The IFLA Governing Board and Irish National Committee have made the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 World Library and Information Congress (WLIC).
Located on the edge of Europe and less than six hours from the east coast of the United States, we’re easy to get to, and easy-going. Only two hours from many mainland Europe capitals and 50 minutes from London, access to Ireland is simple from most parts of the world. Over 189 US flights, 1,368 EU flights and 1,159 UK flights arrive into Ireland every week, with Dublin, Shannon, Cork, Kerry and Belfast Airports always ready to cater for international visitors. As the only country in Europe to offer US Customs and Immigration pre-clearance prior to departure, travelling back across the Atlantic from Ireland couldn’t be more convenient.
Dublin Port Tunnel cuts journey time from the airport to the city centre, to 12-15 minutes. Private/public bus services operate from the airport are called Air coach and Airlink and tickets cost approximately €15 – €20 return.
Most international car rental companies have representation in the airport terminal. Taxis are readily available for hire outside the airport (a taxi journey into the city centre from the airport should cost approximately €25.00 – €30.00