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Find your inner warrior on the Viking Splash tour

Find your inner warrior on the Viking Splash tour

The Viking Splash Tour is one of the most popular attractions Dublin city has to offer and recently we got to climb on board! We donned our horned hats and got into the Viking spirit as we stormed through the streets of Dublin. Read on to find out all the info…


The scoop on what to expect…

Climb onto the mighty World War II ‘dukws’ and see all the sights of Dublin with a twist.

Our friendly tour guide gave us a comical commentary as he explained the Dublin Viking story. We got to take in all of the main city attractions including Trinity College, Christ Church Cathedral, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Viking Dublin, Medieval Dublin, Georgian Dublin and the Government buildings. The best part is these amphibious vehicles not only travel by land, they also transform into boats as they glide into the Dublin Docklands. Look out for the big Splash!

Group tours…

If you have a large group the Viking splash tours offer private dukws for you and your group that will suit a range of occasions. As well as being heaps of fun the tours are also very educational. You will learn the history of Dublin City from a Vikings perspective which is unique to any other city tour in Dublin. They also offer great group rates and packages so contact us now for all of the info.

Departure point…

The lively tours depart from the North side of Stephens Green just off of Grafton street. You should see the mighty yellow and blue dukws lined up along the road.

How to get there…The departure point is a short walking distance from all of our hostels in Dublin and should take no longer than 15 minutes.

Our top tip…

Be sure to brush up on your ‘Viking roar’ as you will be using it a lot when you scare your unsuspecting victims.
Contact us now to book this tour and your Dublin group hostel. For more tips and ideas on other attractions in Dublin take a look at our ‘Dublin Things to do’ guide.

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