EXPLORE THE CAPITAL’S MOST VIBRANT HOTSPOTS
Immerse yourself in Dublin with our introductory areas guides to some of the city’s most favourable places to eat, sleep, exercise and work.
Dublin city centre is full of vibrancy and has a close, community feel whilst having all the perks of being a city; shops, attractions, bars and eateries aplenty, and not forgetting the famous Temple bar area for a pint of real Guinness. As far as offices go, the centre has attracted the hearts of creative and media types and has plenty of collaborative and co-working options as well as conventional private office space. Handy hint for navigating; postcodes with odd numbers (1,3,5 etc) are North of the river Liffey and even numbers are South (2,4,6 etc)!
The Docklands in the Central Business District is fondly referred to as Silicon Docks due to its high population of tech companies, with Google, Microsoft and Facebook having set up home here. There has been a huge redevelopment project in the Docklands which has seen a rise of businesses, office space and restaurants open up making it an ideal spot for most industries, though tech and finance are very prevalent.
Nestled on the banks of the river Liffey is the impressive International Financial Services Centre, home to over 500 firms. Naturally, the building and area is top location choice for banking and trading, et al. The area caters for its clientele and there is no shortage of places to entertain clients or go for afterwork downtime, most come with glorious river views, of course.
A small district full of quaint and picture-perfect architecture, cobbled streets, cafes and museums. This part of town may feel like a relaxed haven, but it does have its own bustling business hub. The restored and modernised townhouses lend themselves well for smaller companies who like a boutique and homely feel to their workspace. You can find legal firms and estate agents of Dublin residing very happily here.