"Fourth biggest stadium in Europe" Top 5 Page for this destination Hurling and Camogie Tip by sourbugger

Hurling and Camogie, Dublin: 4 reviews and 6 photos

  croke park
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The GAA claim this place, Croke (pronounced 'Crow') is the fourth biggest stadium in Europe. It's three tiers on the biggest stand certainly give it a dramatic feel.

Remember its Gaelic games here - hurling and Gaelic football - fast, furious and tough.

There is a museum here if you are into the history and a museum tour. You also get a chance to whack the slither (is that the right spelling ?)

Tickets are like gold dust for any big game - but you may get them if you nip in quick on the GAA website. If you get hold of some you will be going home to a heros welcome tonight!

Address: Croke Park - north Dublin
Directions: Look on the map - and don't confuse it with Lansdowne road - thats for the proddy English games.
Theme: Other
Website: http://www.gaa.ie

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Oct 19, 2003
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