Dublin is one of the friendliest cities you’ll ever find, and a magnet for the biggest players in tech.
It may be known for its legendary poets, pubs and hen parties. But live and work in the city, and you’ll discover why it’s also known to some as Europe's Silicon Valley. It’s a place where thriving start-ups nestle between the headquarters of tech giants, and a growing digital community gather to create, innovate, and yes, enjoy a bit of the local craic too.
You’ll find Dublin’s Kingster contingent just off O’Connell Street, in the North City Centre.
Our engineers and developers share a modern, spacious office with Activision Blizzard King subsidiary Demonware – the online services muscle behind the world’s biggest games. It’s a place where knowledge sharing and collaboration go hand in hand with opportunities for professional networking. And networking of the more relaxed kind is never far away either – step outside the office doors and you’ll be right in the thick of Dublin’s legendary social scene.
You’ll find gems around every corner, but what are the big hitters to look out for if you’re Dublin bound?
Get a taste, or two, of the history of Ireland’s most iconic export, and enjoy the unforgettable view from the rooftop Gravity Bar.
The largest enclosed park in Europe is home to a zoo, regular concerts, and plenty of space to ramble, explore, and relax.
Experience the history of Irish independence with a guided tour through cells where beggars, vagabonds, and folk heroes were once imprisoned.
St. Patrick’s Cathedral
One of the few remaining mediaeval buildings in Dublin, this is a place where history lives, and tradition breathes.
Considered the historical heart of Dublin, this 13th Century castle has many secrets for visitors to explore.