DoDublin introduces and showcases the best of the city. They are the original Dublin Sightseeing Tour Company and have been entertaining visitors since 1988.
DoDublin operate a range of sightseeing tours and transport services including:
• The original Hop on Hop off Tour
• Glendalough and Powerscourt Gardens Tour
• Malahide Castle and Howth Tour
There’s no better way to explore Dublin city than on the famous green Hop on Hop off tour bus. DoDublin have been bringing visitors to all of Dublin city’s top attractions since 1988 and are masters at showing you the best Dublin city has to offer.
Of course most visitors to Dublin city want to visit the big attractions like the Guinness Storehouse, Trinity College and the Book of Kells, Kilmainham Gaol and Dublin Zoo, but in Do Dublin they also like to show you the city’s hidden gems like the Little Museum of Dublin in St. Stephen’s Green, EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum and the Jeanie Johnston in the Docklands area, Teeling Whiskey Distillery - Dublin’s newest attraction, Marsh’s Library beside St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and many more.
Two Kids under 14 go free with every adult ticket purchased, you’ll also receive a free walking tour with Dublin Historian Pat Liddy to cover the hidden city locations the bus can’t reach (worth €14), and free entry into The Little Museum of Dublin (worth €10). You'll receive a free map of the city, and a discount guide with tons of savings to be found along the hop-on hop-off route.
You’ll enjoy live commentary from Fáilte Ireland trained drivers, all native Dubliners and all of whom are great entertainers. The term “gift of the gab” was invented for Do Dublin tour guides! They take great pride in presenting the best of Dublin city, with plenty of historical and cultural references, quotes by famous Dublin poets and writers, loads of jokes and plenty of songs too. DoDublin also provide pre-recorded multilingual tours in 10 languages, which operate every 30 minutes.
Hop on Hop off buses start at 09:00 daily and arrive at each stop every 15 minutes. DoDublin have 33 stops in total, each located beside a top Dublin city attraction.