Today, Dublin is home to the European headquarters of large companies such as Google, Facebook and Apple. The city continues to grow thanks to new employment opportunities created by the GAFA(Google, Amazon, Facebook, Apple)and a booming cultural life.
Dublin has many sites to visit such as the St. Patrick's Cathedral, Ha'Penny Bridge and the National Museum of Ireland and the famous Guinness Brewery. The irish capital is also known for having a very active nightlife with a vast choice of restaurants and pubs.
The city has one airport, the Dublin International Airport. Commercial and business aviation flights both operate from/to this airport.
Events in Dublin
The 6 nations tournament: Rugby is sacred in Ireland. Ireland's rugby team is the only sports team that reunite the North and South of the island under one color and one song, the famous "Ireland Call". Aviva Stadium receives 2 to 3 times per year its national team against the other teams of the tournament
St. Patrick's Day: This festival with Christian religious origins quickly spread in the country. Today, St. Patrick's Day is dedicated to promoting Irish culture and its celebration takes place all around the world.
Dublin Horse Show: One of the world's most famous horse race taking place in August.
Dublin Fringe Festival: One of the most popular festivals in the country. Every September, the Fringe Festival welcomes numerous Irish and international artists with different artistic backgrounds to celebrate Art in all its forms.
Dylan Hotel: Stylish boutique hotel, the Dylan offers large, spacious rooms with state-of-the-art technology. The hotel has a bistronomic style restaurant highlighting local products.
The Merrion Hotel: Located in the heart of Dublin, the Merrion is a five-star hotel with four comprising Georgian-style houses surrounded by large private gardens. The hotel has a large swimming pool, two restaurants and two bars, all in a very refined style.
The Marker Hotel: The newest five-star hotel in the city is inspired by urban architecture and offers high-quality features. Along with spacious rooms, the Marker is home to a rooftop cocktail bar, a brewery and a spa.
Conrad Dublin: Recently renovated, the Conrad is home to a wide choice of comfortable rooms. The five-star hotel also offers a tea room, an Irish pub bar and a brasserie. Looking to exercise? A gym is available on site and the hotel provides an access to the nearby Royal Dublin Golf Club to improve your swing.
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