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Dublin City Tour Excursion Reviews

Dublin City Tour cruise excursion
Overall Rating
Get a feel for what Dublin has to offer with a tour of the city. You will enjoy every minute of your time here.
Member Image kwebster58
4 reviews
Jul 2015
In Dublin, we did the Highlights trip. This was probably my least favorite tour.
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Provider: Princess Cruises
Member Image BarkerFinch
2 reviews
Jun 2015
Loved the tour but guide was rather bossy.
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Provider: Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines
Member Image Vancscribbler
4 reviews
Apr 2015
Disappointing. Not sure if the problem was the tour itself ... but if there are many "highlights" there, we didn't see them: just (yet another) Cathedral and a stop at Trinity University but stopped nowhere else ... maybe there's just not much worth seeing in Dublin?
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Provider: Princess Cruises
Member Image nascarwoman
1 review
Apr 2015
Great place to walk around
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Provider: Princess Cruises
Member Image maggiealdred
1 review
Apr 2015
This tour was a delight, mostly due to our lovely guide, a lady with a beautiful Irish accent who even sang some of the old Irish songs to us on the way back. We had a good bus tour around the city and stopped at the cathedral and Trinity College. We saw enough to make us want to return to Dublin for a longer holiday. We had the option to return to the ship under our own steam but as the weather was not very good, we took the tour bus back.
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Provider: Cruise & Maritime Voyages
Member Image Munchkinstutu
1 review
Not Rated
Sep 2014

After a drive around downtown Dublin where Lee, we then headed out into the Irish Countryside with stops in Enniskerry, the Glencree Centre (a retreat for peace building between people from Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland), lunch at Lynham’s of Laraugh (established 1776) and a visit to the ruins of Glendalough Abbey. Seeing places that date back before our country was even born or at the time of the American Revolution makes us realize what a young country we are in the worldwide scheme of things. Beautiful countryside, lots of history, and a great lunch!

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Provider: Norwegian Cruise Line
Member Image Dugdug
1 review
Aug 2013

Vastly overpriced at 50 a head. Interesting but others are advised to arrange trip ahead with tourist agency or take the shuttle bus and have a good look around yourself.

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Provider: Cruise & Maritime Voyages
Member Image ComputerTravelGuy
4 reviews
Sep 2012
Some highlights but not the favorite part of the tour - the tour of the countryside and trip to Glendalough was the best.
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Provider: Tour Dublin
Member Image Naomi2
3 reviews
Aug 2012
The bus was covered with windows so it was hard to take pictures through it. This was the frustrating part of the Hop on Hop off buses. Also the dialogue is not always well syncronized with what you are seeing.
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Provider: Holland America Line
Member Image geno63
1 review
Jun 2012
Too much standing and really too few stops. A glorified history lecture. It would have been better to take the HOHO bus. Not as easy a walking city as advertised
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Provider: Tommy Grahm
Member Image missyfay
1 review
May 2012
Hop On Hop Off Bus
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Provider: Princess Cruises

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