About Dublin

Ireland’s capital is easy to get around and offers a variety of activities to keep everyone busy for weekend breaks or quick city visits. There is a vast range of activities including shopping experiences, visitor attractions, historical tours, theatre, sight-seeing tours as well as some of the most exciting restaurants, bars, cafes and night clubs in Europe. Dublin is also world famous for its warm welcome and hospitality and is one of Europe's must see destinations.

rport, located just 20 minutes from The CCD, is Ireland's busiest airport , with 55 airlines flying to over 169 destinations. Dublin is also accessible by regular ferry services from the UK – Dublin Port is located 1km from The CCD. There have been many recent upgrades to Dublin’s infrastructure, making it easy to get to and around Dublin, including the Dublin Port Tunnel, upgraded M50 motorway, the new Samuel Beckett Bridge and the ‘Luas’ tramline, which is next to The CCD. Improved rail and road links also make it easy to access the rest of Ireland.

Value for money

Dublin hotel rates are among the best value in Europe and other services compare favourably with many other popular destinations such as London, Amsterdam and Copenhagen.

Tax back incentive

Since 2007, a business delegate attending a qualifying conference is entitled to reclaim Value Added Tax (VAT) paid in respect of accommodation costs incurred while attending that conference.

Great variety of accommodation

Dublin currently has 20,000 hotel rooms to suit every budget –from 5-star hotels to traditional Bed and Breakfast guest houses.

Steeped in history and culture

Dublin is teeming with history and culture with its medieval remains, Viking heritage and elegant Georgian architecture as well as its unique culture that can be experienced right across the city.

Scenic views and fun activities

With the city, sea and countryside all on your doorstep, Dublin offers a variety of fun activities such as sightseeing, golf, horseriding, hiking, teambuilding, surfing, sailing, windsurfing, hot air ballooning and car racing.

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Easy access

Dublin Airport, located just 20 minutes from The CCD, is Ireland's busiest airport , with 55 airlines flying to over 169 destinations. Dublin is also accessible by regular ferry services from the UK – Dublin Port is located 1km from The CCD. There have been many recent upgrades to Dublin’s infrastructure, making it easy to get to and around Dublin, including the Dublin Port Tunnel, upgraded M50 motorway, the new Samuel Beckett Bridge and the ‘Luas’ tramline, which is next to The CCD. Improved rail and road links also make it easy to access the rest of Ireland.

Value for money

Dublin hotel rates are among the best value in Europe and other services compare favourably with many other popular destinations such as London, Amsterdam and Copenhagen.

Tax back incentive

Since 2007, a business delegate attending a qualifying conference is entitled to reclaim Value Added Tax (VAT) paid in respect of accommodation costs incurred while attending that conference.

Great variety of accommodation

Dublin currently has 20,000 hotel rooms to suit every budget –from 5-star hotels to traditional Bed and Breakfast guest houses.

Steeped in history and culture

Dublin is teeming with history and culture with its medieval remains, Viking heritage and elegant Georgian architecture as well as its unique culture that can be experienced right across the city.

Scenic views and fun activities

With the city, sea and countryside all on your doorstep, Dublin offers a variety of fun activities such as sightseeing, golf, horseriding, hiking, teambuilding, surfing, sailing, windsurfing, hot air ballooning and car racing.

- See more at: http://www.theccd.ie/index.jsp?p=104&n=151&a=0#sthash.x4sU33Cy.dpuf
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