We have offices in amazing cities around the world. There’s always lots to do and discover, in and around Shopify.
Architecture, galleries, and legendary nightlife put Germany’s cultural capital on the map.
Lithuania’s capital is full of secrets: Baroque architecture, access to nature, unique gastronomy, and friendly locals, and even more await you.
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Equally renowned for its bountiful green space and eye for design (UNESCO agrees!), this booming tech hub is a city for makers.
The birthplace of vegemite and home to the AFL Grand Final, you’re never far from a delicious bite in Australia’s second largest city.
Lights, tech, fashion! Tokyo is sure to delight with its incredible cuisine, unparalleled views from the Skytree, and the most bustling public transit system around.
A true testament to what humans can create: from bountiful waterfalls to incredible gardens to a breathtaking skyline, Singapore is a cosmopolitan city that welcomes the world.
Known as the Silicon Valley of India, the entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well in Bangalore. A burgeoning startup scene, craft breweries peppering the city, and one of the most bustling flower markets you’ve ever seen, Bangalore knows how to hustle.
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Home to Big Ben, The London Eye, and of course, Harry Potter, England’s capital combines a rich literary history with a booming tech ecosystem.
Nature rules in Vancouver. The Rockies tower in the distance, the Pacific is a stone’s throw away, and Stanley Park waits to be explored. Not the outdoorsy type? Vancouver’s restaurant and art scene is sure to please.
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New York City
Besides being the backdrop for hundreds of films, New York is one of the most multicultural cities in the world. And don’t tell Montreal, but the best bagel debate lives on.
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Far more than flat-packs and lingonberries, Stockholm is Sweden’s cultural heart. Here you’ll find the Nobel Prize ceremony, subway stations that rival even the best galleries, and fika, an intentional pause in one’s day.