We are monitoring the evolving international travel regulations in the United States and EU regarding COVID-19 restrictions, and we will keep you informed as we get closer to January. For the most reliable, up-to-date information concerning current restrictions for EU and non-EU citizens, click here.
A limited number of travel grants are available for confirmed conference presenters who are traveling overseas, if needed. The subsidy will include pre-paid room registration at the conference hotel, the Hyatt Centric The Liberties Dublin. Details related to the 2022 subsidy will be published after the August submission deadline.
Conference attendees are responsible for booking their own travel accommodations to and from Dublin for the 2022 ISCRC. The Dublin Airport code is DUB.
When planning your travel, please note the conference dates and start/end times (listed in local/Dublin time – UTC) so you may be present for the entirety of the conference:
Depending on what country you are coming from, you may or may not be required to apply for a visa to enter Ireland. United States citizens who are traveling under three months for tourism do NOT need a visa to enter, but you will need to have your passport and supporting documentation (like a hotel reservation) at border control.
Please check to see what the visa requirements are for your country by visiting the INIS website. If you do need a visa, follow the appropriate steps. You will find more information on the Department of Foreign Affairs website.
The Dublin Airport (DUB) is 23 minutes from the Hyatt Centric The Liberties Dublin.
We will soon have information and a promo code for you on a taxi app called Cab2000, which is a travel app similar to Uber or Lyft in the United States. We recommend using this service to get from the Dublin Airport to the conference location.
Alternatively, you will find additional options for traveling from the airport to Dublin City Centre here.
Arriving in Ireland