Getting around Trinity College, Dublin

TRAVELLING FROM DUBLIN AIRPORT TO CITY CENTRE

Coach: The Airlink 747 goes directly from outside Terminal 1 to Dublin City Centre. Single ticket: €6.00.
Bus: Dublin Bus operate a number of very frequent services to/from the airport, all departing from outside Terminal 1. Numbers 16 and 41 will drop you on O’Connell Street and Lower Abbey Street, respectively. Both are a five minute walk across the River Liffey from Trinity College.

To get from O’Connell Street/Lower Abbey Street to Trinity College Dublin, walk south along O’Connell Street, cross O’Connell Bridge, walk down Westmoreland Street, and TCD will be directly in front of you, in College Green.

For a map of Dublin City Centre, follow this link:
http://www.visitdublin.com/pdf/DublinCityStreetMap.pdf

TRINITY COLLEGE DUBLIN

The conference venue is the Trinity Long Room Hub, located at the west end of Fellows’ Square. All keynote addresses, panel sessions, and receptions will take place here.
The main entrance to Trinity College is located at the west end of Parliament Square, which leads off from College Green.
There are a number of cafés and toilet facilities located on campus. Those closest to the conference venue include The Buttery Restaurant and Dining Hall (located to the north of Parliament Square) and the Arts Café (located in the Arts Building, directly adjacent to the conference venue).
The world famous Book of Kells is housed in the Old Library, which is also to be found in Fellows’ Square, next to the conference venue.

For a map of Trinity College Dublin, follow this link:
https://www.tcd.ie/Maps/assets/pdf/tcd-main-campus.pdf

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to get in touch (spacesbetweenplaces@gmail.com)

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