Dublin Just Got Cheaper


It just became a lot less expensive and much simpler for visitors to get around Dublin, Ireland. Tourists can purchase the new Leap Card for visitors that offers 72 hours of travel on the LUAS tram network, DART trains, short hop buses and the Dublin Bus system for just €19.50. At the moment, the Leap3770220810_fbbb2be432_m Card can only be purchased at Dublin Airport, but it also includes round trip airport transportation on the AirLink Bus, which costs €10 if purchased separately. That leaves a cost of just €3 per day for unlimited travel.



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