- If you don’t have a booked Blue Badge space, forget about parking anywhere near the stadiums.
- Parking space will be on a first come, first serve basis.
- You can book park and walk or park and ride services but make sure to do so way in advance. These will be snapped up quickly.
- Shuttle services will be provided
- Train services will be improved to accommodate the large crowds where possible with extra or longer trains. Some may even run later to accommodate late comers. Some roads might be closed around match venues. Be prepared by looking up transport information on the official website of the RWC. Do so even if you are a regular in the city you are visiting.
- Take a look at the Spectator Journey Planner the RWC Organising Committee set up. This has been created to help fans find the best routes to match venues and Fanzones.
Dublin is a location in Ireland that is steeped in culture and boasts a rich heritage that has attracted
tourist in droves. If you happen to land in the city to attend the Rugby World Cup, then your trip will not
be complete until you visit some of the spectacular sites it has to offer:
Go back in Time
As the capital of Ireland, Dublin is perhaps the best city to discover the country’s amazing historical past.
If you want to know more about the Vikings and what the city was like during medieval times, Dublinia
Museum should be your first port of call. The life size displays will bring that time to life and is a great
way to learn how Ireland changed through the ages.
You can even visit ye old Kilmainham Gaol and see what one of the country’s most notorious prisons
was like. On the other hand, if you are interested in ancient architecture, St Patrick’s Cathedral will serve
as a fitting feast for the eyes. If you get the time, take a trek through Malahide Castle for a real time
view of the 12th century. That’s how well persevered it is!
Chug! Chug! Chug!
If you are a connoisseur of fine malts and beers, then your trip to the fun capital will be incomplete
without a visit to the Guinness Storehouse. Learn more about your favourite drink, its rich history and its
inventor, Arthur Guinness himself. You will also have the chance to snag a free drink at the end of the
tour at the Gravity Bar for a fitting end to this swoon worthy experience. Or, head on to the Old James
Distillery to learn about a number of famous Irish whiskies through an interactive tour complete with a
Have fun with the Family!
The Dublin Zoo is a great venue if you want to entertain the family. Complete with daily tours, a family
farm, Gorilla rainforest and even a replica of the African Savannah complete with indigenous wildlife,
this spot is a must see. If you are still hankering for some history, then the National Wax Museum is
another great spot to teach the kids about Ireland’s colourful and majestic history.
If you are a sports fan, then the Croke Park Stadium as well as the GAA Stadium is a must visit. These are
almost a 100 years old and have hosted a number of iconic matches from football to hurling. You can
even get access to the changing rooms if you have the connections!
and join numerous rugby fans who just want to have a great time while rooting for their teams. We have over 20 HD screens so you won’t miss a single moment! Gorge yourself on some of the best burgers and beers in town while you are at it.
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