Welcome to Ireland
With a booming economy, incredible scenery, and some of the friendliest people in the world this is one of the best places to call home. If you are looking for the next international challenge and considering moving abroad for work, read the article below to find out more about our locations in Ireland.
The birthplace of Richard Harris (Professor Dumbledore) and the Irish coffee, Limerick is a city where you’ll find everything is “unreal”, whether good or bad! FDI Magazine has named it the Best Micro City in Europe for 2018/2019. Overall, Limerick is placed in the Top 10 Best Northern European Cities alongside London or Dublin, and in the Top 10 European Cities for Human Capital and Lifestyle. A short drive from the center opens a world of lush scenery, a rugged Atlantic coast, and historical treasures. The location is well serviced by road and rail, while Shannon International Airport provides regular daily flights to the US, UK, and Europe.
Drogheda is one of the oldest towns in Ireland. Wander through time with ancient gates and walls, sacred sites, battlegrounds and big houses, festivals, family fun, culture, adventure and nightlife! Drogheda is a magnificent medieval town and it truly is the Gateway to the Boyne Valley.
DUN LAOGHAIRE, DUBLIN
Dublin is home to over one million people and is a lively, contemporary capital city brimming with style and personality. But when people need a break from the hustle and bustle of city life, the tranquility of the countryside is less than an hour’s drive away. Dublin also offers numerous beaches, golf courses and an abundance of sporting and healthy lifestyle activities all within easy reach of the centre.
Enniscorthy is a great social entertaining town located in the heart of the sunny South East, in Co Wexford. Here, you will find space for ambitious careers and work-life balance, being close to a range of spectacular beaches and family fun-packed adventures. Our County has been recently named in the top 3 places to go for a staycation in Ireland. This award has been no surprise with so many things to see and do - from a visit to a haunted house, ancient lighthouses, through castles or secret gardens with stories to captivate any ages for hours. Culture and creativity and sports play a major role in the lives of over 150,000 people and communities living in the area. Click here to watch a video to learn more about South East in Ireland.