The tax haven of the IFSC is an area located in the east of the inner north side of Dublin County, along the Liffey River. It's a financial centre mecca and it employs 35,500 people in over 500 companies. The area is thought to generate some 2.1 billion euro.

The district is composed of the area between Memorial Road, Amiens Street, Lower Sheris Street, Guild Street as well as the Liffey River along the North Wall Quay and Custom House Quay. The original development resides west of Commons Street. East of Commons Street is the further development of the area known as IFSC II. It's comprised of office accommodation, educational institutions, restaurants, shopping opportunities and residential housing.

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The picturesque waterfront setting of the IFSC along the River Liffey makes it a popular tourist attraction. The area boasts several pedestrian-friendly walkways, perfect for a leisurely stroll along the river while admiring the views of the city's iconic bridges and architectural landmarks. The nearby Samuel Beckett Bridge, with its unique harp-like design, is a prime example of Dublin's contemporary architecture and is certainly worth a visit.

The IFSC is also home to the CHQ Building, a historic structure that dates back to the 19th century. Originally a tobacco warehouse, the building has been sensitively restored and now serves as a bustling retail and dining destination. Visitors can explore the various shops, cafes, and restaurants housed within the building, or simply take in the impressive architecture of the vaulted brick ceilings and cast-iron columns.

Just a short walk from the IFSC, visitors will find the EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum. This interactive, state-of-the-art museum is dedicated to telling the story of Irish emigration and the impact it has had on the world. With its engaging multimedia exhibits, the museum offers an insightful experience for people of all ages and is not to be missed.

The IFSC's convenient location in Dublin 1 means that it is within easy reach of many of the city's most famous attractions. The historic Custom House, the bustling O'Connell Street, and the vibrant Temple Bar district are all within walking distance, making the IFSC an ideal starting point for any Dublin city adventure.


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