Dublin Convention Bureau

Convention center39,567 sq. m
Guest Rooms25,000
Guest rooms at 1 hotel
Special event venues45
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Dublin Convention Bureau


Why Choose Our Destination?

Dublin Convention Bureau does not charge any fee or commission on any service. We are here to streamline your efforts and ensure that you deliver an unsurpassed meeting or event experience for your delegates in Dublin. We are, in essence, your one stop shop in Dublin. Here are a few reasons why you should include us in your search. Site Inspection Hosting: A crucial element in the decision making process, we can fund and coordinate site visits for you as the international committee members/decision makers, covering meeting facilities, hotels, social options and attractions. Financial Support: -Association Conference- Once your conference is confirmed for Dublin, we’ll offer marketing funding to help you to promote your programme and to attract even more international delegates. Here is the link to our financial supports https://www.meetinireland.com/supports/financial-supports/application -Corporate & Incentive - For events not yet confirmed with a minimum of 50 international participants, we provide financial supports – usually this is calculated at approximately €10 per international participant up to 1000 participants and €20 for numbers above 1000 participants. Please note this application can be submitted anytime from now but must be submitted a minimum of 3 months before the event takes place. Here is the link to our financial supports https://www.meetinireland.com/supports/financial-supports/application Core services: • FREE and impartial venue and supplier finding service • Expert advice and comprehensive local knowledge • Assistance with site inspections and organisation of familiarisation trips • Assistance with bids for international meetings • Sourcing endorsement and local support • Marketing support • Dublin maps, voucher booklet and gift for delegates………….. and much more! Easy to get to and around, Dublin has both the state of the art facilities and the expertise to cater for any conference. The city’s mixture of the traditional and the modern will excite and inspire, while the famed Irish hospitality will give your conference that extra dimension.


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Distance from airport

  • Dublin Airport

    12 km from city center


Local Attractions

Viking Splash Tour

Join Viking Splash Tours on a thrilling tour around the main sights of Dublin City - by land and water! Let the Vikings show you the sites and scenes of the capital city from a World War II amphibious vehicle – all whilst our Viking guides deliver an informative, entertaining and engaging commentary, ensuring all are captivated on this thrilling tour!
St. Stephen's Green North
Dublin 2, IE

Experience Gaelic Games

In Ireland our Gaelic Games and dance are part of who we are and what we do.At Experience Gaelic Games we give you the opportunity to come and experience this unique aspect of Ireland for yourself. This is one of the best things to do in Ireland as you get to play the games, to watch a game, to dance – whatever suits you. •Learn the ancient art of our stick and ball game “Hurling” – the oldest, yet fastest field sport in the world •Play and learn about the most popular sport in Ireland, Gaelic Football. This is soccer, rugby, basketball and more all rolled into one •Take an alley, 4 walls, 1 ball, 4 or 2 players, fast and furious pace and this is “Handball”, another of our Irish sports. Fun, fast, yet accessible to all •Are you ready to dance? Ceilí Dancing is the most fun form of Irish dance and guaranteed to have your group laughing and enjoying the pure pleasure it delivers With Experience Gaelic Games you get to come and take part in a unique and integral part of Irish culture and heritage. The experience is brought alive by a wonderful team of passionate ambassadors /coaches.We will teach you the games, coach and instruct you in the skills, then have you playing mini-matches, taking part in team building activities or if you prefer you can sit back and watch whilst we organise a demonstration of how it is all done! For visitors -of all the things to do in Ireland this is one not to be missed.
Na Fianna GAA Club, Saint Mobhi Road
Dublin 9, IE

Little Museum of Dublin

This much-loved museum tells the amazing story of the Irish capital. Rated as “Dublin’s best museum experience” by The Irish Times, we are the number one museum in Ireland on TripAdvisor. Visitors to the museum are invited to join one of our famous guided tours, which are included in the price of admission. Please note that the museum has limited capacity. To avoid disappointment, book your tickets now.
15 St. Stephen's Green
Dublin 2, IE

Wake Dock

Wakedock is Ireland’s first cable wakeboard park, located in the heart of the Dublin Docklands area. Our System 2.0 is ideal for beginners to learn wakeboarding. We have four obstacles, a small and a big kicker, a slider and a rooftop rail, which guarantee tons of fun for more advanced riders. Only one wakeboarder uses the cable at any time. The speed can be adjusted to the riders ability and after a fall, the cable is stopped and the handle brought back to the rider – there is no need to swim to the quayside or back to the start pontoon. Wakedock offers sessions for adults and kids, individuals and groups, primary and secondary schools, corporate teams, hen and stag parties and more. •Learn to Wakeboard •Ride Passes (our standard session) •Group sessions •Hen and Stag Parties •Corporate Events •Birthday Parties •Kids Club •School Groups
South Dock Road, Grand Canal Dockyard
Dublin 4, IE

