The Convention Centre Dublin (often referred to as CCD) is a beautiful modern building in Dublin, opened in 2010… Among the most beautiful buildings in Dublin, the building was built on the banks of the Liffey and has the particularity of having a glass atrium… A beautiful sight, especially with its reflections that regularly illuminate the river!
The Convention Centre Dublin is primarily used to host international conferences and seminars. Considered one of the best conference centers in the world, we appreciate its bold architecture and its sumptuous comfort. Impressive for its modernity and cylindrical architecture, it can accommodate several thousand people for a single conference. A feat that few conference centers in the rest of the world can boast.
The Convention Centre Dublin is located in the Docklands area of Dublin. Easily accessible, it is one of the new buildings that have literally transformed the area. For here, you can only find ultra-modern buildings, where architects compete with original ideas. For the anecdote, the building was designed by an Irish-American architect particularly in vogue: Kevin Roche.
The audacity of the building has allowed CCD to become the symbol of a real renewal for the city of Dublin. The Convention Centre Dublin faces the River Liffey, offering an exceptional view of the river and the rest of the city. It is not uncommon for it to be illuminated at night, in the colors of the Irish flag.
It is also decorated in green during the Saint Patrick’s Day celebrations: a wink that brings dynamism to the city! Unless you are planning to attend a conference on site, the building cannot be visited. Nevertheless, we advise you to take a walk along the docks: you will be able to admire its architecture from the outside, and enjoy the charm of the Liffey!