Galway is a great place for an English course in Ireland
When we think of Ireland, we always think of rich culture and very entertaining and hospitable people. This is often why Ireland is so popular with international students. You can choose from several attractive cities for your English language course in Ireland.
Why choose Galway for your English course?
Galway has a charm all of its own and is a busy university town with a festival atmosphere.
Known as the “City of the Tribes” because it was ruled by 14 tribes during the Middle Ages, the city still retains its Irish traditions with many nightly attractions and cultural festivals.
It is a seaside town, located between Lough Corrib, the second largest lake in the country, and Galway Bay, one of Ireland’s most famous places.
The temperatures are quite mild. In winter it does not fall below 0ºC, and in the summer it does not exceed 30ºC – perfect for an English course in Ireland.
As in all cities in Ireland, Galway also has lots of fun as well as culture, historical castles, ancient ruins, incredible scenery, lots of parties and pubs.
In Galway, do not miss O’Connors Pub and Garavan’s Bar, two of the most famous drinking establishments in town.
Do not miss Connemara National Park, the city’s famous medieval walls, historic buildings, and cathedrals.
Galway is also famous for its festivals, which take place mainly in the summer and attract many tourists to the city.
The three main festivals are:
- Galway International Arts Festival
- International Festival of Seafood Oyster
- Galway Gastronomic Festival
Do you want to learn English in Galway? The Bridge Mills Galway school is unique due to its location. The school is based in an 18th Century mill situated on the River Corrib, right in the center of Galway. It’s one of the best places to learn English in Galway and has a wide range of English language courses for both adults and young learners.
If you want to learn more about Galway, check out also our previous article Get to know Galway.
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