Dublin Visitor Centre, Dublin
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Dublin Visitor Centre, Dublin - Address, Phone Number
Address: 17 O'Connell Street Lower, Dublin 1, Ireland
Time Required: 00:45 Mins
Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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Wondering where you’ll get all the information related to Dublin? Why, the Dublin Visitor Centre ofcourse! Pop into the Visitor Centre and get all the help and assistance you require to make your Dublin trip a memorable one. Having an extremely friendly and experienced staff, the Dublin Visitor Centre provides information on all things Dublin- from top things to do to top places to visit, from where to stay to what to eat, from ongoing and upcoming events to sightseeing tours, from tickets for tour busses and rail excursions to Irish gifts & souvenirs.
How To reach Dublin Visitor Centre by Public Transport
- Abbey Street Light rail station
- Lower O'Connell Street bus stop
- Clerys bus stop
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Dublin Visitor Centre, Dublin Reviews - Write a Review
Wasted two of our five mornings in Ireland trying to get on a tour we paid for while they kept spots for unpaid reservations. Staff never told us we needed to do anything but show up when we called in and never said after that we could have done anything differently. Staff had miscounted the tally of people on the bus vs the reservations list while we were standing there and could not figure it out even until the bus departed. Bottom Line: use a different company for your tour booking if you don't want to drive/travel into the center of Dublin for iffy service quality and a significant waste of time on your vacation.
Vinicius, one of the DVC staff members is a hero and a saint. After having lost my phone, I was unable to find an internet or print shop that could print out my boarding pass to travel back to NL. I was getting a little stressed out about it, but Vinicius stayed calm and graceful while helping me check in to my flight and print my boarding pass. Mind you, this is not a normal service they provide, just an act of generosity helped by the fact that it wasn't too busy in their shop. Thanks again!
The center was a great source of information. The young lady at the desk, Kat, was just amazing and went out of her way to help us. Thank you Kat :))
We booked a tour to Newgrange through Viator. We were told to arrive 20 minutes before the 8:45 departure. When we arrived the office was closed and we had to stand out in the rain waiting for it to open. The Viator website stated that we could use either a printed or electronic voucher at this location. The desk clerk insisted that we were wrong and they only accept printed vouchers. We had to scramble to get the electronic voucher sent to them so they could print it. We will be avoiding this Visitor Centre in the future if at all possible.
Trev and Darius took us on the Newgrange and Tara Hill Tour. Trev is a very knowledable and witty guide and the Captains driving down very tight lanes was to be admired. Thoroughly well wirth the experience.
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