As friendly and loud as it can be discreet and intimate, the Irish capital offers an invigorated economic environment, boosted by a new wave of dynamism. Learning English in Dublin offers countless opportunities for making friends and networking.
Dublin’s hospitality is legendary. Immortalised in the works of James Joyce, Dubliners show a remarkable open-mindedness and acute literary sensitivity. Exploring the city on foot is the best way to connect with the local community while discovering Georgian architecture, authentic pubs and many open-air restaurants, art galleries and cafes. Every night, night owls settle in Temple Bar, turning the area into a party hub.
The city is very popular with big multinational companies, so popular that it has dedicated them a district in the harbour called “Silicon Docks”. After a serious crisis, overcome with dignity, Dublin is recovering and making a comeback among Europe’s top business cities.