NLS Congress Dublin 2016 : INFORMATION

Welcome To Dublin



Before you arrive



We highly recommend that you pre-book your restaurants before you arrive in Dublin. Please find the following link for options.


The Dublin Pass

Depending on the duration of your stay, delegates may choose to purchase ‘the Dublin Pass’. It can be purchased for three days or 5 days. It provides free bus transfer from airport and free admission to a number of tourist attractions.


When you Arrive at the Airport


Here are a number of different transport options.  You must put out your hand and hail the bus, otherwise it will not stop!


Aircoach – a private coach from Dublin Airport to Dublin City Centre. The stops are situated in Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. It is a 24 hour service with buses departing every 15-30 minutes.

Please note due to road works allow 1 hour for this journey.


Dublin Bus – Dublin public bus system from the airport to Dublin City Centre. Dublin Bus stops are located in Terminal 1 (Outside Arrivals hall) and Terminal 2 (Outside Spar Shop)


The Airlink 747 is a dedicated bus service operated by Dublin Bus and connects with two main line train stations (Heuston and Connolly).  A single fare into the City cost €6. Tickets can be purchased from the Bus and rail information desk in the airport or from the bus driver.


Route 16 and 41 transport from Dublin Airport to different locations in Dublin City Centre. It only operates from 7.00am to 11.30pm. The buses leave terminus every 15 -20mins. It is a slower service than the Aircoach or Airlink but is still a good mode of transportation.

Delegates should allow 1 hour to 1 hour and 15 mins travel time for this journey.


For all Dublin Bus Service within the City and Surrounding areas timetables:

Download the Dublin Bus App:


Taxi – are available for hire outside Arrivals hall and will cost approximately €20 – €34

to the city centre and the journey take upwards of 20 – 40 minutes.

Extra charges apply to premium time periods (usually 20.00 hours -8.00 hours), additional passengers (€1 each) and if pre- booked (€2).



The Congress will begin with a special opening.

Delegates are asked to be seated by 9am




      The Printworks – The Congress Venue – Registration at 8am


The Printworks – Dublin Castle is situated in the heart of the city on the south side of the

River Liffey and will take approximately 10 minutes to walk to from Trinity College.

For an exact location please refer to


Delegates staying outside of the City, Dublin Bus from North Dublin: 13, 27, 40, 49, 54a, 56a, 77a, 123, 150 stopping on Dame Street and 9, 14, 15, 15a, 15b, 16, 65, 65b, 83, 122 and 140; from South Dublin: 46A, 39A, 145 stopping at walking distance.


An Seisiún” – Social Event 8pm till late

The Congress social event will take place in Dublin’s newest restaurant venue, Medley, located on Fleet Street which is a 10 minute walk from The Printworks. The event commences at 8pm.

Delegates who have a ticket for the social event can go for a drink to Medley from 6.30pm.

Please find Medley’s location within the following map:



Local attractions to Visit  


1.     Trinity College and the Book of Kells

2.     James Joyce Centre

3.     James Joyce Tower and Museum

4.     Story of the Irish Museum

5.     National library of Ireland – W.B Yeats Collection

6.     Chester Beatty Library

7.     National Gallery of Ireland





Delegates will only have one hour for lunch (from 12.30 to 1.30pm sharp).

We have provided a sandwich shop list / take away shops in your delegate pack.


July is one of Dublin’s busiest tourist months so… two things to bear in mind:


Ø  Travelling to the Airport by taxi: please allocate 1 hour.

Ø  Travelling on the Aircoach, please allocate between 1 hour and 1 hour and 30 mins travelling time. If the coach is full it will not stop.  




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