Getting There

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Discounted Travel to #rpDUB with Lufthansa

We are happy to announce our partnership with Lufthansa. The airline offers all participants of re:publica Dublin discounted tickets to Ireland. You can get up to 10 percent discount depending on the class when flying from anywhere in the world (exemption: Japan). Travel period is from 13-27 October 2016. Minimum stay is three days or according to the comparing rate.

To make a reservation, simply click on www.lufthansa.com/event-booking_en and enter the access code DEZZNGQ in the "Access to Your Special Lufthansa Offer" area. The booking platform will automatically calculate the discount offered or provide you with an even better offer if another promotional fare is available. Please note: Pop-ups must be enabled otherwise the booking platform window will not open. 

These promotional fares are also available through an IATA / ARC travel agent. Agents can obtain ticketing instructions by sending an email to lufthansa.mobility@dlh.de and providing the access code as a reference. Enjoy your trip and see you soon!

Access to re:publica from Dublin Airport

Take the bus from the airport (for example, Aircoach) and you arrive in the city centre in just half an hour. Get off at O'Connell Street (O'Connell Bridge) or at Trinity College & Temple Bar (with Airlink) and walk.
A one-way ticket from the airport cost 6 € (Aircoach), the return ticket 10 €. Find more information on bus tickets and booking over here.

For traveling within Dublin by bus, underground and tram you can get a refill card called Leap. You can top it up at practically any kiosk in Dublin.
Please check Google maps for live updates on times.

The re:publica Dublin Event Locations

Main Stage: Smock Alley
6/7 Exchange Street Lower, Dublin 8

Public Transport [from Dublin Airport]:
Bus
:
1) Take line 700 to “Leopardstown”, get off at “Trinity College” and walk to the destination (approximately 44 minutes).
2) Walk to “Dublin Airport, Great Southern Hotel”, get on line #41 to “Abby Street” and get off at “Citizens Information Service”. Walk over to “Upper O’Connell Street” and get on line #123 to “Kilnamanagh Rd”. Get off at “Dublin City South, Carnegie Centre” and walk to your destination (circa 52 minutes).
Bus and train:
Take line #747 to “Heuston Stn” and get off at “The 3Arena (Point Depot)”. Take RED LINE to “Tallaght Luas Stop” and get off at “Four Courts” (approximately 50 minutes).

Second Stage: Generator Hostel (Stage, Networking & Party Area)
Smithfield Square, Dublin 7

Public Transport [from Dublin Airport]:
Bus:
Take line 747 to “Heuston Stn”, get off “Jame’s Gate, Ushers Gate” and walk to the destination (around one hour).
Bus and train:
Take line 747 to “Heuston Stn” and get off at “Guild Street Jurys Hotel”. Walk to “Mayor Square – NCI” and get on the RED LINE to “Tallaght Luas Stop”. Get off at “Smithfield Luas Shop” (approximately 45 minutes).

Third Stage: Merchant's Arch (Stage & Pub)
49 Wellington Quay, Dublin 2

Public Transport [from Dublin Airport]:
Bus:
1) Take line #700 to “Leopardstown”, get off at “Trinity College” and walk to your destination (approximately 40 minutes).
2) Walk to “Dublin Airport, Great Southern Hotel” and get on line 41 to “Abbey Street”. Get off at “Citizens Information Service”. Walk to “Millennium Spire”, get on line 140 to “Rathmines” and get off at “Dublin City South, D’Olier Street”. Walk to your destination from there (approximately 45 minutes).
Bus & train:
Take line #747 to “Heuston Stn”, get off at “The 3Arena (Point Depot)” and walk to “The Point”. Get on RED LINE to “Tallaght Luas Stop”, get off at “Jervis” and walk to your destination (approximately 44 minutes).

Image credit: re:publica/Gregor Fischer (CC BY 2.0)