket
With a hop-on hop-off bus ticket, you can choose where you want to go and what you want to see. We’ve got stops all over the city, from Phoenix Park in the west and the Docklands in the east, so you’ll get to see all of Dublin that you want to see. Among our favourite places to hop off is O’Connell Street, which is the buzzing heart of the city, filled with bars, restaurants and shops. One of the city’s more unusual attractions is The Spire, a 120-metre high steel spike that towers above the street. Another great stop to hop off at is EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum, which has been voted Europe’s leading tourist attraction for three consecutive years. This amazing museum is full of interactive exhibits that tell the story of Ireland’s centuries of emigration, which saw more than ten million people leave the country for foreign shores.
In a city packed with history like Dublin, there are so many other places for you to hop off, discover and explore. We guarantee that as you tour the city, enjoying the amazing views from on board our open-top bus. And when you’ve hopped off and seen all you want to see (or before), you can complete your Dublin experience with a cruise along the Liffey.
The River Liffey is Dublin’s lifeblood. The Vikings would have sailed up the river when they first arrived here and their first settlement was on the banks of the River Poddle, one of the Liffey’s tributaries. The river today is what separates the northside of the city from the south and it’s the perfect place to see some of the city’s treasures, such as the Jeanie Johnston, a replica of one of the ships that carried millions of Irish emigrants across the ocean to a new life in the Americas. The 18th-century Custom House on the old Georgian quayside is another unmissable Dublin treat to see on your 45-minute cruise along the Liffey. Our boats have a live guide, who’ll make the river and its stories really come to life.
The perfect package
This combination of bus and boat really is the best way to see and explore Dublin and make the most of your time in the city.
Before you Go
Meeting Point: The Boardwalk, Bachelor's Walk but due to tidal conditions, the tour sometimes departs from Sean O’Casey Bridge, on the North side of the river across from the CHQ Building on Custom House Quay.
Please note that departure location may be changed owing to tidal conditions on the river. To confirm your boarding point, please call +353 1 473 0000 prior to taking the tour.
Please arrive 10 minutes in advance of your cruise time to check in and for boarding.
Duration: 45 minutes
Please note that boat tours are weather permitting and the timetable may be subject to change
Live guide: English
- Starting point: Barnardo Square next to City Hall (Stop 2).
- The tour departs every day at 11:00 and 14:00 everyday.
- Duration of the tour: approximately 3 hours.
- The tour is in English.
- Please show your City Sightseeing ticket to the guide.
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before the chosen travel date.