Croke Park is located in north Dublin between Drumcondra and Ballybough and is bordered by Jones Road to the west, Clonliffe Road to the north, St. James Avenue to the east and the Royal Canal to the south. Visitors to Croke Park are encouraged to use public transport options – Bus, Rail, DART and LUAS – all bring you to within a 15 minute walk, or less, from the stadium.
Dublin Bus/Bus Éireann
Dublin Bus offers a high-frequency, accessible and easy to use service from all over Dublin. While a number of services bring you quite close to Croke Park, many others will get you to the city centre from where the stadium is a 15 minute walk.
Bus Routes that serve Croke Park:
1, 11, 13, 16, 27a, 27b, 29a, 31/a, 32, 33, 40, 40b, 40d, 41, 41b, 41c, 44, 123, 130
Both the DART and LUAS networks provide an excellent service from many different parts of Dublin. In most cases ‘park & ride’ is available at various stations along the route.
Take the Luas Red Line to Connolly Station and Croke Park is just a 15 minute walk from here
Iarnród Éireann provides convenient travel services for anyone travelling to Croke Park from rail connected locations around the country. Your destination station is Connolly or Heuston and then take the Luas. In addition to scheduled services, special additional trains are provided on event days. Extra local services are operated to and from Maynooth station on event days.
Travelling via the Port Tunnel
Port Tunnel users are advised that all vehicles (other than cars) must use Alfie Byrne Road travelling to or from Croke Park. Please follow Electronic Message Signs located at Poplar Row and East Wall Road.
Attendees travelling from Dublin Airport can access Croke Park Conference Centre via the M50 motorway. The conference centre is situated just north of Dublin city centre and is very well sign-posted.