Just a 15 minutes stroll away from the Arlington, you will be able to visit the Aviva Stadium, one of the most important buildings in Dublin.
Irish people are absolutely crazy about sports and it plays a very important role in Irish culture. With over 50,000 seats, The Aviva Stadium is the second largest stadium in Ireland and it is one of the most famous and beautiful buildings in Dublin. It’s hard to not fall in love with its incredible architecture and it represents perfectly the passion that people from Ireland have to sports.
It started off as the Lansdowne Road Stadium in 1872, it is today not only the home base of the Irish Rugby Union Team, but also the home to the Republic of Ireland’s football team, and Ireland’s only UEFA Elite Stadium.
As Ireland’s prime sports stadium, it has hosted not only the Europa League Final in 2011 but also the inaugural Nations Cup. On occasion The Aviva Stadium also holds concerts and has hosted international stars such including Lady GaGa, AC/DC, Michael Buble and Madonna.
It’s very easy to go to the Aviva Stadium from the Arlington. It will take you only 15 minutes walking and you will notice that you’re getting there once you start feeling the buzz increase the closer you get to the stadium.
As Ireland’s prime sports venue, the Aviva Stadium guarantees you having a great time.
You can also learn more about this fascinating stadium and the history of Irish sports by taking a guided tour of the Aviva. Follow the footsteps of the greatest sports and entertainments figures of Ireland and learn more about how it has earned itself a place in the people’s hearts. To ensure a place in one of the tours, it is advised to pre-book the tours online.