Things to do in Ireland

Pre & Post Tour Options

Delegates who wish to either combine attendance at the conference with a short holiday in Ireland, before or after, can very easily arrange to extend their visit. Ireland has numerous attractions to offer visitors, all of which are easily accessible from Dublin by car, bus, train or plane.

Embark on a journey of discovery along the wildest, most captivating, longest defined coastal tourism route in the world at 2,500km, Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way. Tucked away
in little villages and towns that snuggle into the coastline are delightful little nuggets of treasure in the form of food, activities, culture, attractions and so much more. For sample itineraries and details of events see

Discover Ireland’s Ancient East, home to many of the stories of Ireland’s sacred past; a real treat for cultural enthusiasts! Ireland’s rich history includes many castles, historical sites and other features which are not to be found anywhere else in the world. For sample itineraries and details of events see

Explore the green heartlands of Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands, where activity and relaxation are centred around rural communities. The water offers leisurely boat trips, water sports and great fishing, while numerous walks, cycle trails and pony trekking trails allow you to take in the views, or explore the rural heartlands and small villages in this quiet, relaxing part of the country. For sample itineraries and details of events see

Medieval Round Tower in Wicklow Ireland