Viking Splash Tours is a great way to see the sights of Dublin, both on land and water. Travelling on board the amphibious world war two vehicles (DUKWs) you are taken on a spellbinding tour of Dublin. The Viking tour guides ensure you not only hear about Viking Dublin, but also see sights such as St Patrick’s and Christchurch Cathedrals, Trinity College, Government Buildings and Georgian Dublin. The climax of the tour sees the Viking DUKWs splash into the water at the newly developed Grand Canal docklands, where the recording studio of U2 and much more are explored.
Departing daily from St. Stephen’s Green North with tours starting at 10am and running approximately every half hour. For more information please contact Viking Splash Tours directly.
Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.
Please Note: If you wish to bring a child aged under the age of three on the tour, you must contact Viking Splash Tours office in advance. Unfortunately children aged under three are not permitted on the water section of the tour.
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Everyone has their own bucket list – from pouring the perfect pint, to touring Temple Bar and visiting the historic Trinity College.
If you have one, two or three days allocated to tourism in Dublin, and know you plan to take the Hop-on/Hop-off bus, to visit the Guinness Storehouse and Jameson Distillery, the DublinPass is your best buy.
It includes admission to the Hop-on/Hop-off bus, Guinness, Jameson and a number of other attractions; it all depends how many places you want to visit in one-to-three days. And this is will give you extra time to visit Viking Splash Tours.
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