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Aviva Stadium, Dublin
(4.5/5 based on 700+ reviews on the web)
Home to both the Ireland national rugby union team and the Republic of Ireland national football team, Aviva Stadium offers guided tours of this historical facility. Built on the site of Lansdowne Road, the stadium continues the site's sporting tradition, which began in 1872 when Henry Dunlop opened sports facilities there. Take a tour of the stadium and visit the press room and the dressing rooms for the home teams, then walk the length of the players' tunnel down to the dugouts. To visit Aviva Stadium on your holiday in Dublin, and find out what else Dublin has to offer, use our Dublin trip builder.
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  • I went to the stadium only once, and despite going to watch a game of rugby, which I don't understand nothing was a very unique experience. The structure is beautiful, especially at night.
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  • The tour is rather short, with a reproduction of a video that teach you the history of the stadium. I think that they could get more out. The stadium is very nice and modern.
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  • You will visit the stadium, the stands but also locker room and press center. A film shows how lansdown road became the Aviva Stadium. Impressive, you enter the locker room, the press room, behind the scenes, the Gallery of souvenirs and trophies. At the edge of the lawn, with entry in the hallway... In the stands, taking height, you may realize the atmosphere that should reign on game day. Thanks to our guide Patrick. Staple of Dublin.
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  • I caught the Ireland vs Canada match here and it was an experience in itself. The crowd was absolutely amazing and the stadium even more so. The seats are quite comfortable and th shape of the stadium is unique. Even if you can't watch a game here you can opt for this guided tour which will be fun.
  • Huge and modern stadium and close to city centre. Also well served by the public transport.
  • Great stadium, up there with the best in Europe. Great views from almost any seat in the ground, except the north stand.
  • Really enjoy the rugby games here. If only it were a full bowl stadium.
  • For the most part it's a great stadium. Do not bother with restricted view tickets. They are a disgrace. The food is terrible, very dry and as usual no salad just plain burgers!