Come to Dublin and live and work in one of the greatest cities on the planet. Twice voted the "Friendliest City in Europe" by TripAdvisor, Dublin is also one of the most diverse, vibrant and multi-cultural cities in Europe.
Over 1,000 years of history
Dublin is a dichotomy of old and new - while boasting a rich history which stretches back over a thousand years to pre-Viking times, the city has more recently become home to a number of global tech giants, such as Google, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.
"Céad míle fáilte" (100,000 welcomes)
Part of Dublin's charm is its size - big enough to always keep you entertained and amused, but small enough to easily find your way around. And, if you walk around "town" enough, you'll probably run into someone you know, and find your next point of interest just around the corner.
Just around the corner
Dublin's coast is equally diverse. The northern promenade stretches out to the picturesque fishing village of Howth; and to the south, past the vibrant life of Dún Laoghaire harbour, there’s the exclusive Dalkey village and the blue-flag beaches of Killiney - all are easily reached using Dublin's light rail, "DART" system - or, drive thirty minutes inland and view the full extent of the city, from the Dublin mountains.
Villages, beaches and mountains
The best thing about Dublin, though, is that its wonderful personality is plain to see - from its fascinating history and architecture, to its beautiful parks and vibrant night life - and, at the end of the day, the city seems to understand that the quality of life here supercedes all other things.