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Rediscover Dublin with the Herald's great deals

Want to get to know your capital city better?

Or show a visitor the best Dublin has to offer? Or maybe you just want to get better value in getting around.

Well now's your chance to do it. The Herald, Dublin's top selling newspaper, has teamed up with Dublin Bus, Dart and the Luas, to offer excellent travel deals -- with thousands of tickets to be given away for free.

Tomorrow's Herald will feature an exclusive Dublin Bus City Tours "2 for 1" offer.

You can choose from the North Coast and Malahide Castle Tour and save €26, South Coast and Gardens Tour (save €28) or the Ghostbus Tour (save €28). As well as taking in spectacular coastal views and the picturesque village of Howth, the North Coast tour allows visitors to immerse themselves in the city's medieval past with a visit to Malahide Castle, dating from the 12th century.

The South Coast tour takes in the spectacular Powerscourt Gardens, allowing plenty of time to explore.

Details of all tours are on www.dublinsightseeing.ie.

Further details of our 2 for 1 offer will be in tomorrow's paper.

Next week (August 9 to 13) we are giving away 2,000 Dublin Bus Cheater tickets, worth €13.50 each, which give readers a three-day unlimited travel pass around the city.

Tokens will be printed each day in the Herald. Collect four and send them in. The first 2,000 envelopes opened will get a ticket absolutely free.

On the week starting August 16, we are giving away 2,000 Dart prepaid smartcards worth €10. Tickets can be used on all zones and the Maynooth line.

Tokens will be printed each day. Simply collect four and send them in. The first 2,000 will receive a free ticket.

From August 23 to 27, we are giving away over 1,000 Luas tickets -- worth €22 each -- which give a week's free Luas travel on any zone.

Tokens will be printed each day. Readers collect four and send them in with the first 1,000 opened getting a ticket absolutely free.

It's a great way to rediscover Dublin. The Herald has thousands of tickets here waiting to be handed out, so keep buying your Herald for details on how to get your free tickets.