Here are 10 reasons why for events in Dublin you should be booking now:
A modern, vibrant, bold and exciting city, full of life with a relaxed and outgoing atmosphere and plenty of Craic to be had! It’s a beautiful city all year round and there’s always something new to discover.
Beautiful architecture, historic buildings and a wide variety of galleries, museums, theatres and music and arts venues. UNESCO city of literature with connections to Samuel Beckett, Oscar Wilde and James Joyce to name a few. It’s a city with music at its heart with talented local artists and some of the biggest names in Music like U2 originating from here.
The people are warm, friendly and welcoming with the famous Irish hospitality running throughout. Dublin is one of the friendliest cities in the world.
A huge choice of conference, meetings and events venues and hotels as well as a renowned Convention Centre and a thriving business district all within and around the city centre as well as a great mix of unique and unusual spaces and venues to offer.
A variety of major attractions and landmarks all within easy access and great visitor activities on offer like skyline tours at Croke Park stadium and the renowned Guinness storehouse – The Dublin pass includes free admission to 33 top attractions in the city.
Dublin is over 1000 years old and was once a Viking settlement, there are five Georgian squares and many historical landmarks and buildings around the city including Dublin Castle and St Patrick’s Cathedral, Kilmainham Gaol, the Bank of Ireland – former Parliament house and Dublin City Hall.
Dublin has a great food and drink scene full of all manner of restaurant types to cater for all tastes and budgets, you will find amazing food at every turn in this city. Local produce is in abundance and there is a great mix of high end dining and high street dining venues to choose from as well as renowned afternoon tea experiences and great local cafes and deli’s around the city.
Dublin is a beautiful city with the best of both worlds to offer with all the benefits of a great city location as well as having green open spaces and the stunning Irish countryside and Wicklow mountains on your doorstep and lovely coastal towns also close by and all within easy reach of the city by car or the DART and rail services. Rail services also offer routes to explore other parts of Ireland.
The city is home to some of the biggest sporting venues in Ireland like Croke Park – the home of GAA where national sports like hurling and Gaelic football are played and the home of Irish rugby – The Aviva Stadium that plays hosts to matches like the six nations. These venues also host some of the biggest names in the music industry in sell out stadium tours throughout the year by the likes of Coldplay, Ed Sheeran, Beyonce, Bruce Springsteen and Adele to name a few.
The airport is only 12km from Dublin city Centre, with 60 airlines flying from over 179 destinations. The airport operates services to over 30 UK airports and over 100 European airports with an ongoing ever-expanding network. There are regular air link and air coach services in operation and Dublin has a fantastic public transport system with regular bus and DART and rail services, taxis readily available and the cities tram system the Luas in place.