The first Syswind Winter School will be held in the O'Callaghan Mont Clare Hotel in Dublin, Ireland.


We negotiated a special Winter School rate for the following Hotel:

Trinity Capital Hotel

Please inform the Hotel that you are attending the SYSWIND Winter School to get the special rate.

€69 per room per night

€79 per single occupancy per room per night, including breakfast

€89 per double occupancy per room per night, including breakfast

The hotel will require cancellations before 8th November without cancellation fee. If cancellation is after that date the cancellation fee will be the first night full rate.

If the Trinity Hotel is fully booked the Trinity Lodge and the Davenport Hotel  are nearby situated alternatives.



Dublin is the primate and capital city of Ireland. It is a historical and contemporary cultural centre for the island of Ireland as well as a modern centre of education, the arts, administrative function, economy and industry.

The city has a world-famous literary history, having produced many prominent literary figures, including Nobel laureates William Butler Yeats, George Bernard Shaw and Samuel Beckett. Other influential writers and playwrights from Dublin include Oscar Wilde, Jonathan Swift and the creator of Dracula, Bram Stoker. It is arguably most famous, however, as the location of the greatest works of James Joyce. His most celebrated work, Ulysses, is set in Dublin and full of topical detail.

Dublin is also the focal point for much of Irish Art and the Irish artistic scene. The Book of Kells, a world-famous manuscript produced by Celtic Monks in A.D. 800 and an example of Insular art, is on display in Trinity College.

Dublin is home to many acclaimed dramatic, musical and operatic companies. Ireland is well known for its love of baroque music, which is highly acclaimed at Trinity College.

There is a vibrant nightlife in Dublin, which is reputedly one of the most youthful cities in Europe, with estimates of 50% of citizens being younger than 25. Furthermore in 2007, and again in 2009, Dublin was voted the friendliest city in Europe. Like the rest of Ireland, there are pubs right across the city centre. The area around St. Stephen's Green, especially Harcourt Street, Camden Street, Wexford Street and Leeson Street, is a centre for some of the most popular nightclubs and pubs in Dublin. Live music is popularly played on streets and at venues throughout Dublin in general.

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