The conference will be take place across two venues: Cork City Hall and University College Cork (UCC). You may find information to on how to get to both locations below as well as information about the city of Cork in general.
Getting to Cork City Hall:
Getting to University College Cork (UCC):
Getting to Cork City
The city of Cork has a good travel network and it is relatively easy to get to.
Cork airport has good connections to European hubs, including London and Paris. It is 15 minutes drive from the city centre and well connected by bus and taxi services.
Dublin airport is 3 hours away in the capital city, with an hourly bus service to Cork City Centre. Dublin has North American routes and daily flights to many European destinations.
Shannon airport is 1.5 hours from Cork, to the West of Ireland. It has connections to Boston and New York and several destinations in the U.K and Europe.
Connections to Cork city are by public bus.
You can travel from the U.K and France to Rosslare in County Wexford, which is a 2 hour drive to Cork, or to Dublin port.
For budget bus and ferry combinations – see Eurolines details below.
Cork city’s railway hub and access point to the national rail network is Kent Station on the Lower Glanmire Road, a ten minute walk east of the city centre.
Through the Eurolines network, Bus Éireann offers connections by bus to many parts of the U.K. (London, Liverpool, Birmingham and more) at a budget price.
For Dublin and Shannon airport connections by bus to Cork:
Dublin to Cork is an easy 2.5 hour drive on the M8 motorway.
On the ground
Once here, Cork is an easy and walkable city to get around in. Most distances in the city centre are 10 to 15 minutes walk from each other.
There are plentiful city bus connections to suburbs.
There is also a public bicycle network for getting around faster!
You can sign up for this at: https://www.bikeshare.ie/cork.html
For more information: