How to get to Dublin

There is no getting around the fact that Ireland is an island. You will need to either fly or sail here and both these forms of transport have an impact on the environment. However, by making greener travel choices, you can monitor, reduce and offset your own personal carbon footprint.

Flights to Ireland

Dublin Airport is near to Dublin City University and has a number of different transport options available to get to your hotel or the conference venue quickly. Taxis are available outside of the Arrivals terminal, as are coaches and buses. The 16 and 41 buses travel from Dublin Airport directly to St. Patrick’s Campus in Drumcondra, where the conference will take place. The 700 coach (Aircoach) also travels from the airport to Drumcondra rail station.

You can access Dublin Airport website here.

Ferries to Ireland

There are several ferry options for travelling between the UK and the island of Ireland: you can choose a fast ferry or slow ferry, travel by foot or as a car passenger to Dublin, Cork and Rosslare in the Republic of Ireland, or Larne and Belfast in Northern Ireland.

Please see Conference booklet for more details.

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Getting to Ireland more sustainably

How to travel to and from Ireland without flying