Dublin

Dublin, Ireland

Dublin, the "Town of the Hurdled Ford", is a vibrant city renowed for its nightlife and classic pubs. With more than 40% of the population under the age of 30, Dublin is a city teeming with youth, overflowing with energy and brimming with creativity. A night out in the pub remains the locals' favorite for hangouts with friends. Cuisines from around the world can be found in this cosmopolitan city (Indian restaurants are concentrated around the South William Street area, and Chinese and Asian restaurants are concentrated at Parnell Street).

Women digital nomads will find that Dublin is generally a very safe city. However as in most other large cities, a few crimes such as muggings, unprovoked attacks, and robberies, have been known to occur in Dublin. Treat Dublin as you would other European capital city, and be sensible: never walk in poorly-lit areas at night, especially alone; as Dublin centre is relatively compact, be aware that walking a few blocks can take you into some bad areas. Certain parts of the city are pretty dodgy due to the presence of drug addicts and other questionable types, including north and northeast of Gardiner St and along parts of Dorset St, on the north side, and west along Thomas St, on the south side.

Dublin’s a city that’s quite expensive to live in, however the city has numerous coworking spaces and coffee shops in the city center with free wifi.

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Coworking Spaces in Dublin

Startup Workbench

Startup Workbench

Grand Canal Square Docklands, 1. Free.

BLOCK T Creative Studios

BLOCK T Creative Studios

1-6 Haymarket – 1

tcube

tcube

8 Westmoreland St, Dublin Southside

Dospace

DoSpace

A floating coworking space on the Grand Canal Quay

Element78

Element78

1 George’s Quay Plaza, Dublin 2

Dogpatch Labs

Dogpatch Labs

The CHQ Building, Custom House Quay, Dublin 1

FlexHuddle

FlexHuddle Labs

1 Rathmines Rd Upper, Dublin

CoCreate

CoCreate

57 Lower Gardiner Street, Dublin 1

Cafes with wifi

Don't want to work at a coworking space? Check out these cafes with wifi instead.

Places to exercise

Jogging

Running at Phoenix Park

Europe's largest city park at 1,760 acres, there's a variety of terrain - broad grasslands, avenues of trees, paved roads, dirt trails, lakes, and vast flower gardens.

Yoga

MyWellbeing.ie

Very central, has a €10 drop in fee and gets good reviews.

Andy Kenny Fitness

Andy Kenny Fitness

Very central and has pay as you go group exercise and spinning classes.