Our Location - Croke Park, Dublin

Just us in Ireland's most historic venue

Croke Park

Our central location in Dublin 3, is within easy reach of the city centre, Dublin Airport and Dublin port.

Excellent public transport links for local and national bus and rail services, along with 600 on-site parking spaces ensure there is an option to suit you. Our proximity to the M50 motorway, provides access to Ireland’s motorway network – connecting all major urban centres nationwide.

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Free Parking

We have 600 FREE on-site parking spaces for attendees and exhibitors.

These spaces are provided at the Cusack Stand and in the Davin Car Park


Davin Car Park:

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Cusack Cark Park:

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Dublin Bus


Dublin Bus offers a high-frequency, accessible and easy to use service from all over

Dublin. A number of services bring you quite close to Croke Park and 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, 7, 11, 13, 14, 16, 27a, 27b, 29a, 31/a, 31b, 32, 33, 40, 40b, 40d, 41, 41b, 41c, 42, 43,

44, 53, 123, 13





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


Take the Luas Red Line​ to Connolly Station and Croke Park is just a 15 minute walk

(1.3km) from here. The stadium is a similar walking distance from both Parnell and

Marlborough Luas stops on the Luas Green Line​.



Croke Park Hotel


Nestled close to Dublin Airport and Dublin city centre, the hotel enjoys a unique location. It is just steps away from the historic and world-famous Croke Park Stadium, the main venue for the conference.

B&B Rates:

Double/Twin Room:       € 225.00

Single Room:                € 195.00


Academy Plaza Hotel 

Academy Plaza Hotel is one of the most ideally located in Dublin city centre. It is just a short stroll to Temple Bar, Croke park stadium, Dublin Convention Centre, Trinity College, St Stephen’s Green and many other famous landmarks, city sights and attractions.

B&B Rates:

Double/Twin Room:

23rd, 24th,25th April:              € 124.00

26th April:                             € 184.00

27th April:                             € 229.00



These special rates are available to all ALI2019 ticket holders. Book your room by logging into your ticket account.



Top 3 Attractions in Dublin

Dublin is the tech capital of Europe and a cultural hub. If you’re travelling from abroad, why not extend your stay for the whole weekend? 

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1. Guinness Storehouse

Not sure what to do in Dublin or where to start? What better place to begin your Dublin adventure than the city’s number one attraction, the Guiness Storehouse. Located in the heart of the St James’s Gate Brewery and home to the black stuff since 1759, this massive seven-storey building, a former Guinness® fermentation plant, has been remodelled into the shape of a giant pint of Guinness®. A visit will teach you everything you ever wanted to know about this world famous beer. The highlight for many visitors is the Gravity Bar® where they receive a complimentary pint of Guinness® and a chance to relax and enjoy the breathtaking 360-degree views across Dublin City.

2. Dublin Zoo

See many rare and exotic animals living and roaming in a wide variety of natural habitats at Dublin Zoo. Wander through the African Savannah and gaze at the giraffes, zebras, scimitar oryx and ostrich, then head to the Kaziranga Forest to see the magnificent herd of Asian elephants that call this beautiful place home. Dublin Zoo, located in the Phoenix Park in the heart of Dublin City, allows you to discover amazing animals that include tigers, hippos, bats, rare monkeys, gorillas, chimpanzees, red pandas and reptiles, to name but a few!

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3. Book of Kells

The Book of Kells was written around the year 800 AD and is one of the most beautifully illuminated manuscripts in the world. Its 680 pages of vellum contain the Latin texts of the Four Gospels. It was written around 800 AD by Irish monks and later buried in the ground for fear of the Vikings. After being eventually rediscovered, it was deposited for safe keeping in Trinity College Dublin in 1653.

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