Dublin is conveniently served by both an international airport and port, with frequent European and international services to both. Full details of the services to and from Dublin can be found on the Dublin Airport and Dublin Port websites.
Other Irish airports with international services include Cork, Shannon and Ireland West Airport at Knock and all have excellent connections with Dublin.
The Aircoach operates from the forecourts directly outside both terminals.
Terminal 1: The stop is located at the front door on the Arrivals road at Terminal 1. On exiting the baggage reclaim area turn left and turn left immediately as you exit the terminal building.
Terminal 2: The stop is located on the Departures Road at Terminal 2. On exiting the baggage reclaim area please continue along the same level following the signs for buses and coaches, cross the footbridge, and then exit down the escalator on the left-hand side.
There are two main entrances to the UCD campus. The front entrance is known as the Stillorgan entrance. The Aircoach [From Dublin airport to Leopardstown] stops on the opposite side of the dual carriageway to UCD on the N11 and you will walk across the flyover. There are renovations at this entrance, so there are roadworks entering the campus.
Aircoach tickets can be pre-booked using this link.
If you are travelling by taxi to your accommodation on campus you should ask the driver to drop you at the UCD Village Reception (aim for the Centra store shown on the map). Also see accommodation page.
If you are travelling direct to the conference ask the driver to drop you at O'Reilly Hall.
If you are travelling direct to Bone School ask the driver to drop you at UCD University Club and navigate your way to the O'Brien Centre for Science using this map.
Suggested taxi services are through apps - Free Now and Lynk. Uber is also available but not so much used in Dublin and can take a while to pick up.
UCD is located in the south of the city, approximately 7 km from the the city centre (O'Connell Street).
Full bus service details can be found on the Dublin Bus website.
Further details of how to get to UCD can be found by visiting the Commuting pages of the UCD Estate Services website or by going to Transport for Ireland, which covers all modes of transport, including taxis.
View this interactive map for an overview of the UCD campus and public transport options.
The main meeting hub is the O'Reilly Hall. We will also be using the O'Brien Science Centre.
Downloadable ICCBH 2022 Campus Plan.
Vehicles can be parked in the UCD car parks at any time, subject to availability. Parking cannot be reserved.