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Dublin City Pass

Once you finish your Guinness Storehouse tour, you can move beyond it to explore the various attractions in its neighborhood and throughout the city.

If you venture into vibrant Dublin City, you can enjoy many unique attractions, experiences, and tours. 

However, buying tickets for each and then visiting will be a challenging decision if you want to explore numerous attractions. 

Well, worry not; we have just the thing for you. The Dublin City Pass will rescue you from this situation. 

The handy Dublin City Pass is one of the most value-for-money tickets along with the Big bus hop on hop off tour. 

The Dublin City Pass is necessary for every traveler who wants to explore the city comprehensively. 

Let’s jump in and learn why Dublin City Pass is a must-purchase and see all Dublin City Pass attractions you can explore with it.

Dublin: Go City All-inclusive pass with 40+ Attractions

The Big Bus Tour Dublin or the Go City Dublin Pass is the most value-for-money ticket to explore Dublin’s abundant attractions, tours, and fascinating sites. 

Visitors can explore more than 40 Dublin City Pass attractions. On top of this, you get a Dublin City bus pass as well.

You can book Dublin City Pass hop on hop off bus tour to explore most sites more flexibly. 

And you guessed it right; it does include the Guinness Storehouse tour, where you can learn about the history and making process of the iconic Black Stout! 

There is no limit to how many attractions you can visit with this pass from the given list. You can see as many as you want. 

Enjoy access to attractions such as Chester Beatty Library, Christchurch Cathedral, Dublinia, Dublin Castle, EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum, and many more. 

There are plenty of existing tours apart from the Guinness Storehouse, such as the Big Bus Dublin Coastal Tour, Game of Thrones Studio tour, Dublin Zoo, and more.

And if you need more than this, you have an extensive list of museums and heritage spots to better explore the history and culture of Dublin and Ireland at large. 

After exploring so much, you can pick one of the restaurants near the Guinness Storehouse to grab a bite and enjoy delicious food.

What’s included: 

  • All-inclusive Big Bus tour Dublin pass valid for the number of days purchased, 1-5 days. 
  • Digital Dublin city guide with attraction information and reservation information. 
  • Dublin City bus 1 day pass for Big Bus Dublin open-top hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour. 

Things to Know: 

  • Carry your Passport or a valid ID Card with you. 
  • Visitors need to carry a charged smartphone to enjoy the digital Dublin guide. 
  • The pass will remain valid for 2 years from the purchase date and only become activated with your first attraction visit. 
  • After activation, the pass will remain valid for the consecutive days purchased. 
  • We advise you to start early, as it is not valid for 24 hours but for consecutive days. 

Dublin: Go City All-inclusive pass with 35+ Attractions price:

Dublin City 1 Day Pass: 

AgePrice
Adult (16-99 years) €69 (US $74)
Children (5-15 years)€44 (US $47)
Infant (up to 4 years) Free

Dublin City 2 Day Pass: 

Age Price 
Adult (16-99 years) €94 (US $100)
Children (5-15 years)€54 (US $58)
Infant (up to 4 years) Free

Dublin City 3 Day Pass: 

Age Price 
Adult (16-99 years) €104 (US $111)
Children (5-15 years)€59 (US $71)
Infant (up to 4 years) Free

Dublin 4 Day Pass: 

AgePrice 
Adult (16-99 years) €114 (US $122)
Children (5-15 years)€64 (US $63)
Infant (up to 4 years) Free

Dublin 5 Day Pass: 

AgePrice 
Adult (16-99 years) €124 (US $132)
Children (5-15 years)€74 (US $73)
Infant (up to 4 years) Free

Note: To explore more with ease of commuting from one location to the next, we’d advise you to get a Big Bus Hop on Hop off city sightseeing tour. There are plenty of choices to suit your traveling style.
You can also go for the engaging Dublin bike tour to explore the city slightly differently.

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