For your next business meeting, why not consider Dublin city. You just wouldn’t believe how much it has going for it, such as a plentiful supply of accommodation, unique conference venues, regular public transport throughout the city and a good exchange rate. Have a look at our brief guide for more information…
Dublin as a meeting place has got so much going for it. For starters there is the exchange rate, with the Euro holding its own with the major currencies.
There is a wide variety of accommodation on offer, such as hotels, self-catering apartments, guesthouses and bed and breakfasts. Some hotels have promotions, for example, 2 bed and breakfast and one dinner.
Conference venues can range from Castles to breweries, to colleges to specially designated areas in hotels.
Dublin is easily accessible by car, train, plane and ferry. With Dublin airport about 13km from the city.
Transport options within the city range from the Luas (tram system), DART (railway system running from North County Dublin to Greystones in Wicklow), DublinBus (city bus route running from 6.00a.m. to 23.30p.m.) and not forgetting taxis.
An inspirational city with so much going for it historically, culturally and architecturally.
Time permitting try to take in an Art Gallery. Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane and The Chester Beatty Library are popular choices with visitors.
Dublin is a sporting capital. A variety of watersports can be enjoyed in Dublin Bay. Croke Park plays host to international and national sporting events throughout the year. Then there is the Dublin City Marathon to look forward to. Horse riding, Mountain climbing, fishing and just plain walking can also be enjoyed.
Socially you can’t beat Dublin city for a lively evening of entertainment. Stumble upon an evening of traditional Irish “craic” (music, laughing and joking and just general merriment) and you will never view an evening out in the same way again.
Being a multi-cultural society, Dublin has a huge variety of eateries tempting you with mouth-watering dishes made from delicious home sourced produce.
There is some serious shopping to be done in Dublin city. The main shopping areas are Grafton Street and Henry Street. Don’t forget to have a look at the markets too, as these can be a good source of entertainment, especially Moore Street!
So there you have it, just a few reasons there to entice you to use our capital city as a possible venue for your next business meeting.
Do you need accommodation in and around Dublin city? Why not have a look at our Dublin Hotels page for some ideas.
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