Trinity College Dublin is situated in the heart of Dublin, which is Ireland’s oldest university and is the venue for the Gender Equality in Higher Education Conference 2018. 

Located just 30 minutes from the airport, the venue is easily accessible by road and rail as well as being within walking distance to many of Dublin’s hotels.

Trinity Conference Centre, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin2, Ireland

Please find online directions here

Aircoach from Dublin Airport
The aircoach departs up to every 15 minutes and stops at Grafton Street which is just a 2 minute walk from the college. Journey time both to and from the airport is approximately 30 minutes.

By bus
The 140 stop is located right beside Trinity Hall – go outside the main gate, turn right and at the traffic lights, turn right again. You will see the bus stop approximately 100m on your left-hand side. The 140 service is quite regular and you can usually depend on its’ timetable. The 140 bus is a great service, so please remember to behave in a civil way at the bus stop and on the bus too (especially in the evening). Bus inspectors regularly patrol the stops so please keep your ticket on you at all times of the journey. For detailed Public Transport information, please visit the Transport for Ireland Journey Planner.

By tram (Luas)
Detailed information can be located at It goes direct to the city centre (St. Stephen’s Green) and then you have a short walk to college.

By taxi 
A taxi from the airport typically cost €35 and takes 30 minutes but will vary with traffic. Please note all taxis take cash but not all take credit cards.
Taxis from other locations can be flagged in the street, collected at a rank or ordered using the MyTaxi app. 

Trinity College Dublin


Department of Education and Skills
Equality Conference Partners: Higher Education Authority
Equality Conference Partners: Irish Research Council
Equality Conference Partners: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
Equality Conference Partners: Trinity College Diblin