Hop On/Hop Off Tour
Explore Dublin City with iconic red buses. Enjoy the open top “Hop On / Hop Off” bus tour of Dublin and stop at all of Dublin city’s great attractions, plus get great discounts at some of Dublin’s most loved sights, shops, pubs and cafés.
This fun and friendly 90-minute tour departs every 8 to 20 minutes throughout the day and stops along the primary tour route include Trinity College, the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Castle, St Patrick’s Cathedral, Kilmainham Gaol and the Old Jameson Distillery. There is multilingual commentary and live guides on buses. Two children go free with every adult ticket.
Each tour departs from 14 Upper O’Connell Street (Stop 1) or any of the 25 stops on the route. First tour departs at 9.15am. There are a number of public buses from the University campus to O’Connell Street. Tour tickets can be purchased through the online registration form.
Ensure that you take time to explore Dublin and its surrounds!
Ireland – on the edge of Europe.
Ireland is an island to the north-west of continental Europe. It is the third-largest island in Europe and the twentieth-largest island on Earth. Alhough we are on the edge of Europe looking out to the Atlantic, when you arrive in Dublin, you will not only meet the welcoming Irish people but experience the great dynamic, multi-cultural cities and towns of Ireland. With one of Europe’s youngest populations, Ireland has a lot to offer.
Discover the north with the breathtaking Giants Causeway or head west to Galway, the city of Tribes. Alternatively you can see the wild mountains of Kerry in the south or spend your time in Dublin, the heart and capital of the country. The choice is yours.
The city originally founded as a Viking settlement has a rich historical past. It has gone through many transitions and is presently one of the major cities for industry, IT and sciences. The youth and vibrancy of Ireland’s capital offers so much to its visiting delegates.
Within Dublin, there are many sights to see while exploring the city by foot. From the museums, galleries, shops, restaurants and bars, Dublin offers each visitor options to suit their needs.