Situated on Ireland’s East Coast, the capital city of Dublin resides on the mouth of the River Liffey. Established by the Vikings over a thousand years ago, it has developed through the centuries to gradually become the most important commercial and cultural centre in Ireland. Dublin is a sophisticated metropolis widely acknowledged as one of Europe's loveliest and liveliest capital cities. As an eclectic modern capital city, Dublin provides the tradition you would expect alongside an exciting cosmopolitan aspect - this fusion of the old and the new makes Dublin both exciting and unique. Besides its many Museums, Libraries, Historic Castles and Georgian Squares, Dublin has a love affair with music and literature which can be experienced in the many pubs, theatres, galleries and clubs throughout the city.
A city that invites you into its heart, a city comfortable to explore and a city with a contagious energy, Dublin looks forward to welcoming you in July 2018.
Founded by Queen Elizabeth I, Trinity College Dublin is Ireland's oldest and most historic University. Known for its academic and literary excellence, visitors to Trinity College will walk among the footsteps of some very well known alumni - among them Jonathan Swift, Oscar Wilde, Bram Stoker and Samuel Beckett. The University Campus is also home to the infamous Celtic manuscript "The Book of Kells" within The Long Room Library. Located in the heart of Dublins vibrant city centre, Trinity College is a historic University with a modern impact.
The Conference Centre is located in The Arts Building (see Douglas Hyde Gallery on the below map) which can be accessed through both the Main Entrance to Trinity College and also through the Nassau Street Entrance.
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