TEI’24 will take place in Cork City, Ireland. The main conference venue is the Clayton Hotel Cork City.
Pre-Conference Events – 11.02.2024
Studios will take place at the Architecture Factory, Melbourn Building, Munster Technological University Bishopstown Campus
Directions: From Cork City Centre, the MTU Bishopstown Campus can be reached by bus routes 205 and 220.
The Graduate Student Consortium will take place in the Hub building, on the University College Cork Main Campus.
Directions: The UCC Main Campus is within walking distance (30 mins) of Cork City Centre. It can also be reached by bus routes 205 and 208.
Main Conference Events – 12, 13, 14.02.2024
The main Conference sessions will take place at the Clayton Hotel Cork City, Lapp’s Quay, T12 RC6E
The art and performance exhibition and opening reception will take place at the MTU Cork School of Music, Union Quay, T12 E9HY
The Cork School of Music is five minutes walk away from the Clayton Hotel.
The Conference Banquet will take place at the Páirc Uí Chaoimh stadium’s Conference and Events centre, The Marina, T12 PF30
Details on transport will be provided at the conference
Travelling to Cork
Regarded as the international gateway to the South of Ireland, Cork Airport is the country’s second busiest international airport with connectivity to over 50 direct routes. Cork Airport also has connections to hubs such as Amsterdam Schiphol and London Heathrow.
Cork Airport is well connected to the city centre with a good road network and regular bus and taxi services available outside the airport terminal building.
Alternatively, from Dublin Airport you can reach Dublin Heuston Station and take a direct train to Cork Kent Station.
Shannon International Airport is located approximately 25km from Limerick City (100km from Cork). There are coach and train connections between Limerick City and Cork.
Cork City’s Train Station (Kent Station) is a mere 5-minute walk from the city centre. Operating since 1893, Kent Station in Cork City operates as a hub for intercity services to Dublin, Limerick, Waterford and Tralee. A typical train journey from Cork to Dublin’s Heuston Station can take as little as 2hrs 15mins – depending on the time of travel.
For timetable and fares, please consult: https://www.irishrail.ie/en-ie/
Cork Ferry Port is located in Ringaskiddy, 20km from Cork City. It offers passenger ferry routes to Roscoff (France) and Santander (Spain). A regular bus service connects the ferry port to Cork City Centre.
Getting Around in Cork
Cork City Centre is compact and walkable. It is also served by several bus routes.
Rental Bikes also operate in and around Cork City centre and are a very efficient means of getting around.