Welcome home humans.

We’re taking you back to where it all started for our first ever Workhuman® Live Europe– the heart of the Emerald Isle and our hometown, Dublin.

First settled by the Vikings in the ninth century and home to literary giants like James Joyce and George Bernard Shaw a thousand years later, the Land of Saints and Scholars offers the perfect setting for today’s cultural leaders to come together and reimagine the future of work. Check out our How to Attend page to see our recommendations for restaurants and nearby attractions.

Literary Pedigree

With four Nobel Prize winners and notable universities, Dublin is one of six UNESCO cities of literature. There’s no shortage of history to take in, but book lovers should start with the Old Library of Trinity College and the legendary Book of Kells.

Old Library of Trinity College
The Guinness Storehouse

Pub Culture

Dublin is well known as one of Europe’s friendliest cities, and there’s no better way to get acquainted with the locals than in one of its thousand-plus pubs. The Guinness Storehouse, headquarters of Ireland’s most famous beer, is a great place to learn some history while knocking back a pint.

Castles, Coastlines, Countryside and More

Did we mention Dublin’s rich history? It bears repeating. If you’ve got time to explore, there are 345 castles around the country, spectacular coastlines, dramatic cliffs, ancient cemeteries and more.

Dublin Castle

The Convention
Centre Dublin

Located in the heart of the city, the Convention Centre Dublin is the perfect venue for business and pleasure. The CCD itself is an an iconic landmark in Dublin’s skyline, providing stunning views and dynamic spaces for Workhuman Live Europe attendees to come together, and easy access to all the city has to offer.

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Got free time?

If you arrive early or have a little spare time:

• Explore St. Stephen’s Green
• Tour Jameson Distillery Bow Street
• Visit St. Patrick’s Cathedral
• Shop at Moore Street Market
• Take in some traditional folk music

Discover Dublin