The Best Places To Live In Ireland

The Best Places To Live In The Republic Of Ireland

Many people from Spain wonder where the best places to live in the Republic of Ireland are. The truth is there are lots of places. Here’s what we consider some of the best areas to live in the Republic of Ireland for those moving from Spain.

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  1. Dublin City

We consider Dublin to be the best place to live in all of the Republic of Ireland because it has everything you could want. As the most populous city in Ireland, residents can enjoy an array of things.

For those who are moving from Spain, they’ll be pleased to know they don’t need a car to get around the city because public transportation is reliable. Not only that, but there are a number of beaches to go to during the summer months.

The city is also home to Trinity College one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in Ireland.

If that wasn’t reason enough to move to Dublin, let’s point out there are lots of things to do and see. Residents can enjoy visiting popular tourist attractions, parks, shops, and restaurants to name a few.

Furthermore, the local economy in Dublin is booming with a vast array if businesses and industries operating within Dublin.

  1. Kinsale

Kinsale is located in County Cork, and it has quickly become a top place to relocate to. One of the reasons is because of the laid back lifestyle mixed with the abundance things to do, such as being able to visit art galleries, festivals catered to food lovers, golfing and even yachting.

Another thing Kinsale is known for is its stunning scenery. When you live in Kinsale you’ll be able to explore the scenery by travelling along parts of the Wild Atlantic Way Trail.

For those moving from Spain, Kinsale is an excellent choice to live. You will love the lifestyle, the country roads and so much more. Even better is that Kinsale is suitable for singles, couples, small families and large families alike.

  1. Cork

For those who want to live in a city, but not one quite as big as Dublin, then Cork is the perfect option. Cork is ideal for families and couples, as well as professionals of all ages. The city is home to amazing schools, state-of-the-art medical facilities, plenty of retail shops, novelty shops, grocery shops and more.

Cork’s city centre is located right on the River Lee. Since Cork is the second largest city in the Republic, there is no shortage of activities to do.

There is something for everyone, from those who enjoy laid back activities such as fishing to those who like to take in major sports to those who love the nightlife.

Also, Cork is quickly becoming as popular as Dublin in terms of people looking to move there, but Cork is a little bit more affordable than Dublin.

  1. Galway

Galway is another city known for its charming villages and towns. Galway is located on the west coast of Ireland and is known for its lively cultural scene. The city has many festivals and events taking place throughout the year.

Galway is also home to many universities and colleges, making it a great place to live for students and young professionals.

If you’re going to be moving from Spain to the Republic of Ireland, contact us today to request a free moving quote or no obligation advice.

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