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With its fabulous scenery and friendly people, going for a language trip in Dublin to learn the language of Shakespeare makes perfect sense. Between its Georgian buildings, its emblematic pubs and its small cobbled streets, the capital of Dublin offers a charming English language immersion in the land of Celtic tales and legends .
Dublin is the largest city and capital of Southern Ireland. It has existed since the High Middle Ages, from which it has been able to draw an exceptional historical heritage.
If the capital is bordered by the Irish Sea, it is also crossed from east to west by the River Liffey.
The city's architecture is an elegant blend of ancient and modern. Because of its Georgian buildings and colourful gates, it has been nicknamed "the city of a thousand and one colourful gates".
This human-sized city is of course well known for its famous Irish Pub. Here you can enjoy a few pints of beer, including the famous Guinness, but you can also meet Irish locals to practice your English outside of school. Dubliners are friendly people who know how to enjoy life.
Dublin is a beautiful city during the day, but it's just as beautiful in the evening! The lights of the many buildings and bars are reflected on the Liffey Canal for a colourful and grandiose spectacle.
Another positive point for many young students from all over the world is the great reputation of the Irish for their great hospitality and kindness to visitors to their country. Not only in Dublin, but throughout the country there is a strong sense of community.
Hundreds of companies also have their European headquarters in Ireland. You will find companies such as Google, Apple, Yahoo and Amazon. For those who decide to study English in Ireland, this first approach to the country sometimes allows them to make a first contact to follow a professional career.
All areas of Dublin are accessible on foot or by bike. You will be able to stroll through the maze of alleys after your classes at the school to practice the language of Shakespeare directly with the locals.
Popular buildings and attractions to discover during your English course in Dublin include
Tip: If you're a culture lover and want to visit the capital's 30 most important attractions in just a few days, invest in a Dublin Pass card to get free access and discounts in restaurants and bars! It will also give you a free transfer from the airport to the city center.
In order to learn English during a language trip in Dublin, you can choose several typical and famous districts of the city of a thousand and one colorful gates.
It's the popular party district. Temple Bar is a trendy district of the city center, ultra dynamic, festive and friendly. Its cobbled streets are a sign of the vestiges of the Viking past that accompany it. The majority of the Irish pubs of the city are established there.
If it is not necessarily a peaceful area but it is possible to find a school nearby. You will be able to go there only in the evenings after classes or on weekends to relax after a week of English classes.
It's a trendy and authentic part of the Irish capital. It has preserved its authenticity with its red brick buildings and Georgian style buildings in streets such as Harrington Street. With its shopping area of Camden Street, you will be able to find nice finds in its many small shops. If you want to find yourself in the heart of this hipster area, you should go on a language trip to Dublin at EC Dublin English school.
This famous district of the capital is home to some of the most beautiful Georgian buildings in the world. The many colorful gates and wrought-iron gates will delight architecture enthusiasts and lovers of authentic decor. The emblematic Trinity College or the former residence of the Duke of Leinster are to be contemplated there. The area is also surrounded by numerous parks where you can meet a multitude of students who come to study after school.
This tourist area is home to the famous O'Conell Street. Assimilated to the Avenue des Champs-Élysées, this avenue is full of shops, bars and restaurants of all kinds. It is located downtown and allows you to visit the city in a few days thanks to its ideal position. To be close to this area and to the city centre of the capital, choose Delfin Dublin school for your language studies in Dublin.
Other unusual places to visit include the Silicon Docks area, a former modernized port area that houses the contemporary buildings of famous companies such as Facebook, Google and Amazon.
The quickest and cheapest way to get to Ireland is undoubtedly by air.
Many low cost airlines operate between the two countries and you can find a return flight for less than €70 by booking your ticket in advance (depending on where you leave from)
For the airport/city center transfer: about 20 kilometers separate Dublin airport from the city center. Once your plane has landed in Dublin, all you need to do is take a taxi or bus to the city centre. It takes about 30 minutes by taxi for a 20 euro taxi fare compared to 4 euros for a bus fare.
In order to make your stay in Dublin as worry-free as possible, we have put together the essential practical information you need to know before going there.
The official currency of Dublin is the euro. You do not need to change your currency during your stay in Ireland.
Please allow for a slight time difference of one hour compared to France. At 6:00 p.m. in France, it's 5:00 p.m. in Dublin.
You should bring a 3-pin adapter for your language course in Dublin, as the electrical outlets are not similar to those in our country.
Temperatures and rainfall are relatively unstable in Dublin. You can quite easily get up with a nice sunshine and end up on a rainy day. Your umbrella is therefore one of the essentials to bring along on a language study trip to Dublin.
Summers may not be particularly hot, but winters are less chilly than here.
And as you know, the rain is particularly heavy in the country. This is precisely what makes this enchanting country so special when you come to Ireland for a language course.
The cost of living in Dublin, and particularly the cost of restaurants, is slightly higher than in the rest of Europe.
However, the price of accommodation is more favorable and the museums are outright free! This is a great way to save on your budget and pass it on to your outings to restaurants and pubs.
It is customary for clients to leave a rounded tip to taxi drivers or in pubs. This shows that you have appreciated the service provided.
For the restaurant, it is usual to tip about 10-15% if you are satisfied with your Irish meal.
During your stay in Dublin, you will be able to move around the city on foot, but also by various means of transport:
Public transport such as the Luas bus and tram are quite complicated to understand in terms of plans and are quite expensive. It is better to walk or cycle. Taxi and VTC will be particularly appreciated, especially after a drunken evening spent in the Temple Bar district on the weekend after your English classes.
Would you like to discover other cities for your language trips?
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