Traveling to Ireland
With up to 50 airlines reaching 150 direct destinations Dublin is the ideal location for Internet of Things 4 Food Conference. The airport is located just 12km outside the city. It’s a 10-15min drive from Dublin Airport to the Internet of Things 4 Food Conference Venue – UCD.
For more information on Dublin Airport please visit www.daa.ie
Access from Dublin Airport to Dublin City
There are a number of private and public bus services that operate from outside the airport arrivals terminal:
Aircoach, a privately run bus service, operates between the airport and a number of city hotels and locations including the conference venue.
Airlink (bus 747), operated by Dublin Bus, will bring you directly from the airport to Busaras, the central bus station, located in the city.
AerDart is a combined bus and train service that will bring you from Dubin Airport to any DART station along the route for an all-inclusive price.
The Visitor Leap Card (Dublin city wide travel card) The Leap Visitor Card is the convenient public transport ticket for tourists and visitors to Dublin. It takes you anywhere you want to go in the city and suburbs for the following time periods; 24 hours, 3 days, 7 days.
Please note it is also possible to get to Ireland by a Ferry either directly into Dublin or via ports in Rosslare and Belfast. Dublin Port is located in the city centre and is a few mins by bus tor taxi to UCD.
Dublin Airport is the nearest airport to the conference venue with a transfer time of approximately 30 minutes. Not only is Dublin Airport Ireland’s busiest airport, it is also amongst the ten busiest airports in Europe. Dublin Airport manages an average of 60,000 passengers per day, rising to 80,000 during the peak season totalling 21.7 million passengers in 2014. There are over 600 aircrafts movements every day serving over 57 airlines.
For delegates who intend to extend their visit to Ireland to explore the country international flights also operated from Cork Airport and Shannon Airport. Both are located on the west coast of Ireland approximately three hours from Dublin.
Airlines serving Dublin Airport