Croke Park is one of the largest sports stadiums in Dublin, Ireland. It is mainly used in Gaelic football, but it is also used in rugby and soccer. And it is often used in music. It has been used live by Cores, Celine Dion, Westlife, U2 and others, and is known as a stadium that is visited by many people from all over the world.
|Venue name||Croke Park|
|address||Jones’ Rd, Drumcondra, Dublin 3, Ireland|
|URL||Home of the GAA and Ireland’s Gaelic Games – Croke Park|
The nearest airport is Dublin Airport.
|address||Corballis Dr, Corballis, Co. Dublin, Ireland|
|URL||Dublin Airport – Welcome to Dublin Airport Official Website|
As the capital of Ireland and one of the largest cities, transportation is very good. Dubliners usually travel by private car or public transport. Therefore, depending on the location, the roads are often congested during the rush hours for commuting and returning home.
In Dublin there is a Leap Card. You can charge your card with money and use public transportation. There are the following three types.
- Leap Card: A green card that can be issued by anyone regardless of age or purpose.
- Visitor Leap Card: A card that can be used by choosing from several available amounts at the time of issuance.
- Student Leap Card: A card that can only be issued by those attending an Irish school.
In Dublin, a bus called the Dublin Bus operates a wide range of routes in the city. You can get there by Dublin Bus almost anywhere in the city. Depending on the route, it runs until around 23:00 at night, so it can be used for returning home after drinking alcohol in the center of the city.
Dublin trams are a daily mode of transportation for Dublin citizens. Currently, there are two lines running in the city, Green Line and Red Line. Operating hours are from 5:30 to 0:30 from Monday to Friday, from 6:30 to 0:30 on Saturday, and from 7:00 to 23:30 on Sunday. It operates at intervals of 20 minutes or less.
Dublin taxis are basically available on the same system as Japanese taxis. Conversation in English is essential, but if you know your destination, it shouldn’t be a problem.
Rental bicycles that can be used not only by people living in Dublin but also by tourists. There are more than 100 rental stations in Dublin, so it’s very easy to use.