award-winning Alliance Française Dublin is the
third biggest in Europe and the first
established in a non-French speaking country.
aim of the Alliance Française in Dublin is to
promote French culture, as well as to
provide a space for intercultural exchanges
between Ireland and the cultures of the
French-speaking world. The branch has more than
a century of history, but has existed in its
current form for almost 60 years.
The Alliance Française Dublin is a
which also hosts a
French Multimedia Library.
In 2016 the Alliance Française Dublin was
European Language Label,
coordinated by the
and rewarding outstanding improvement in the
quality of language teaching and learning.
Ideally located at the
corner of Nassau and
Kildare Street in a listed Irish
Heritage site, the Alliance Française Dublin
is less than five minutes’ walk from a range of
Dublin Bike ranks, bus stops, taxi ranks, Luas
and Dart stations. The Alliance Française even
has its own café on the premises, which
is open to the public: bright and spacious,
Café doubles as an exhibition space for
an ever-changing array of interesting
contemporary artworks, and is the perfect place
to stop off while exploring the nearby museums.
Alliance Française in Dublin is also home to the
Délégation Générale de
l’Alliance française en Irlande
(Alliance Française Irish Network). The
organisation is particularly active in Ireland,
supported as it is by a network of committees
Alliance Française is a non-profit
organisation and a Registered Irish
Charity. You can support our action by