Dublin

The unofficial home of the Rugby Tour, Dublin has been an annual pilgrimage with 15-man tourists since the dawn of touring time. A right of passage.

Rugby Tours To Dublin

Synonymous with the Rugby Tour for generations, a Tour to Dublin features on many peoples touring CV's. All those people cannot be wrong. 

Yes, the general feedback revolves around the price of a Pint of Guinness in Temple Bar, but there is more to it than that. 

As well as the iconic landmarks & music filled cobbled streets, Dublin offers the Rugby Tourist much. A visit to see Leinster Rugby at The RDS is a must & the whistling winds of the AVIVA needs to be seen to be believed. 

The Guinness Storehouse, newly renovated Jamesons Distillery & our favourite Tour Restaurant of them all, complete our offering in the Fair City. 

Top 5: Dublin

1. Watch the powerhouse of Europe, Leinster in action in the Guinness PRO 14 

2. Guided tours of the Aviva Stadium 

3. Tours of the Guinness Brewery & Jamesons Whiskey Distillery

4. Tickets to watch GAA Football or Hurling at Croke Park

5. Our #1 Rugby Tour Restaurant - My Meat Wagon

 

Key Information

The Rugby

  • Tickets to watch 4-time European Cup Champions Leinster in action in the Guinness PRO 14
  • Guided Tour of the AVIVA Stadium
  • Guest Coaching Sessions with Leinster & Ireland Legends
  • Fixtures with clubs in Dublin to test your abilities 

Coach

Travelling to Dublin by Coach is simple from the rest of Ireland and Northern Ireland. You can also travel by coach from the rest of the UK via ferries crossings from Fishgaurd, Holyhead and Cairnryan to Rosslare, Dublin and Belfast. 

 

Ferry

You can travel by coach from Wales, England and Scotland via ferries crossings from Fishgaurd, Holyhead and Cairnryan to Rosslare, Dublin and Belfast. Then, with short coach transfers you can be at your destination. 

 

Air

 Dublin Airport is situated just a short drive north of the City Centre making it in an ideal location for inbound teams to start there tour. With regular flights with the rest of the UK, Dublin is accessible to all. 

Jacob's Inn Hostel

Jacobs Inn is Dublin's only purpose built youth/backpacker hostel with all of the modern conveniences of a hotel. Situated in the city centre beside the central bus station,the tram and rail lines, Jacobs Inn is the most accessible hostel in Dublin. There are Private Ensuite Rooms sleeping from 1-4 people and spacious Ensuite Dormitories sleeping 6-12. Temple Bar is a twelve minute walk away. O'Connell Street, 3arena, Croke Park and the Aviva are just a few minutes from the hostel.

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