English course in Dublin: 4 reasons to do it

English course in Dublin: 4 reasons to do it

There are plenty of reasons to take an English course in Dublin. Dublin is the capital and the largest city in Ireland. It has been recognised as an alpha city, putting Dublin among the 30 most globalized cities in the world.

Culture

Taking an English course in Dublin means studying in the main cultural, historical, economic, industrial and educational centre in Ireland.
The capital is filled with many castles, cathedrals and museums, which are great opportunities to learn more about the Irish history.

Landscape

Do you enjoy natural beauty? Then Dublin is the perfect destination for your English course. Why not read a good book or study by a lake or just walk around one of the parks in the city.
Ireland is known as the “Emerald Island”, and it’s worth visiting some of the other cities. You will be charmed by the beauty of the lakes, mountains and parks.

Fun and nightlife

If you enjoy a good conversation and a casual atmosphere, Dublin is the right place for you.
It’s very common to see friends getting together after work or class to drink a pint of  Guinness, which is a very famous Irish beer (a black beer known as Stout).
A great thing to do is to visit the famous neighbourhood Temple Bar, with its narrow cobblestone streets. It is a very famous area in the City for enjoying time with your friends and listening to traditional Irish music in one of the most famous pubs in the world – The Temple Bar was founded in 1840. This historical pub offers great Irish live music, lots of beer and whisky. There are lots of things to do and see in Dublin. You can visit the Guinness factory or even go on a trip to visit other cities like Cork or Galway.

St Patrick’s Day

There is nothing more traditional than celebrating St Patrick’s Day in Dublin.

St Patrick’s is the patron saint of Ireland and his day is celebrated on March 17th. On this day people wear green and white clothes and go out on the streets to party and drink beer and whisky. On St Patrick’s Day, Guinness  is the most consumed drink in Ireland.
The parades are also part of the party. If you want to participate, you need to register on the official festival website a few weeks earlier. In Dublin, each year the parade has a different theme. On this day people celebrate around the city with live music  in the pubs, clubs, on the streets and in the parks. If you get hungry, don’t worry – you can find some delicious street food.

If you are excited to book a language course, pack your bags and set off to Dublin on an exciting journey, we have a great tip for you.

One of the best language schools in Dublin is ATC Dublin, which is located right in the heart of the city, in the area surrounded by many pubs, restaurants, cafes and popular tourist attractions. If you, however, prefer to learn English in a smaller and calmer place, but still want to have easy access to Dublin and its attractions, then ATC Bray, situated in a beautiful seaside town only 35-minutes from the centre of Dublin City, is the perfect place for you.


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