DoDublin and Beyond
Do Dublin have a host of offerings for anyone interested in exploring Dublin and beyond. Along with their famous Hop-on Hop-off tour they also offer a variety of other tours and excursions including trips to Glendalough & Powerscourt and Malahide Castle & Howth. They also run Dublin’s most frequent airport bus service, Airlink.
The Hop-on Hop-off tour is the best way to visit all of Dublin’s top attractions. Visit Trinity College and the Book of Kells, the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Zoo, Kilmainham Gaol and many more great attractions. With experienced Fáilte Ireland trained guides you’ll be given an introduction to Dublin city that you’ll never forget. Do Dublin also like to show you the city’s hidden gems like the Little Museum of Dublin, Epic The Irish Emigration Museum, The Irish Rock and Roll Museum Experience, the Jeanie Johnston, Teeling Whiskey Distillery, Marsh’s Library beside St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and many more.
The DoDublin Card
The DoDublin Card is the all-in-one sightseeing and transport ticket, giving visitors the freedom to explore all of Dublin’s famous sights at their leisure. It is great value and offers huge savings while providing for all your transportation needs.
The DoDublin Card offers 72 hours unlimited access to the Airlink Express between the Airport and the city centre, all public buses on the Dublin Bus network and the DoDublin Hop-on Hop-off CityTour buses.
Malahide Castle & Howth
Discover two gems of Dublin tourism. From peaceful islands and Martello towers to the delightful Howth harbour and enchanting Malahide Castle, this is a bus tour with a difference. Get out of the city, take in the fresh air, be blown away by the scenery and sample Dublin’s best fish & chips along the way.
The tour includes a guided tour of Malahide Castle, one of the most stunning and perfectly preserved medieval castles in Ireland. Visit the extensive castle grounds and Avoca Café and clothing shop located adjacent to the castle.
Howth harbour has always been a favourite destination for Dubliners and it’s easy to see why. You can check out the fishing boats, walk the beautiful pier, observe the seals and seagulls busily vying for food and stop off for a famous “99” ice-cream.
Glendalough & Powerscourt
The Glendalough & Powerscourt Gardens tour brings you to two of the most popular tourism destinations in Ireland, both conveniently located just an hours drive from Dublin city. First stop is Glendalough, a destination that’s known to every Dubliner for its idyllic beauty and serenity. Take a walk up to the lakes, visit the 6th century monastic city and Glendalough Visitor Centre or stop off in the local hotel for a spot of lunch.
The tour then continues through Wicklow, passing the picturesque town of Enniskerry before arriving at Powerscourt House and gardens. Relax in the Georgian glory of the Powerscourt Estate with gardens voted No.3 in the world by National Geographic and set within the beautiful backdrop of the Wicklow Mountains. Take a walk around and visit the Japanese gardens and pet cemetery, before stopping off in Avoca Cafe in Powerscourt House for tea and scones.
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