Browsing the shops on Dublin’s Grafton Street is a renowned pastime as the shopping can also be combined with sight-seeing. The city is abundant with unique buildings and quirky stores; and the streets are always bustling.
With Michelin Star Restaurants centrally located, to casual eateries for resting the feet, again the mood and inclination of Dublin’s guests is anticipated, provided for and enjoyed.
Of course, the quintessential Dublin Pub provides the focal point of Dublin’s social life, illuminating the vibrant hues of Dubliners and their culture. Conversation flows freely unleashing the unique atmosphere that defines the city.
Dublin is a modern city with all the skills, structures, features and facilities necessary to host the most complex of conferences.
When congress business is over, there is a wealth of activities and culture. Due to Dublin’s coastal location, the sea is an integral part of Dublin life. This inheritance allows for a wide variety of water activities, sports or just strolling. Inland, Dublin offers a pick of events from greyhound racing, a variety of many fine gardens, old stately homes and picturesque parklands.
- Tipping: A small tip is appreciated for good service. Tipping is not usual in pubs and bars. Tip cabs 10% and porters 60c per bag.
- Currency: The currency in Ireland is the Euro.
- Smoking Policy: Under Irish law smoking is not permitted in pubs, restaurants, hotel lobbies and all enclosed public buildings.
- Electricity: 220 volts
- Time: Ireland operates on Greenwich Mean Time + 1 hour.
What to Pack
14th - 17th November 2018
Opening of Registration
End of Early Registration
28th September 2018