Getting from Dublin Airport to Cork
The quickest and most convenient way to travel from Dublin Airport to Cork city is by airport bus (www.aircoach.ie or www.gobe.ie). These buses pick up passengers at Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 and go directly to Cork city centre.
On disembarking the airport bus in Cork city, conference participants should use a taxi to transport them to their accommodation. Taxis will be available at the airport bus drop-off.
Cork International Airport is the country’s second busiest airport after Dublin and serves more than 50 destinations. The airport is located just 10 minutes from Cork City centre on the highest point of the Southside.
Getting from Cork Airport to accommodation
The easiest way to travel from Cork Airport to your accommodation is by taxi. A taxi rank is situated right outside the terminal building.
The journey to the city takes approximately 15-20 minutes and a fare costs about €15. Please note that some taxis do not take credit cards and will only accept cash payment. Therefore, it is advisable that you have some cash with you to pay the fare. There is an ATM machine in the terminal building.
To/From Cork Airport by Car
Cork Airport is just 8 kilometres from Cork City Centre on the south end of the N27 when coming from the North, West, or East of Cork and off the R600 when coming from Kinsale.
Belfast Airport is 438 km from Cork city
Directions to the conference venue from The Kingsley Hotel
The Kingsley Hotel is the closest hotel to the conference venue and the majority of the conference participants will be staying there.
On leaving The Kingsley Hotel, turn left onto the footpath. Follow the footpath for approximately 500 metres (6-7 minute walk) to Victoria Cross Road. You will reach a set of traffic lights to your right – cross the road here. The conference venue (Western Gateway Building) is directly in front of you.