The conference venue, the Convention Centre Dublin(CCD) is located in the heart of the city on the River liffey.
Click here for a map showing the CCD and general location services in this area.
This is a way to use multiple transportation services under the one card. You can purchase this travel card in may of the small retail shops and “Top Up” as you need, allowing you to travel without the need of having exact cash/coins. Visit www.leapcard.ie or any retailer displaying the leap card sign while in Dublin.
= Services from Dublin Airport to the City Centre
Aircoach operates a service from Dublin Airport to Dublin City Centre.
Further details available at www.aircoach.ie
You can purchase return tickets to and from Dublin Airport from €12 and pre-book online.
A recommended service, this is a Dublin Bus operated service and operates routes to many of the conference hotels. This transfer service has a stop point 50m from the congress venue
Please view Airlink brochure here
(Irish Public Bus System)
Dublin Bus offers a variance of routes throughout the city.
Irish Rail /DART
Irish Rail operate services that travel from Heuston and Connolly stations to cities/towns throughout Ireland. www.irishrail.ie.
The DART services is a rail service operates through Dublin traveling on the east coast servicing the coastal towns north and south of Dublin www.dart.ie
This Dublin city light rail service operates two transportation lines. The Red Line (East to West) with Green Line (North to South) For the full schedule and service points visit www.luas.ie
On arrival to Dublin airport, directly outside their arrivals hall is the official airport taxi rank. The average current price from Dublin airport to the Convention centre is approximately €25.
There are many official taxi ranks throughout the Dublin City Centre. Ensure to only travel in a registered taxi displaying their badge and taxi number- they will have their taxi license displayed on the dashboard. Taxis are readily available all over the city with listed Taxi ranks in most
main tourism areas.
Dublin is one of many European cities that offer a bike sharing scheme for its many visitors and residents. You will see throughout the city centre the dbs or Dublin bikes parked throughout the capital. For information on how to hire visit Dublin Bikes These are a fun way to explore Dublin.