Pat Liddy Walking Tours of Dublin

DUBLIN IS A FEELING INSIDE AND OUTSIDE NORTHSIDE AND SOUTHSIDE IN RAIN AND IN SHINE This is what we are convinced of, and this is what we want you to experience on our individually tailored tours - whether you are a one-time visitor or a local! The beauty of Dublin lies inside and outside - in both the obvious as well as the hidden! You can find it on the streets, behind the facades, northside of the river Liffey as well as southside, under rainy clouds or bright sunlight, and especially in the Irish peoples' hearts! Let us give you a sense of it!
Dublin City, IE

Book of Kells & Old Library

The Old Library and the Book of Kells Exhibition is a “must see” on the itinerary of all visitors to Dublin. Located in the heart of Dublin City, a walk through the cobbled stones of Trinity College Dublin will bring visitors back to the 18th century, when the magnificent Old Library building was constructed. Inside is housed the Book of Kells - a 9th-century gospel manuscript famous throughout the world.The Book of Kells was written around the year 800 AD and is one of the most beautifully illuminated manuscripts in the world. Its 680 pages of vellum contain the Latin texts of the Four Gospels. It was written around 800AD by Irish monks and later buried in the ground for fear of the Vikings. After being eventually rediscovered, it was deposited for safe keeping in Trinity College Dublin in 1653.
Trinity College Dublin
Dublin 2, IE

Etihad Skyline Tour

What better way to see Dublin, Ireland’s vibrant and dynamic capital city, than from 17 storeys high on the roof of Ireland’s most famous sporting arena? The Etihad Skyline tour at Croke Park, offers visitors unmatched panoramic city views and insights into Dublin’s celebrated landmarks combined with the thrill of walking on top of one of Europe’s largest stadiums. Learn about Dublin’s history in this unique experience that’s not for the faint hearted! Multilingual audio guides are also provided on all Etihad Skyline tours to compliment the live escourted tour. Audio guides are available in English, Irish, French, German, Spanish and Italian. - See more at: https://crokepark.ie/gaa-museum-tours/etihad-skyline?gclid=CPLIoc-9hM4CFSKL2wodhM0DmA#sthash.3vmmP9rC.dpuf
Clonliffe Road
Via St. Joseph's Avenue
Dublin 8, IE

Chester Beatty Library

The Chester Beatty Library in Dublin is described by the Lonely Planet as, "not just the best museum in Ireland, but one of the best in Europe". It is an art museum and library which houses the great collection of manuscripts, miniature paintings, prints, drawings, rare books and some decorative arts assembled by Sir Alfred Chester Beatty (1875-1968). Its rich collections from countries across Asia, the Middle East, North Africa and Europe opens a window on the artistic treasures of the great cultures and religions of the world.
Dublin Castle
Dublin 2, IE

Convention Centers

  • The Convention Centre Dublin (The CCD)

    The Convention Centre Dublin is Ireland's world class, purpose-built international convention and event venue, located in the heart of Dublin. The entire venue is finished to the highest specifications and incorporates the latest technology.

  • The RDS, Irish International Convention and Exhibition Centre

    The RDS, Irish International Convention and Exhibition Centre located minutes from the City Centre, the RDS has a prime location, and an excellent range of facilities.The RDS is Ireland’s premier venue for meetings, conferences, exhibitions.


Additional Information

Captivating experience: Dublin is a breath of fresh air, a truly unique capital that’s steeped in tradition yet young at heart. In the historic, compact city centre there are lots to do and see, and visitors will love the rich selection of galleries, museums, restaurants, pubs and shops, not to mention the traditionally warm welcome from Dubliners. Easy access: Ireland ideally located on the edge of Europe, is less than one hour from London, less than two hours from Paris or Brussels and just six hours from the east coast of the US by air. Dublin Airport is Ireland’s busiest airport, with 60 airlines flying to 179 destinations, including direct scheduled daily flights from North America, mainland Europe, Britain and regular flights from the Middle East. We are the only EU capital with all day US Pre-Clearance. Dublin International Airport is only 12KM from the city centre and the city itself is small and compact, and is tailor-made for carefree exploring by foot. It also has an excellent transport system, which includes an urban rail system (DART), a tram network (Luas) and an extensive citywide and national bus service. Taxis are plentiful and reasonably priced by international standards. Traditionally high visitor turnout: World-renowned for our warm welcome and genuine sense of fun, the Irish people’s enviable passion for life promises to entice colleagues and peers from around the globe, guaranteeing high attendance at any international event.