Dublin

The Dublin hub is located in the city centre at the Clayton Hotel. Click here to visit their website.


Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane
Sir John Rogerson's Quay
Dublin Docklands
Dublin
D02 YT21
Ireland

By Coach

For more information on how you can get to Dublin via coach, visit the National Express website or the Visit Dublin website.

Aircoach Route 702 from Dublin Airport Terminals 1 & 2 stops just outside Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane. Fares are from €10.00 return or €6.00 single for an adult, journey time is approximately 40 minutes.

Both Airlink 747 and 757 services stop outside the Convention Centre Dublin, a 5-minute walk from Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane across the Samuel Beckett Bridge. Buses depart every 10-20 minutes, journeys cost €12.00 return or €7.00 one way and take approximately 25 minutes.


By Ferry

Dublin Port is located two miles from the city centre, with Irish Ferries offering several daily cruise and fast ferry options from Holyhead. Irish Ferries Ulysses is the largest car ferry in the world, carrying up to 2,000 passengers on a 3 hour 15 minute crossing. Fast sailings take just under two hours.

Stena Line operates the Stena Adventurer and Superfast X between Holyhead and Dublin Port, with four daily sailings each way. While on board enjoy free Wi-Fi, free movies and vast retail and bar and restaurant areas too. Sail from Holyhead to Dublin in 3 hours 15 minutes. The Isle of Man Steam Packet Company connects the Isle of Man to Dublin in just under three hours, while P&O Ferries takes car passengers between Liverpool and Dublin (i.e. not foot passengers).


From Belfast

There are 3 ways to get from Belfast to Dublin: by train, bus or car. Visit the Rome2Rio website to get more information on this.


If you require any assistance planning your journey, please e-mail conferences@iop.org stating where you are travelling from and your preferred method.

Key dates

Registration deadline (in-person only):

12 November 2021

Late registration deadline (Online only):

Until full


   

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