Venue, hotels, travel & city information
Hamilton Conference Centre, Trinity College Dublin
Registration, refreshments & exhibition tables:
Panoz Institute, ground floor, Hamilton Conference Centre (east end of campus)
Workshop sessions: MacNeill Theatre, 1st Floor, Hamilton Conference Centre (east end of campus)
Lunch 25 & 26 June: Dining Hall (west end of campus)
Drinks reception 25 June: The Pavilion (east end of campus)
Trinity College Dublin,
Central Switchboard: +353 1 896 1000
Maps & restaurant recommendations:
In Ireland power sockets take plugs with three rectangular pins (as in UK) – voltage 230v, frequency 50hz. Please ensure that you have an adapter as there will not be any to borrow or buy at the workshop venue.
The Westin Dublin Hotel – 5 star: 5 minute walk from Trinity College
Brooks Hotel – 4 star: 10 minute walk from Trinity College
O’Callaghan Mont Clare Hotel – 3 star: 10 minute walk from Trinity College
Buswells Hotel – 3 star: 5-10 minute walk from Trinity College
Getting to Dublin:
By air: Dublin Airport is located twelve kilometres north of the city centre and is managed by the Dublin Airport Authority. Transport options from the airport are bus, taxi or car. There is no train connection from the airport. For a list of all airlines that fly into and out of Dublin, please visit www.daa.ie
Bus services include: Airlink – Routes 747 & 748 – express services to and from Dublin Airport, via the central bus station (Busáras) and Connolly and Heuston train stations.
Dublin Bus services: local buses with a number of stops serving the areas between Dublin Airport, city centre and surrounding suburbs.
Aircoach: an express luxury coach service serving major hotels in the city centre and south Dublin. *Enjoy a free transfer one way from the airport to the city with The Dublin Pass, a visitor attractions card that includes free admission into thirty attractions as well as over twenty five special offers.
Taxis: available for hire only at the taxi rank located outside the Arrivals Building. Expect to pay between €25 and €35 from Dublin Airport to the city centre. The journey takes 45 minutes during rush hour and 30 minutes at other times.
Getting the most out of your stay in Dublin:
Visit Fáilte Ireland Discover Ireland’s website www.visitdublin.com for all the information you need to get the most out of your stay in Dublin.
Dublin is one of the top city break destinations in Europe and for atmosphere, night life, visitor attractions, activities and shopping, Dublin has very few rivals. Steeped in history and buzzing with youthful energy, the Irish capital is at the very heart of Irish culture.
Dublin is one of Europe’s oldest cities and as well as retaining its historical and cultural charms, Dublin offers trendy bars, elegant restaurants and stylish, cosmopolitan shops and hotels. There’s never been a better time to visit Dublin, a city that is rivalling Europe’s elite for hip appeal.
So, why not eat in a Castle, enjoy a night at the dogs, sit back and enjoy a pint of world famous Guinness or play a round of golf?
With over fifty golf courses within an hour of Dublin, three racecourses and excellent fishing facilities, the sports enthusiast is well taken care of. Or enjoy a literary pub crawl around the city, experience a Dublin Bay sea thrill, a boat trip on the River Liffey or enjoy a traditional Irish music session in one of Dublin’s famous Irish pubs. The options are endless and the welcome is always warm. Let us plan your visit at www.visitdublin.com or call into one of our tourist information offices.
Fáilte Ireland Discover Ireland Information Offices
Fáilte Ireland operates four tourist information offices in Dublin including the Dublin Discover Ireland Centre in the former St. Andrew’s church on Suffolk Street. The following services are available:
- All Ireland tourist information
- All Ireland accommodation and reservation service
- Box Office for Theatre tickets
- Booking service for a variety of tours including bus, rail, water and walking tours, literary and musical pub crawls
- Ticket desk for booking music and sporting events
- Itinerary planning
- Tourist literature and guides for Dublin and Ireland
- Bureau de Change
- Book and gift shop
- Dublin Pass
- Tax Back