ECOC 2019 takes us to Dublin on the East Coast of Ireland, famous for its easy-going charm. The event will be held from 23 to 25 September at the RDS Venue, located close to Dublin City Centre.

Dublin is a city full of culture, history, and entertainment and will provide some beautiful backdrops during your visit at ECOC 2019, including the iconic Ha’penny Bridge, featured on many postcards and images of Dublin, the bridge was built in 1816 and provides a beautiful viewpoint of Dublin.

As the capital of Ireland, Dublin’s history is central to its culture and customs, and with plenty of historical attractions to discover there is something for everyone. From one of Dublin’s most famous and iconic buildings – the General Post Office, the oldest operating postal headquarters in the world,  to its two famous cathedrals, Christ Church and St Patrick’s Cathedral Dublin is a great place to learn about Ireland’s past.


Visit the Guinness Storehouse

Dublin is synonymous with the famous drink so the Guinness Storehouse is a must-visit. take a tour to discover how this expert craft is made, learn about its invention back in the 1700s and end up in the Gravity Bar with a complimentary pint to round off your experience. The Jameson Whisky Distillery, Bow. St is another one to add to the list, learn all about Irish whiskey on a fun, interactive guided tour which includes a tasting session, too.

Take a stroll down the famous Grafton Street, filled with shops and musicians, it is a great place to immerse yourself in the culture and atmosphere of the city or take a stroll through St Stephens Park. Discover lakes and scented gardens and enjoy the beautiful Irish surroundings without leaving the city. Situated just next to Grafton Street it really is a great place to experience the contrast of both sides of Dublin.

For more ideas and information visit the Dublin Tourism website –