Getting Around Dublin

“Neurons Under Stress” is located at the Royal College of Surgeons, in the very heart of Dublin City Centre. All amenities are within walking distance.
Over 10,000 Taxis serve Dublin, just wave your hand and they will stop at the side of the road. To estimate your journey costs, try the official calculator. Depending on time of the day and rush hours, a ride from the airport to the city centre is between 25 and 35 EUR. Tipping is at your discretion, up to 10% is usual.
Also, there are several public transport systems serving Dublin city and county. The largest network of busses is offered by DublinBus, which also serves the Airport with AirLink and regular bus lines. The airport is also serviced by AirCoach.
DublinBus Tickets
Dublin Bus tickets can be paid in cash with the driver, however be aware that drivers don’t give change in cash, but vouchers that can only be redeemed at Dublin Bus headquartes in O’Connel street. Multi-travel tickets (e.g. 1-, 3-, 5-day rambler) can be purchased from most newsagent shops.
Dublin city centre is connected to its suburbs in the South by two tram lines called LUAS. The city centre stop of the Green Line “St. Stephen’s Green” is right in front of the Conference venue.
LUAS map.
Also within minutes walking distance to the conference venue, there is Pearse Train Station. The DART railway connects the full length of Dublin Bay, from Malahide and Howth in North County Dublin to Greystones in County Wicklow.
To beat the traffic, you can also cycle city centre by using Dublin Bikes.