This one loop tour journeys past the elegant houses of Georgian Dublin, the contemporary Docklands district and into the heart of the city. Revel in the beauty of the Convention Centre and Samuel Beckett Bridge as they illuminate under the evening sky.
An expert guide will accompany you and will share interesting commentary about the places you see.
01 Apr - 31 Oct: DailyDuration
1 hourStart time
8:00pm & 9:30pmMeeting Point
13 Upper O'Connell Street (City Sightseeing Stop, Stop 1).
Please report at the meeting point 15 minutes before the start time.
13 Upper O'Connell Street
Make your way to 13 Upper O'Connell Street (Stop 1), to begin your Dublin City by Night Bus Tour. Accompanied by an expert English speaking guide, you will travel in a comfortable bus and take a panoramic tour of the sights of Dublin illuminated after dark.
Traverse Dublin’s floodlit Docklands and its atmospheric Georgian quarter. Enjoy stunning views of the city’s cultural quarter including Temple Bar and Christ Church Cathedral.
The bus stops for a 5-minute break at Trinity College, the only stop for this tour. Here you can take some pictures or simply enjoy the view.
During your tour, you will pass by the Convention Centre, Samuel Beckett Bridge and many other popular attractions of Dublin; and experience the magnificent lights and atmosphere.
Your tour lasts for an hour, after which your bus will drop you at the starting point.
Voucher information: You must print and surrender a paper version of your booking voucher for this activity (showing your voucher on a smartphone is not accepted).
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour to confirm all details.
The tickets are date specific. You need to redeem your voucher on the day you book the tour.
Great way to see sights of Dublin...Michael Barrett, United States, 22/May/2017
it was a very interesting experience for me. the tourguide and in general, they are all very friendly and helpful. i would always recommend to anyone to visit ireland and book...Egneziah Buehring, Germany, 13/Apr/2016