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Special offer: Discounted travel with Lufthansa Group Partner Airlineslufthansa-group

Lufthansa Group Partner Airlines offer a comprehensive global route network linking major cities around the world. We offer special prices and conditions to participants, visitors, exhibitors, invited guests as well as employees of the Contracting partner and their travel companions.

To make a reservation, please click on www.lh.com/event-flight-booking and enter the access code ATZJPRJ in the “Access to Your Special Lufthansa Offer” area. This will open an online booking platform that will automatically calculate the discount offered or provide you with an even better offer if another promotional fare is available.

NOTE: Pop-ups must be enabled otherwise the booking platform window will not open.

These promotional fares are also available through your IATA / ARC travel agent. Travel agents can obtain ticketing instructions by sending an email to lufthansa.mobility@dlh.de and providing the access code as a reference.

Access by Plane
Dublin Airport is one of Europe’s busiest airports, with more than 60 airlines flying to over 150 destinations. Dublin Airport now offers services to 29 airports in the UK and the ever expanding European network now covering 100 airports.

Access by Ferry
Even though Ireland is an island, access is easy by air or sea. Passengers arriving in Dublin have a choice of two disembarkation points, depending on which ferry company they use: Dublin Port & Dún Laoghaire Harbour.

Dublin Port is very centrally located, only minutes from Dublin city centre. It is Ireland’s busiest passenger Ferry port with up to 18 sailings daily to the UK and the continent.

Getting around in Dublin
Getting around the Dublin region can easily be done using the bus, DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transport), hired car or taxi. The city is also easily traversed by bicycle for those who enjoy a more energetic approach to transport.

  • Bus
    Bus services in Dublin city and county are provided by Dublin Bus. They operate from 06:00-23:30 on weekdays with a limited late night bus service on Thursday, Friday and Saturday departing the city centre every 20 minutes.
  • DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transport)
    Enquire at any of the stations along the route about train times and the variety of travel ticket options available. (www.irishrail.ie/about-us/dart-commuter)
  • Trains
    Trains serving all parts of Ireland are run by the State transport company, CIE. There are two main train stations in the city, Connolly and Heuston. Visitors travelling from the South and West will arrive at Heuston Station, a short hop from the centre by bus or taxi. Those arriving from the North, North West and the South East arrive at Connolly Station, which is a short walk from O’Connell Street.
  • Luas
    The Dublin Luas tram system is a state-of-the-art Light Rail Transit (LRT) system. Luas connects you to Dublin city centre with high capacity, high frequency, high speed services. There are convenient stop locations and excellent levels of comfort and safety with easy access at all stops. (https://luas.ie/)
  • Taxis
    Taxis can be hailed, hired at taxi ranks or booked by telephone.
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