To kick off our #LovinExpats campaign we thought what better place to start but where it all began for us….Dublin,Ireland
We will be featuring not only the best places around the world for you to relocate too, but also the super talented people that make the city tick as well as some of our very own hints and tips on things to do in your new home away from home.
DUBLIN THROUGH THE LENS
MEET THE LOCAL'S
Meet Ivca. Ivca hosts visitors to Dublin for her ‘Meet the Locals’ walking tour. She is a Czech artist and jewellery designer who has been living in Ireland for more than ten years.
You will go on an adventure with a walk through the less travelled streets of Dublin from the city centre down to Stoneybatter. Along the way, you will discover hidden gems. Depending on the day, you will visit a letter printing press, a classic neighbourhood pub, guerrilla urban gardeners, artisanal potters, local booksellers, and an amazing organic deli.
DISCOVER DUBLINS 'SILICON DOCKLANDS'
Ever wondered why so many Irish people ended up in Australia or North America? Want to know why they call Dublin the ‘Silicon Valley’ of Europe? Join Ben on a discovery of Dublins past and present. From the Famine to the financial meltdown in 2008.
DUBLIN STREET ART
You will walk through the cobbled streets of Dublin with your Host Will. He will help you open your mind to a world of street art murals and hidden visual gems by several Irish and international artists.
GET TO KNOW THE PEOPLE
Check out our favourite Instagram accounts we follow in Dublin ranging from musicians to comedians to business owners. There is talent and creativity at every corner of this city.
1 bed city centre
2 bed city centre
House share city centre
€1,529 per month
€1,856 per month
€771 per month (Double Room)
The above prices are based on properties based in Dublin 1 as published via the Daft Q1 Rental Report. For detailed information on current market trends and accommodation costs contact our team directly via our messaging facility (bottom right hand corner of your screen)
Getting an Irish bank account can be an extremely pain-staking and lengthy process. However, not to worry. We have teamed up with our friends over at Revolut so that you can now get up and running with an Irish bank account in 60 seconds. You simply need your passport and we can take care of the rest. Setup your account today or contact us directly below to find out more.
If you are thinking about relocating to Dublin and would like to know any further information about how to make the move contact us for a free consultation.