Europe; experience Dublin with City Sightseeing

City Sightseeing are the worlds largest open top tour bus companies showing visitors the heart of cities worldwide.

Since 2008 I’ve used this company, reliable and ever entertaining, they employ knowledgable English speaking comics to present to groups of travellers on board. Never once have the company failed me so, as ever, I opted for the tour when in Dublin this last week.

Dublin, Ireland is a compact city, vibrant and alive with traditional irish culture. Quaint little streets line the city with ally’s leading to vintage and urban hordes. Oozing with culture you should be sure to visit some of Dublin’s iconic cultural stops.



City sightseeing ensure you don’t miss a landmark, their route covers all you need to, and maybe don’t need to, see when visiting the city! Use the below to plan your must see stops in the city!

Upper O’Connell Street
Trinity College
Nassau Street
Leinster Street
National Art Gallery
Merrion Square
St. Stephen’s Green
Tourism Centre, Suffolk St
Dame Street
Dame Street (Walking Tour)
Christ Church Cathedral, Dublinia
St. Patrick’s Cathedral
High Street
Guinness Storehouse
Royal Hospital Kilmainham
Kilmainham Gaol
Heuston Station
Parkgate Street
Phoenix Park Dublin Zoo
National Museum – Decorative Arts & History
St. Michan’s Crypt
Bachelor’s Walk
Parnell Square Writers Museum









My personal recommendations are Grafton Street (top for shopping!), Trinity College (great to catch some rays and watch the cricket) and of course the Guinness Museum too see how the worlds most famous beer is made! See my post on how to see Dublin in 48 hours for in depth reviews of my favourite hangouts in the city!

We’d love to hear your experiences of the city! Oh and if you use City Sightseeing, be sure to say hi to Anna the tour guide from us!

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2 thoughts on “Europe; experience Dublin with City Sightseeing

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  2. Kayleigh says:

    Can’t wait! Thanks for the tips!!

    Kay xx

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