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GAA Stadium

10:00

Croke Park Stadium

Make the most of your location with a visit to the iconic GAA stadium Croke Park, just over the road from the hotel. The best way to take it all in is a walk on the Ericsson Skyline Tour – you’ll stroll 17 storeys above the pitch and enjoy panoramic views of the city. Afterwards, wander the GAA museum and learn more about the stadium and the GAA.


Jones' Rd, Drumcondra, Dublin 3
crokepark.ie

Wallaces Asti

13:00

Wallace's Asti

Head to the nearby Wallace’s Asti for a classic Italian lunch – the authentic pizza is cooked on a traditional Italian stone oven and the wine list is excellent.


15 Russell St, Ballybough, Dublin 1, D01 VW02
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Glasnevin Cemetery

14:30

Glasnevin Cemetery Tour

Walk to Glasnevin Cemetery and take a tour with one of the expert guides. You’ll get a fascinating insight into the history of the city by learning about its past inhabitants (with the added bonus of some juicy historical gossip). Afterwards, take a stroll to the Botanic Gardens – there’s a hidden gate that leads from the cemetery right to the gardens themselves.


 Finglas Rd, Glasnevin, Dublin 11, D11 PA00
glasnevinmuseum.ie | botanicgardens.ie

Gravediggers Pub

17:00

Gravediggers pub

Finish with a pint in the infamous Gravediggers pub (AKA John Kavanagh’s) – it featured in Ulysses and has been open for almost 200 years. 


1 Prospect Square, Glasnevin, Dublin, D09 CF72
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19:00

Dinner at the Sideline Bistro

Head back to The Croke Park for dinner in the exceptional Sideline Bistro. If you’ve built up an appetite, then you’ll enjoy the options from the grill – try the gambas with garlic and chilli marmalade or a classic striploin steak. Afterwards, unwind in the bar with a signature cocktail from the extensive menu.


The Croke Park Hotel, Jones's Road, Dublin 3, D03 A095