About Dublin

Dublin is more than just a great conference location. Combining a solid reputation for education and innovation, with great accessibility, it is no coincidence that Dublin is now the European headquarters of many of the world’s leading corporations, and a centre for academic research and innovation. As the home to many of the world’s top ICT, Financial and Pharmaceutical corporations, it is a serious place to do business. 

Yet, Dublin has not forgotten its roots and is steeped in a rich cultural heritage that begs to be explored. All year round, the city is alive with music, art and theatre of all kinds and, of course, art galleries and museums abound. All complemented by an impressive range of restaurants, cafés and shops, where delegates are often surprised by the city’s competitiveness and value for money.

Climate in Dublin

Dublin has a maritime climate. 
The day-time temperature in early September 
ranges between 10 and 17 °C.
Rain is possible.

Ha'penny Bridge

Ha'penny Bridge, ©Tourism Ireland / Ireland’s Content Pool 

Botanic Gardens

National Botanic Gardens, ©Tourism Ireland / Ireland’s Content Pool

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