Discover Ireland's Capital
Due to the phasing out of measures taken against the Coronavirus, Citypasses attractions and services are gradually reopening. To see the current summary of the products that a pass offers you and those that it does not, simply click on the Order button which can be found in various places on the city pass page. Here you will find the most recent offer.
The city card for visiting Dublin
The Dublin Pass is the most budget-friendly way to enjoy Dublin to the full. This City Pass makes your city trip hassle-free as it allows free admission to 25 museums and attractions such as the Guinness Storehouse, Old Jameson Distillery, National Wax Museum and St Patrick’s Cathedral. Dublin Zoo and Dublin Aqua Zone are perfect attractions for children. What’s more, fast Track entry saves a lot of time and hassle! Included in the Dublin Pass is a 24-hour free ticket for the hop-on hop-off bus, the perfect way to see Dublin’s Highlights in a relaxed way. Your Dublin Pass also allows free transport by Aircoach from Dublin Airport to the city centre. What’s more, your Card grants discounts on various restaurants, shops and activities in Dublin. When entrance to an attraction or sight is free for everyone you are offered an extra.
Fast Track Entry
Get the most out of your Dublin City Trip. Don’t waste time standing in line but skip straight to the front of queues. You enjoy fast track entry to some of the most popular museum and attraction, including the Guinness Storehouse, and jump to the front line!
Public transport is not included in the Dublin Pass. This is not a drawback because the centre of Dublin is compact and most sights are within walking distance of each other. However, included in your Pass is a 24-hour free ticket for the hop-on hop-off bus, an excellent way to see the Dublin Sights in a relaxed way.
Free Travel Guide and City Map
Your Dublin Pass comes with a handy city map and an 80-page travel guide with information and tips about Dublin’s sights, attractions and museums.
Your Dublin Pass not only allows free entry to 25 museums and attractions but also discounts on other attractions and museums, shops, theaters and day trips.
Purchase a Dublin Pass valid for 1, 2, 3, 5 or 6 days.
- Free entry to over 25 attractions, museums and landmarks
- Free 24-hour ticket for the hop-on hop-off bus
- Fast track entry at selected attractions to skip the queues
- Free airport transfer to the centre of Dublin
- Free guidebook with city maps to guide you around the city
- Discounts in restaurants and shops
How does the Dublin Pass work?
Purchase your Dublin Pass online from this website. You receive a confirmation email with which you pick up your City Pass at one of the counters of Discover Ireland (the Dublin Tourist Centre) at Dublin Airport (terminal 1 or 2) or in Suffolk Street in the centre of Dublin.
The City of Dublin
Dublin, Baile Átha Cliath in Gaelic, is the capital city of the Republic of Ireland or Éire in Irish. This city with half a million inhabitants is situated on the East coast and bisected by the Liffey River. Dublin, home town of U2, is ideal for a city trip as it abounds in culture, history, shops and pubs. The surroundings of Dublin are worth exploring: Glendalough and Powerscourt should be high on your wish list. The official languages in Ireland are English and Gaelic. 1.77 million people in Ireland claim to speak Irish or Gaelic: Baile Átha Cliath is Irish for Dublin, Éire is Ireland and whiskey translates as uisce beatha, literal meaning ‘water of life’, the name Irish monks gave to distilled alcohol, which is simply a translation of the Latin aqua vitae.
Dublin and Guinness are almost synonymous. Include in your city trip a visit to the Guinness Storehouse, where Guinness is brewed. Guinness is a dark beer with a heavy dark wheat taste, a somewhat acquired taste. The city is also home to Old Jameson Distillery, go on a guided tour and learn all about Irish whiskey. The temple bar district has the highest concentrations of pubs in the city. If you like to sniff up culture be sure to visit Trinity College and admire the Book of Kells, an illuminated medieval manuscript. Other highlights are St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin Docklands, Dublin Castle and the National Gallery.