Public transport is well organised in Ireland. We would advise anybody to just get on a bus or train and see the country side! Read more…Read more
Living in Ireland
Moving to a new country is exciting and scary at the same time. Moving abroad means learning a new language, getting used to a new culture, making new friends and learning to feel comfortable and getting around in a new city.
Living in Ireland comes with several benefits and for sure will improve your life in many ways. While Ireland has an almost mystical attraction to a lot of people, the country will surprise many expats on various aspects of life.
Dublin is one of the most interesting capital cities in Europe. The old town has a lot of energy and many restaurants and bars have openened in the past few years. The new part of town is great for shopping and offers lots of fun for many people.
The articles below are intended to inform and you with useful and interesting information about Irish culture, manners and way of life which might come in handy when moving to Ireland. Educate yourself with our provided information about living in Ireland below!
Ireland is sort of expensive to most. However wages and taxes are adapted to this. So do not feel uncomfortable with the prices, you will be able to maintain a normal standard of living Working and living in Ireland.Read more
When you work and live in Ireland you can use English everywhere. Irish is a completely different language. Irish is also called Gaelic. The roots can be traced back to the Indo-European languages from where…Read more
Ireland ranks high on the ‘go-to-travel’ list of many people, this is understandable with its beautiful nature and its hospitable inhabitants. Ireland has so much to offer, you forget that it rains sometimes…Read more
Ireland will, not suprisingly, treat you to a stunning surrounding of natural beauty. Outside the cities you will travel through a country with so much green it becomes comforting. We hope when you live in Ireland you will create the possibility to visit some of the regions in Ireland.Read more
Apartments in Ireland tend to be costly, especially when you rent alone. Live closer to the center of town, you will pay more and vice versa live further outside the center and prices will drop…Read more