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The guided tour of Aviva Stadium home of Irish football and rugby is a fun, informative and unforgettable experience for adults and children. The tour includes visits to the home dressing room, players' tunnel, pitchside, press room and much more...more
RoI 0 - Wales 1! Therefore a great result. A great staduim with good access to the venue. Friendly staff. Not many bug bears but stadium wifi although free clearly not up to speed as would not connect. On arrival maybe unlucky but went to...More
We visited for the ROI vs Wales match as we have been in Dublin for 2 nights, thought we’d see the game. We were in the upper west stand - Row N and the view was spot on. The stadium is easy to get to...More
The Aviva Stadium is a great sporting stadium and (unless you’re in the lowered section in the North Stand), there isn’t really a bad seat in the house. Even the “nosebleeds” in the upper tier have a pretty decent view.
Luckily, we live within walking...More
Lansdowne Road is officially known as Aviva Stadium. It's mainly used for big rugby union matches, such as Six Nations fixtures, but it's also used for big soccer games. This year, Ireland won the Grand Slam in the Six Nations competition. Lansdown Road is about...More
Great day out, the stadium is massive, well laid out and well stewarted. No problem's getting in or out. Went by bus and parked near the dock's off the roundabout. Bit of a walk (15 mins) but was a good day and craic was good....More
Went to see Liverpool FC play Napoli at Aviva few days ago. First time at Aviva, lovely stadium. Not far from centre Dublin, easy to walk to. We had travelled from Belfast the night before & not wanting to leave 3 handbags in our parked...More
This is a very nice stadium; internally. It’s well managed and the entering / departure is very efficient.
The place is well looked after and the staff handle themselves well.
It’s a little expensive but that’s what you expect where somewhere have the monopoly on...More