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Name: Dublin Bus

Address: 59, Upper O Connell Street, Dublin 1

Phone Number: 01 8734222

Email: info@dublinbus.ie

Web: http://www.dublinsightseeing.ie/citytour.aspx

Dublin Bus Tours

Experience Dublin with a Dublin Bus Tour. All tours offer live commentary by our experienced tour guides. Discount of 20% when you book online.

The Dublin Tour has been carefully designed to give you the freedom to explore and experience the history and culture of Dublin at your leisure. We visit all the main Dublin attractions along our route and these include Dublin Zoo and Trinity College (home of the Book of Kells). Our entertaining Dublin tour guides, who are all accredited by Failte Ireland, will show you the city as only a native can. Your 2 day ticket allows you to hop on and off as often as you wish.

The tour operates daily from 9.00am and can be joined at any of 23 stops, each conveniently located near one of the most popular Dublin attractions. For example, you can join outside Trinity College, leave at the Guinness Storehouse (and sample the product!) and then re-join later. You could even start your Dublin tour in the afternoon and come back to see more the following morning. To enhance your enjoyment we have arranged discounts for you at a selection of the most popular attractions en route.

The live English commentary and pre recorded multilingual commentary in 10 languages operates daily from 9.30am and can be joined at any of 23 stops, each conveniently located near one of the most popular Dublin attractions.

Let us put you at your unease on Dublin's oldest and best Ghostbus Tour. We will introduce you to the dark romance of a city of gaslight ghosts and chilling legends.

The bus itself is a unique attraction, it is a mobile theatre decorated in the gothic style and features a live storyteller who takes you on a spellbinding trip through Dublin. Once onboard, we take advantage of this atmospheric setting to spirit you away to a world of felons, fiends and phantoms and put you in the mood for being both charmed and spooked at the same time.

En route you learn the real origins of Dracula and his Dublin born inventor, Bram Stoker. We stop at the College of Physicians to recreate the strange activities of Dr. Clossy, whose spirit is still seen walking the corridors carrying a bucket of human entrails. We visit the site where Walking Gallows, the notorious judge, jury and hangman dispatched his victims in a most gruesome fashion.




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