Cristina's first impressions of living and working in Ireland
Living in Dublin is great, it’s not a large city so it’s easy to get around. It’s also close to outdoor activities, paddle-boarding at Grand Canal dock. Dublin is on the coast and it’s easy to visit it’s coastal towns, Dunlaoghaire (Dun-lair-e), Bray or walk Howth head with spectacular views, it’s a tradition to finish a day at howth by eating traditional fish and chips at the harbour. I find the people are really friendly and there’s plenty of entertainment in local pubs, from comedy shows to traditional music.
Let us tell you some more and some reasons to come and live and work here.
People usually hear that we get a lot of rain here, and yes that is a fact, that’s why we have beautiful green landscapes. Overall you can expect a temperate climate, in other words, you won’t suffer from heat stroke or frost-bite!
Phoenix park is right within Dublin city, where the deer roam freely. A large park with great open spaces for a weekend picnic, run, cycle, or visit the President of Ireland.
Out of the city you can visit great places, the Cliffs of Moher, Co. Clare or the Giants Causeway in Northern Ireland. The small town of Enniskerry and Powerscourt in Co. Wicklow. You’ll never be too far from the coast edge in Bray, Dunlaoghaire or Howth.
With so many flight connections to Europe, it’s easy to spend a weekend in some great European cities. London is just an hours’ flight from Dublin.
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