Improv Fest Ireland is delighted to welcome you to Dublin for our festival!Whether you are travelling from overseas, taking a road trip, or strolling in from the Dublin's Fair City itself, we hope the following tips & information will help to make your Festival experience the best that it can be:
This year, we are delighted to partner again with The Dublin International Hostel on Mountjoy Street. This hostel is large, friendly, clean and very close to the theatre. It is an ideal solution if you are looking for budget accommodation.
If you are looking for mixed budget accommodation in the area while visiting, including B & Bs and Hotels and Guest Houses, we recommend using trivago.ie to give you the widest range of options.
If you arrive to Dublin Airport, check out this transport info link to help you with buses to the city centre. .
Dublin city centre is very walkable, but if you want to purchase a bus pass for your stay, more info is here, If you are visiting for just a few days (we hope it’s longer!), the ‘Visitor Leap Card’ is the one to go for, and it includes airport transport too.
Dublin has a public bike scheme, with reasonable charges, if you fancy a cycle around the city.
Taxis are readily available in Dublin City Centre, and there is a large rank at the top of O'Connell St.