Delegates are advised that there is a possibility that attendees will be photographed during the IVRAEVDI2023 Conference. Photographs may be used by the organisers to promote this and future events.
For those who do not wish to be filmed during the conference, please make yourself known to the photographer or to the onsite registration desk.
Banks & Currency
The Euro (€) is the currency in use in Ireland.
Visa and Master Card are all widely accepted in pubs, shops and restaurants throughout the country.
Traveller’s cheques can be cashed at most hotels and banks.
Bank Opening Hours;
Mon, Tues & Fri 10.00-16.00;
June is considered a mild, temperate month. Showers can occur any time of the year. The average temperature is estimated to be about 15°C.
Electric Current: 240 Volts AV
Plug type: 3 large flat prong British type plug. BS1363 system.
General opening hours are Monday-Saturday from 09.00-18.00 with later opening hours on Thursday evenings. Most major stores/shops open on Sunday – some with reduced opening times from 10.30 to 18.00.
Ireland has introduced a ban on smoking. Smoking is prohibited in public areas within Ireland including all bars, nightclubs and restaurants. If required you should enquire whether your accommodation bedroom is a smoking or non-smoking room. All rooms are assumed non-smoking unless requested.
Please use the smoking areas designated outside venues.
Tipping is a generally accepted practice in restaurants, bars, taxis and hotel porters. A service charge may be included in some restaurants and should be stated on the menu, but otherwise this is a discretionary item.
Telecommunications/ Cell Phones
For international delegates, only digital phones with GSM subscriptions and a roaming agreement will work on the island of Ireland. Visitors should consult with their supplier before departure.
Networks widely available are Three, Vodafone and Eir Mobile.