9th Biennial Conference on Baroque Music 

Information about Dublin

Travel to Dublin

Dublin can be reached easily by car ferry from the UK and France as well as by air. Aer Lingus, the Irish National Airline, has been designated the official carrier for the conference. Aer Lingus flights connect Dublin with cities throughout the UK, continental Europe, the United States and Canada.

Inside Dublin

A number of tours have been outlined in separate pages but for those wishing to travel independently, the most convenient mode of transport is car hire. There are train and coach connections between the major towns but to really experience Ireland, wandering is essential! Ireland offers a range of accommodation including various grades of hotels and guest houses and our world famous B&Bís where travellers stay with Irish families in their homes and are provided with accommodation, usually ensuite, and a hearty Irish breakfast.

Around Dublin, TCD and beyond


Ireland enjoys a temperate climate. The weather in July is generally warm and pleasant.  A light raincoat and sweater for the evening are recommended.

Special Interest

Last updated on 20 June 2000 by Yo Tomita