Passport and Visa
There are no visa requirements for EU passport holders to enter Ireland. Non-EU citizens should contact their local embassies for specific requirements. Further information can be obtained from the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs website. Participants requiring a visa are strongly advised to make their application well in advance and allow at least 8 weeks for the application to be processed if applying from abroad. Visa Information
All foreign citizens entering Ireland must be in possession of a valid passport. All citizens of non-EU countries, whether they require a visa or not, are subject to immigration control at the point of entry to Ireland.
There will be an Internet Cafe located on the ground floor of the Conference Centre with 26 internet points.
The official conference language is English.
Health and Insurance
Participants are advised to arrange their own insurance for health, travel and property. It is recommended that citizens from EU countries bring with them a current EHIC (European Health Insurance Card). The Organising Committee will not accept any liability for personal injuries, loss or damage to property.
Under Irish law, smoking is not permitted in pubs, restaurants, hotel lobbies and most public areas.
Currency and Money Exchange
The currency in Ireland is the Euro. Foreign currency can be exchanged at the airport, at banks, in post offices, hotels or foreign exchange offices. All major Credit Cards are accepted in most hotels, restaurants and shops. Banks are open Monday to Friday between 10am and 4pm.
Electricity supply in Ireland is 220 Volts, and plugs are the three pin type.
Dublin has a mild climate. The weather in July is usually pleasant with
Dublin Bus Tour
All delegates and registered accompanying persons will be given tickets at no charge for the open top bus tour of Dublin, which can be taken at any time.
The Dublin Tourism Offices are located in an old converted church on Suffolk Street approximately 200metres from the Conference Centre. (http://www.visitdublin.com/)
Trinity College Dublin
Trinity College Conference Centre
History of Trinity College
Useful Maps of Trinity
Last updated: Oct 01 2008.