6 Rathdown Ave, Terenure, Dublin 6W, Co. Dublin, D6W KD68, Ireland
*In addition to male and female champions category A will also receive the following prizes:
- 2 tickets for the Estrella Damm Master Finals
- 2 nights hotel for the last tournament of the year
Our travel pack
Enjoy between the breaks of the tournament for tourism
Live the tourist experience surrounding the Dublin Open, so that you do not miss everything that the Irish capital can offer you, we have selected for you the places and plans not to be missed in the city:
Saint Patrick's Cathedral is one of the largest cathedrals in the city and is located next to the well where St. Patrick baptized converts to Christianity.
The Guinness Factory is an indispensable building in your visit to Dublin, this building was built in 1904 and in 2000 opened its doors to all those interested in the history of this well-known beer. These are seven floors dedicated to Irish beer par excellence. You can get there on foot or by tram, getting off at James's station.
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Trinnity College is the oldest university in Ireland and is located in the heart of the city. The library that houses is the most complete of all Ireland, it conforms the oldest building of the University and is composed by great wooden shelves. As a curiosity, this university has been the scene of famous films, such as Harry Potter.
Saint Stephen's Green is the city's best-known Victorian park. Located in the heart of Dublin, it is the lung of the city.
Temple Bar All nightlife is concentrated in this attractive and old neighborhood. If there is something characteristic in the city and have managed to export are the famous Irish pubs and in this street will be the most crowded in the city.
Merrion Square Park is noteworthy on this list not only for being a haven of peace in the city, but also for the striking statues and the collection of lampposts it houses. One of these well-known statues is the one of the illustrious writer Oscar Wilde, famous for its peculiar position on a rock.
Chapter OneOne Michelin Star Restaurant, located in the north of the city. The food is a mix of international, traditional and a variety of vegetarian options. It is the most expensive option, prices range from € 100 to € 140 but the experience is unforgettable. Check out here
F.X. Buckley SteakhouseRestaurant located in downtown. They offer a great variety of typical dishes of the country, specialized in the roasts. It is the intermediate option in terms of prices, ranging from 30 - 50 € per person. Check out here
Beanhive Located south of Dublin, the perfect place to taste fast food but of the best quality. Typical Irish food, specialists in coffee and breakfast but also highly recommended for lunch. The average price per person is between 5 and 10 €. Check out here
Airport and transport in DublinCollinstown Airport is located in the town of Collinstown, 10 km north of Dublin. The most comfortable way to get to the city center is by hiring a chauffeur who will go to the airport to pick up the passengers and take them to the previously requested destination. The price per trip is 40 € with availability to travel 4 passengers and 45 € if you need a vehicle for 8 people.
Another option is the airport bus service. There are two options that leave from the airport:
Aircoach It only makes 3 stops to the center of the city and its cost is about € 7 per way, € 12 if you choose the round trip.
Airlink747 Make a direct route between the airport and the city center, namely O'Connell Street. The price is € 6 for a single journey and € 10 if you opt for the round trip.
Transport from the airport to Bushy Park Padel and Tennis
-By car: Access M50 from Swords Rd and Santry Ave / R104. Follow M50 towards Tallaght Rd / R137 in Dublin. Take Exit 11 on M50 and continue on R137 to Rathdown Ave in Terenure. The route includes tolls and the estimated time is 40 minutes depending on the traffic conditions.
-By public transport: Walk to the Dublin Airport, Maldron Hotel, from there, take the 757 to Charlotte Way to Kelly's Corner stop number 11 on the way. Then walk about 4 minutes to Grantham Street where we will take bus 15 towards Ballycullen Road (16 stops) and finally we will have the club 200 meters away.
Transport from the airport to the Rockbrook Paddle Club
By Car: This route includes tolls but is the fastest of all: Take M50 from Swords Rd / R132, Old Airport Rd and R108 then follow M50 towards Scholarstown Rd in Dublin, take exit 12 from M50 and continue on Scholarstown Rd And then drive onto Edmondstown Rd / R116. The estimated time is 27 minutes.
By public transport: Walk 400m to Dublin Airport, Maldron Hotel. Once there, take the bus 757 Charlotte Way to Earlsfort Terrace, get off the bus and walk approximately 4 minutes to Harcourt, where you have to ride the Green Line tramway to Bride's Glen and get off at Dundrum. Then we will take a minute to Outside Luas Station where we have to get on bus 161 towards Rockbrook to Edmondstown, where the Rockbrook Padel club is located.
|Male A||Puntuaction||Male B||Puntuaction|
|Champion||Javier Cincotta-Ivan Herrera||950||Gonzalo-Marcos||790|
|Runner-up||Danuilo Araneda-Federico Raffo||900||Simon-Jurgen||740|
David G-Luis B