Dublin

👥 Population: 550,000

🕑 Time Zone: UTC

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🌞 Weather
🗣 Hear from a local
🏠 Where to live
🍏 Groceries
🚈 Getting around
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Dublin is the capital and largest city of Ireland. It is the centre for education, arts, and industry. In recent years Dublin has become a hub for tech companies, being the European HQ for giants such as Facebook and Google.

Weather

Dublin has a maritime climate with mild-warm summers and cool winters. There aren't many temperature extremes and there is plenty rainfall throughout the year. Summers are 15°C on average and winters are 6°C.

Live

City Centre (Including O’Connell Street): Many boutique shops, supermarkets, vintage stores, restaurants, pubs, cafes, bars, clubs and a lot of amazing hotels for all budgets.

Temple Bar, Trinity and Grafton Street: Everything from art galleries and film centres to pop-up markets and craft shops. Lively nightlife; bars and live music. Good for all budgets.

Portobello: Hip and trendy. Good for shopping and dining. Calmer and good for families.

Useful resources

Daft

Rent.ie

MyHome.ie

Housing Anywhere

Gumtree

Property.ie

Spotahome

Hostelworld

Airbnb

Booking.com

Groceries

Markets

SuperNatural Food Market

The Green Door Market

Honest 2 Goodness Market

Supermarkets

SuperValu

Tesco

ALDI

LIDL

Convenience stores

Centra

Spar

Daybreak

Londis

Getting around

From airport

Dublin Airport

Method: Airlink Express (coach), bus, taxi

Within

Transport for Ireland

Irish Rail

Methods: Bus, rail, DART (coastal rail), Luas (tram)

Uber available

✅ yes as well as Blacklane, Lyft, MyTaxi and local taxis

Travel remotely