Dublin's limited edition Leap Card is a commemorative transit pass marketed to the Irish city's families. The unlimited travel card costs only 10 euros and is designed for parents with small children. "Commemorating the city's 1916 centenary, the Leap Card offers a family of two adults and up to four children (aged 18 or under) 24-hours unlimited travel in and around the Greater Dublin Area."
This means all transit avenues are covered, including the city's buses and railway services. While most parents with small children commute on a daily basis, familial costs can be high, causing many to skip city exploration in exchange for a day in the suburbs. This commemorative travel card is limited in quantity and makes urban exploration convenient and affordable for families on a budget.
This pass is not only a budget-friendly transit initiative but is also sure to boost the city's tourism rate in the process.
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Dublin's 1916 Leap Card Gives Families an Unlimited City Transit Pass
- By: Jana PijakMar 3, 2016