Allianz National League (Dublin v Mayo)

23/02/2019

Transport Information

  • Bus

    Dublin Bus routes 1, 7, 7a, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 27, 27a, 27b, 29a, 31/a, 31b, 32, 33, 40, 40b, 40d, 40e, 41, 41b, 41c, 42, 43, 44, 53, 122, 123 and 130 all serve Croke Park.

    For more information on Dublin Bus routes, you can visit their website.

    For more information on Bus Éireann routes, you can visit their website.

    For all other private operators, please visit their website for more information.

  • Tram

    You can access the Luas Red Line (travels to 3Arena in one direction and Tallaght in the opposite direction) at the Connolly Luas Stop which is roughly a 25 minute walk from Croke Park.

    Access the Green Line (travels southbound) at the O’Connell Street Stop which is a 17 minute walk from Croke Park.

    For more information on the Luas, please visit their website.

  • Rail

    Connolly Station is roughly a 17 minute walk to Croke Park. Drumcondra Station is about a 7 minute walk to Croke Park.

    Check out the Irish Rail website for more details on timetables.

  • By Taxi

    You can get a taxi to Croke Park from Dublin city centre (Northside) in roughly 10 minutes. 

    From South Dublin City, you could get a taxi in roughly 13 minutes.

    Price will depend on distance you are travelling.

  • By Car

    You can drive to Croke Park from Dublin city centre (Northside) in roughly 10 minutes.

    Please see more detailed driving instructions on the Croke Park website.

  • Walking & Cycling

    Walking from the Northside in Dublin city centre is roughly a 21 minute walk. Use the Journey Planner App for directions.

    The nearest bike stations to Croke Park are at North Circular Road and Mountjoy Square. There are also bike locking facilities and storage at the stadium. You could cycle from Dublin city centre (Northside) to Croke Park in roughly 8 minutes. From South Dublin City you could cycle in roughly 15 minutes.

Visit Croke Park, one of Europe’s largest stadiums for a concert, corporate meeting or to see a sporting event.  The stadium is easily accessible through public transport and is within walking distance from Dublin city centre. 

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