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Croke Park Stadium, Dublin

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  • I had not realise this was Ireland's National Stadium, their sport is played from the heart and no players are paid, quiet amazing, we took the tour and the history of Sport , players so interesting h...  more »
  • The tour is really a must see for sports fans AND non sports fans interested in Irish history and heritage. The games themselves are wonderful to see and learn, but the background story of how the Iri...  more »
  • Been to croker a few times always a good place and great atmosphere, could do with a touch up in places but it's a really impressive stadium  more »
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  • Been here for matches and concerts on different occasions. An incredible monument of design and work gone into this massive stadium. Easy to get lost in the first few times. Always a great atmosphere whether it be a match or concert. Food and Alcohol is understandably expensive in Croke Park and toilets can be a nightmare for women to be waiting as I have always seen massive ques for the female restrooms on match-days and during concerts. One of best stadiums around and one of the biggest capacity holders in Europe. A stadium Ireland should be very proud of.
  • Great views from almost everywhere, hugely impressive stadium. Not always the best sound for concerts but can't be beaten on match day
  • Always a great experience... especially when we win silverware. Great atmosphere there yesterday created by the huge crowd from Galway and Wexford.
  • The Citadel of the Greatest Ameteur Sport in the World; Gaelic Games. Hurling, Football, Camogie, Handball, the rich history of the Gaelic Athletic Association, and the enthrallment of the whole nation; a tour has to be experienced to be appreciated. Better still, a trip of one of the games in the All Ireland Series would bring in more of the enthrallment. But do the Ethiad Skyline Tour. Birds eye views of Dublin await you, and the viewing platform of the stadium pitch is not something for the faint - hearted!!
  • This stadium is a piece of history. Can't be missed. The event rooms are bright and overlook the green, definitely impressive.

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