The Safe World Summit 2018 will take place in the Round Room in the Mansion House, located in Dublin city centre.
The Mansion House is right in the heart of Dublin, adjacent to the Lord Mayor’s residence on Dawson Street. You will be able to reach the venue on foot from many city centre hotels. Dublin is easily accessible by air, sea and road and rail.
Getting around Dublin City Centre
Visitors to the capital are encouraged to use the DART, (Dublin Area Rapid Transport), to enjoy stunning views of Dublin Bay and travel out of the city to the numerous fishing villages and towns that are dotted along the coastline. The city centre DART stations are Connolly, Pearse and Tara.
Dublin bus is the public bus service that takes passengers all over the city at a low fare.
Or you can access all these public bus service routes throughout the city by using just one prepaid ticket called the ‘Freedom Ticket’.
This is a self-service bike rental system which has proven very popular with Dubliners. With 40 stations and 450 dbs (bikes), it enables you to travel through the city center and get out and about to enjoy Dublin city at your leisure. All stations are equipped for 3 Day Ticket users. A 3 Day Ticket costs €2. The first 30 minutes of use is free on every Dublin bike.
Irish rail system is the best way to travel throughout Ireland and visit the country. Trains are usually comfortable and punctual by Irish standards. The rail network in Ireland is not very extensive, serving only the larger cities and most major towns. If you are thinking of travelling to the more remote scenic areas, you may have to use the local bus services to reach your destination.
Getting around Ireland has never been easier. For maximum choice and flexibility choose from Bus Eireann’s three different types of Tourist Travel Pass. Open Road Pass
The Open Road bus pass allows you unlimited travel on all Bus Éireann scheduled services including Expressway, local, city and town services. These tickets are easy to use, you simply decide when you want to travel and then write the first and last dates of travel on the ticket. Buy Open Road Ticket Irish Rover Bus Only
Valid for travel on all Bus Éireann and Ulsterbus services in the Republic of Ireland & Northern Ireland. Also valid on city services in Cork, Limerick, Galway, Waterford & Belfast (Citybus).
For more information click here. Irish Explorer Bus/Rail
Valid for travel on Intercity, DART, Suburban Rail Services (Iarnród Éireann) and all Bus Éireann scheduled services including Expressway, local, city and town services. It is not valid for travel on services in Northern Ireland.
For more information please click here.
The Visitor Leap Card
(Dublin city wide travel card)
The Leap Visitor Card is the convenient public transport ticket for tourists and visitors to Dublin. It takes you anywhere you want to go in the city and suburbs for the following time periods; 24 hours, 3 days, 7 days. For more detailed information on usage and where to purchase please visit here: https://about.leapcard.ie/leap-visitor-card
Getting to Dublin
Getting to Dublin
There are more than 36 scheduled airlines flying into Dublin Airport, which is located 12 km from the city centre. Dublin Airport serves seven domestic, 29 UK, 36 continental European and nine international destinations.
There are a number of private and public bus services that operate from outside the airport arrivals terminal.
Aircoach, a privately run bus service, operates between the airport and a number of city hotels and locations including the conference venue.
Airlink (bus 747), operated by Dublin Bus, will bring you directly from the airport to Busaras, the central bus station, located in the city.
It is also possible to get to Dublin by ferry via Holyhead, Liverpool and Isle of Man ports in Britain. Dublin has two ferry terminals – Dublin Port, located in the city centre, is serviced by bus. Dun Laoghaire ferry terminal, south of the city is easily reached by a 20 minute car or DART train journey.
Everyone entering Ireland must have a valid passport, or in the case of European Union Member States, a national identity card. Visas are required for some countries.
Delegates should check with their local Irish representation. The Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform has primary responsibility for Ireland’s immigration and visa policy.
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