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GUIDE TO DUBLIN

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Dublin may well be steeped in history and can boast of austere authors and architecture but for us at Le Cool, it’s the contemporary crackle of newness and the cultural niches that can be found in Dublin’s nooks and crannies that are of most interest. Despite its ability to host Europe’s largest tech conference in The Summit, Dublin is still perfectly small. As such, it’s light on its feet and versatile, making it hard, sometimes, to catch its true essence. So what to do and where to go? Dubliners are a disruptive bunch when it comes to city innovation, always gently ushering out the old generation while making room for the new. It’s in that spirit that The Summit, Le Cool and Visit Dublin present this booklet on the very best, the coolest and the down right unmissable things you need to see and do while you are here. Sample our amazing food scene, our burgeoning coffee culture, our standard of live music and the quirks, curios and characters that combine to make our city great and one which we are proud to call home. For the next few days it’s your home too.

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GETTING TO YOUR HOTEL FROM THE AIRPORT

On landing in Dublin Airport, there’s no need to panic. It is well served by several Dublin Bus routes (dublinbus.ie), queues of taxis at the ranks, and the incredibly reliable Aircoach (aircoach.ie), which runs roughly every fifteen minutes. When booking online, use the code ‘summit’ for a 20% discount, and allow about an hour for your journey.

GETTING AROUND DUBLIN

Dublin’s a small enough city, making it easily enjoyed on a Dublin Bike (dublinbikes.ie). Register your account online, and the world is your oyster. Another great resource for getting around the city is the Hailo App (hailocab.com/dublin). Order your taxi online, and you’ll be ensured a registered driver, and you’ll have all their details before you even jump in. The smart, streetwise way to get around.

WiFi

Open WiFi (openwifi.ie) will be providing unlimited free wifi around the city centre and a few other spots where they have coverage during the week of the event. To access the free WiFi, make sure that WiFi is enabled on your device and select the Web Summit network. Click here for coverage map: goo.gl/P7bI6o

dublin.lecool.com @lecooldublin

Check out visitdublin.com for more info on what to see and do


SPEAKERS

AARON LEVIE Box Thursday

JESSICA LESSIN jessicalessin.com Thursday

PHIL LIBIN Evernote Thursday

DAVID CARR New York Times Thursday

RINA ONUR Peak Games Wednesday

SHANE SMITH Vice Thursday

NICOLA MENDELSOHN Facebook Wednesday

TONY HAWK Tony Hawk Foundation Wednesday

MATT MULLENBERG Wordpress Thursday


The Summit may be 9 to 5, but it sure ain’t the daily grind. The Summit is a conference without borders, attracting tech startups, media enthusiasts, philanthropists and entrepreneurs alike. When you’re all tuckered out from a day of being fed exciting new ideas and inspirational anecdotes, it’s time to leave the RDS, and traipse into Dublin town, because The Summit isn’t just about perplexing the little grey cells with interesting lectures, enlightening discussions, and intense networking; it’s also about enjoying the party atmosphere that Dublin offers in spades. The hi-jinx from 7pm on Tuesday night will be focused in the regions of Fade Street, in Dublin’s Creative Quarter. By night it’s a buzzing convergence of Dublin’s hippest bars and restaurants. Good times also abound on Dame Lane, where much of the post-summit activity is concentrated from 7pm on Wednesday evening. On Thursday night, The Summit will be holding a bash in Temple Bar’s Meeting House Square, from 7pm until ‘late’. Late sounding pretty ominous in a good way, eh?! Prepare to dance like a loony with Le Galaxie...

Use our app to chat and connect with attendees, view speaker and schedule info and much more. Download at www.thesummit.me/app


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ubliners have the glow of the supremely satiated right about now. The explosion of hip, varied and affordable eateries in the city in recent years is testament to those spearheading this revolution from the kitchen to front of house, it’s also a marker of the fickle nature of the food game. Businesses thrive on buzz and recommendation – if it doesn’t cut the mustard, it won’t last long. If Dublin looks to anywhere for its thoughts of food, it’s to New York. The burger is back and is taking on the falafel and the burrito, even the cronut has reared its sweet sugary head here. Keenly aware that whatever is brought to the table, even if that table is an up-turned door with a glass top, will be judged by internationally savvy diners. The source and provenance is of upmost consideration to chefs and proprietors at the head tables.

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heck out the street art. Conor Harrington, giant amongst (spray-can wielding) men, has several pieces of pseudoclassical wall art in Temple Bar, while Maser’s tribute to BP Fallon is a piece of rainbow-splashed joy on the walls of the Button Factory. Check out Le Cool’s Short Guide to Street Art for the D.L. Le Cool’s Short Guide to Street Art, vimeo.com/62154445

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NYE DUBLIN Dec/Jan The countdown is on and there’s no better place on earth to usher in the new year than Dublin.

DARKLIGHT Apr Cutting-edge film and technology are showcased at this independent festival.

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TEMPLE BAR TRADFEST Jan Trad is in the heart over this five day celebration of traditional Irish music. Immerse yourself.

FORBIDDEN FRUIT Jun The joys of a weekend music festival in the city and the comforts of your own bed elevate this Fruit into something you’ll be tempted by. forbiddenfruit.ie

templebartrad.com

JDIFF Feb The red carpet is rolled out during our international film festival with star-studded premieres and an expertly curated selection of the finest films on the world circuit. jdiff.com ST PATRICK’S DAY Mar What is the world’s most celebrated holiday after Christmas Day? Why our national holiday, of course. stpatricksfestival.ie

OFFSET Mar Ideas merchants and multidisciplinary creatives from home and abroad congregate at this inspiring 3-day event. iloveoffset.com

TEN DAYS IN DUBLIN Jul Performers and artists of all disciplines and genres use the city as their platform to showcase their talent. 10daysindublin.com

FRINGE FESTIVAL Sept Ireland’s largest multidisciplinary festival consumes the city with its fresh and innovative presentation of new work. fringefest.com BRAM STOKER Oct Get your fangs into the festival in honour of the Irish-born creator of Dracula. bramstokerfestival.com


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