Why Ireland?

Ireland is one of the best choices as a destination for meetings, conferences, corporate events and incentive travel in the world. The country’s temperate climate, high standard of conference facilities, tasteful and comfortable accommodation, selection of leisure and after-hours activities put it in a class of its own.

The diverse range of scenery across this small country means business and leisure travelers alike can pack plenty of things to do into a short space of time.


Dublin is a compact but fast-paced, modern and cosmopolitan city with a choice of conference, meeting, incentive and recreational facilities. It has a wide selection of top hotels which range from the luxurious to chic and contemporary and can cater for large groups of delegates.

Mixing excellent standards in professionalism and efficiency, with the ubiquitous Irish hospitality, Dublin has a wide variety of perfect venues to hold a conference, training seminar, meeting, corporate event, team-building event or launch.

The capital city of Ireland, Dublin is steeped in history and culture and has plenty of sights to see from museums to Georgian squares, Viking artifacts and cobbled streets. There is also plenty to see and do on Dublin’s doorstep and the East of Ireland, which is easy to access from the capital.

Stunning Locations

An island of diverse regions, the scenery to be found the length and breadth of Ireland is as beautiful as it is varied. The coast of Ireland boasts a mix of stunning beaches and rugged cliffs. The landscape varies drastically from rich agricultural land to the karst landscape of the Burren, with scenic rivers, lakes and mountain ranges in between. Ireland is also home to a number of Unesco World Heritage sites.

Professional, Friendly People

Ireland is traditionally known as a land of saints and scholars, where visitors receive a thousand welcomes from the friendly locals. In reality, little has changed. Ireland’s education system has retained its integrity and every year produces highly skilled and educated graduates. It is also a popular destination for foreign students to learn English and attracts highly educated individuals from around the world seeking work.

The famed friendliness of the Irish can still be found, in the hospitality and retail industry or if you’re simply looking for directions on the side of the road.

Easy to Get To

Ireland is easy to access from airports worldwide. Located on the western edge of Europe, daily flights to a number of Northern American airports means Ireland is geographically the closest European Union state to the USA and Canada. By air, the rest of Europe is on its doorstep within one to three hours. Ferry services from France and the UK make this island accessible by car and train from anywhere in Europe.

First-Class Facilities

High-tech facilities come as standard at conference and meeting venues in Ireland, whether it is in the luxury of a historical castle or modern purpose-built conference center. The emphasis on science, technology and innovation in the country in recent years has resulted in a well-developed telecommunications infrastructure.

Over a thousand international companies now use Ireland as their European base, with Dublin increasingly seen as an attractive location for EMEA headquarters for tech companies such as Google and Facebook.

This seal of approval from the international business world has added to Ireland’s renown as an overseas location for conferences, corporate meetings, incentives and events.

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