Supporters planning on attending the World Para Swimming Allianz European Championships will have an extra reason to make their way to the Sport Ireland National Aquatic Centre as the price of their #Dublin2018 ticket will be taken off the price of entry for the AquaZone Waterpark.
The best para swimmers in Europe will be coming to Dublin to make history as Ireland hosts its first ever major International Para Sporting event from August 13th-19th. Ireland’s 8 person team will be the first Irish para athletes ever to compete in front of a home crowd as they bid for European glory.
AquaZone is one of Ireland’s most popular attractions and the emphasis is on fun fun fun for the whole family, young and old alike. Over 1 million people visited AquaZone and the Sport Ireland National Aquatic Centre in 2017 as the attraction proved to be one of the most innovative water parks in Europe.
Supporters who attend the World Para Swimming Allianz European Championships will also be able to subtract the cost of their #Dublin2018 ticket from the cost of attending AquaZone. This is a great opportunity to see the most inspirational athletes in Ireland whilst also enjoying one of Ireland’s most vibrant tourist attractions.
Tickets for #Dublin2018 are available now at www.paralympics.ie/dublin-2018-tickets with a range of attractive prices to suit every budget. Those availing of the discount for Aquazone will enjoy the below reduced rates.
#Dublin2018 tickets are available at: Morning Session Tickets: Adult ticket: €5. Child Ticket €3. Morning Family Ticket (2 Adults, 2 Children) €10. Morning Group Ticket (2 Adults, 8 Children) €25. Evening Session Tickets: Adult Ticket €10. Child Ticket €3. Evening Family Ticket (2 Adults, 2 Children)
This deal is not available online and can only be availed of AquaZone on production of valid Dublin2018 ticket. This offer is not valid in conjunction with any other offer.
The World Para Swimming Allianz European Championships are supported by Paralympics Ireland, Sport Ireland, Swim Ireland and Fáilte Ireland.