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Croke Park has been at the heart of Irish sporting life for over a hundred years. With a capacity for 82,300 people.
Amazing atmosphere! Up the Dubs!
The GAA museum and the stadium tour are very interesting and well done.
This is the gaa HQ and Dublin play here
What a great game we saw there of Gaelic football !
Really Nice atmosphère
Excellent stadium and great experience
Good piece of history about irish sports and huge place... Really interesting and interactive
A must see for any foreign visitor! See a game and you don't be disappointed.
Nice burger by stadium standards in section 405
What a great atmosphere you get there, great place for a sports experience!
Great stadium to catch any game. Try the Irish hot dog.
The hot dogs are unbelievable
Best stadium in the country and the biggest
The melting pot for Irish sport during the summer months
Huge and Iconic venue which hosts many major events from Concerts to Sport. Visit the GAA museum for a great experience and check out the views from the Sky Tour. A must see sight when visiting Dublin
Best place for discovering the authentic Irish sports. Go for a tour or a game, history and great "craic' guaranteed! Delfin approved ;)
For all concerts and big match days see local accommodation specialists Almara Accommodations Dublin (free finders) http://www.dublinaccommodationsalmara.webs.com to check 'real time' beds
Don't buy the hotdogs
As winter approaches make sure you're well rugged up
Visit the museum. Admission is only 6 euros.
Being tissues to the view if your a proud Irish person!
Try the roof top tour - Dublin Visitors (http://www.dublin1.webs.com) have discounted tickets.
Take the AirStroll!
U2 played here several times! Only reason i would go would be to see them here again. But they won't be playing here again after the way the neighbourhood treated them the last time!
There is nothing like being in Croke Park, especially the first and third Sundays in September (All Ireland Hurling Final the first Sunday; All Ireland Football Final the third Sunday).
brill what a stadium
Nothing like being in Croke Park the first and third Sundays in September! :)
Site of semi final All Ireland loss for Kildare 2010 : (
cant wait to take the tour of Croke Park Stadium!
site of one the worst civilian massacres in history and where i saw U2 on the 360 tour. they played bad..
Um ótimomlugar para morar!