Important Update: All 48-hour tickets dated April 21st to October 31st (2017) will now include the 'City By Night' bus tour. Click here for full details regarding the night bus tour.
- All Year Round.
- Digital Audio: English, Gaeilge, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Japanese and Russian.
- Live Guides: Certain departures feature a live English-speaking guide.
- Various, see Map Download.
- Adult tickets aged 18-64 years.
- Child* tickets aged 3-14 years.
- Senior tickets aged 65+ years.
- Student tickets aged 15-17 and over with valid student ID.
*For every full paying adult two children (3-14) travel free, up to a maximum of 2 children.
About The City Sightseeing Dublin Tour:
The City Sightseeing Dublin tour is a fun and convenient way to discover the Irish capital's top attractions. With 30+ hop-on hop-off stops spread out across 2 routes there's little you won't see from the seat of your modern open-top double decker bus. Tickets can be booked with either 24 or 48 hour validity, giving you plenty of time to explore at a pace which suits you.
All buses are fitted with digital audio guides while certain departures feature commentary by an English speaking guide. Audio guide languages are listed above.
Dublin Sightseeing Routes:
Red Route: Explore the highlights of the city centre and visit Guinness Storehouse, Kilmainham Gaol, Dublin Zoo plus much more.
Tour Times / Frequency: 09:00-14:00 (every 10 minutes) then 14:00-17:00 (every 15 minutes). Duration: 90 Minutes.
Blue Route: Take a northward journey towards the Jameson Distillery, Glasnevin Cemetery and Croke Park Stadium.
Tour Times / Frequency: 09:00-17:00 (every 30 minutes). Duration: 90 Minutes.
Free 1916 Walking Tour:
Available when you book two adult tickets, City Sightseeing Dublin offer visitors the chance to embark on a historical 1916 Dublin walking tour. In the company of a knowledgeable local guide you'll explore the sites, causes and aftermath of the independence struggle as it played out in the capital. Note that these are only conducted during the summer.
- Departure Point: Dublin Visitor Centre (17 Lower O’Connell Street).