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Dublin Tours/Travel

If you’re spending a few days exploring Dublin during your trip to Ireland, you’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to seeing the city. Ireland’s capital is packed with world class visitor attractions and countless historic, cultural, and just plain beautiful sights. The best part is, it couldn’t be easier to fit them all into your packed schedule thanks to the many weird and wonderful guided tours on offer. You’ll see all of the city’s best bits and still have time for shopping, eating and drinking! Here are just a few of our favourites…

Croke Park Skyline Tour

Croke Park is Ireland’s national stadium and the home of our national sports, hurling and Gaelic football. Brimming with history and significance for the Irish people, it’s an attraction not to be missed. On the Croke Park Skyline Tour you can visit the GAA museum, learn all about these fascinating and exhilarating sports, and best of all – walk along the edge of the stadium’s roof for panoramic and unforgettable views of the city.

Hop-on Hop-off Bus


The hop-on, hop-off buses that roam Dublin’s streets are ideal if you want to pack in as many sights as possible into your stay. Your ticket lasts for 2 days and you can hop on or off as many times as you want – if you like the look of a place, just get off and explore, and when you’re done, a new bus will be back to pick you up again. It couldn’t be easier!

Liffey River Cruises


A truly unique way to see Dublin is from the water. For centuries. the river Liffey and the docklands it leads to was the thriving trading heart of Dublin, Today, a trip down the river makes for a peaceful alternative to the hustle and bustle of the traffic above, and passes some stunning sights along the way including the Custom House, the Ha’Penny Bridge, and the tall ship Jeanie Johnston.

Viking Splash


As guided tours go, this is probably the most popular in Dublin. Climb aboard a boat with wheels, put on your viking hat, and shout at passers by as you’re taken through the streets of the city centre before splashing into Grand Canal Dock for the most unusual (and most fun) sailing experience you’ll ever have! In between shouts and sails, you’ll learn plenty of interesting facts and anecdotes about the city too.

Dublin Bikes


In recent years Dublin Bikes has taken Ireland’s capital by storm, with both locals and visitors using it on a daily basis. An efficient and cheap way to get around the city, you can rent a bike for a few hours, a day, a week, or even longer. There are depots through the city centre where you can pick up a bike, go where you need to go, and put it back once you reach your destination.

Walking Tours


If none of that floats your boat, you can always take to streets on your own two feet. Dublin is a relatively compact city, with all of the sites within easy walking distance of one another, so there is a great choice of walking tours on offer that last for a morning, an afternoon, or both. It’s a great way to build your appetite for a delicious dinner once you’ve had your fill of sightseeing for the day!

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