ESGE Days 2023 will take place as a hybrid event. The host city is Dublin, the capital city of the Ireland. Known as the city of a thousand welcomes, Dublin is nestled in a bay overlooking the east coastline of the country. The friendly city is alive with music and offers hospitality, fun and fascinating sights. Full of traditions and history, Dublin is a city of musicians and poets, whose songs and stories are everywhere in the local pubs and cafés. It’s an academic city full of museums, yet always ready for a drink or two! The city of Dublin looks forward to welcoming endoscopists from Europe and around the world with open arms.
Venue & Travel
Convention Centre Dublin (CCD)
Spencer Dock, N Wall Quay
D01 T1W6, Ireland
The Convention Centre Dublin (CCD) is located just 15 minutes from the airport in Dublin’s Docklands, the finance and technology hub of the city. The iconic building overlooks the Liffey River and is adjacent to the Samuel Beckett Bridge, a futuristic cable-stayed bridge in the shape of a harp.
Flying to Ireland
Dublin Airport serves over 180 routes – including direct flights to all major UK and European cities and daily flights to the Emirates and several North American cities.
Our offical flight partner is Aer Lingus, who offer ESGE Days 2023 delegates an early bird discount of 20% off fares (excluding taxes and charges) to Dublin from UK & Europe. ESGE's decision to partner with Aer Lingus is due partly to their corporate responsibility programme - they are part of the first airline group in the world (IAG) to commit to having net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.
Enter promo code ESGE2023 to receive your discount.
Getting around Dublin
A 24-hour bus service operates from the city centre to the airport, and taxi and car hire services are also easily available.
Dublin has an extensive public transport network including buses, trams and trains. The ESGE Days organising team encourage you to use public transport and are doing their best to secure discounted access for delegates.
For detailed information on how to get to the Convention Centre Dublin please click here.
Official Tourist Website for Dublin:
Although Ireland is part of Europe, it is not part of the Schengen Area, which means that if you travel between the Schengen Area and Ireland, you pass through an immigration checkpoint. Please allow additional journey times if this is applicable for you.
For the latest updates on travel regulations relating to COVID-19 please visit
https://www.dfa.ie/travel/trav... The site also provides information on visa requirements to enter Ireland.
Ireland uses electrical plug type G, which has three rectangular pins in a triangular pattern, the same as the UK. Europe 2 pin to Ireland 3 pin converters will be given to delegates onsite.
Local Currency: The official currency is the Euro. To convert to your local currency please use the currency convertor.