English language courses in IRELAND, Learn English in an English language school IRELAND, school of English IRELANDThe landscapes, the medieval cities, the cosy pubs and traditional music, the place, the people… are but a few reasons why learning English in Ireland is worthwhile.

Ireland is a member of the European Union, a modern country with a fast growing economy and a young population. The population of the island is slightly under 6 million with 4.2 million in the Republic and an estimated almost 1.75 million in Northern Ireland.

From the bright lights of Dublin, Cork, Galway, Limerick, Kilkenny and Waterford in the Republic of Ireland, and Belfast, Londonderry, Newry, Lisburn and Armagh in Northern Ireland, to the breath-taking countryside in between - Ireland can deliver a host of activities along the way!

Further south you can visit the medieval city of Kilkenny and see the famous castle and old shopping streets. From there visit Cork city and then on to Kinsale, the gourmet capital of Ireland with it's Michelin star restaurants and cosy pubs where you can have a cool Guinness as you watch the sun go down. Explore the ring of Kerry with it's breath-taking landscapes and peninsulas which all have surprises around the next corner.

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Learn English in Dublin

English language courses in Ireland, Learn English in an English language school, school of English, IrelandThe capital of Ireland, Dublin, is one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

Founded as a centre of Viking settlement, the city has been Ireland's capital since medieval times. In a questioning in 2003, Dublin was the best capital city in Europe to live in, and Ireland the most content country in Europe.

Ireland offers a lot of cultural activities: The National Print Museum of Ireland, the Irish Museum of Modern Art, both the National Gallery and the National Library of Ireland, the Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery, the Chester Beatty Library, the three centres of the National Museum of Ireland...

There are a number of galleries and art centres in the city centre, such as The City Arts Centre, The Douglas Hyde Gallery, The Project Arts Centre and The Royal Hibernian Academy.

Ireland has also a very vibrant nightlife - the most internationally notorious area for these activities is the Temple Bar area south of the Liffey. This area has become synonymous with stag and hen parties and tourists, causing many locals to steer clear of the area.
The area around Stephen's Green - especially Harcourt Street, Camden Street, Wexford Street and Leeson Street - has also become a centre for some of the most popular nightclubs and typical Irish pubs.

There are several theatres within the city centre, the largest of which include the Abbey Theatre, the Gate Theatre, the Olympia Theatre, and the Gaiety Theatre, which opens its doors after the evening theatre production to host a variety of live music,
dancing, and films. The largest theatre is the Mahony Hall in The Helix at Dublin City University in Glasnevin.

Central Dublin is a popular shopping spot for tourists. The two principal shopping streets in Dublin city centre are Grafton Street and Henry Street.


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Learn English in Galway

English language courses in Ireland, Learn English in an English language school, school of English, IrelandKnown as the cultural capital of Ireland, Galway is a quaint and vibrant university city with a population of 72,000. It is renowned the world over for its music, both traditional and modern and for it many literary, theatre and music festivals. From May to September, Galway has a line-up of some of the best festivals in the country.

The city of Galway is a maze of small, winding streets lined with shops, bakeries, traditional pubs, weekend markets and some of the country’s finest restaurants. Galway is also the gateway to some of the most spectacular and striking scenery of the West of Ireland, from the magnificent Cliffs of Moher to the unspoilt karst Buren to the remoteness of the Aran Islands, unique for its native Gaelic language, archaeology and heritage.


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Learn English in Killarney / Kerry

English language courses in Ireland, Learn English in an English language school, school of English, IrelandKillarney is Ireland's most beautiful area renowned for its breathtaking beauty and scenery. With its many lakes and mountain ranges, Killarney is set in a majestic 26,000 acre (10,000 ha) National Park. Killarney is safe and secure and offers much in the way of sport, entertainment and cultural activities and very competitive prices for shopping!

Festivals abound in Killarney, from St.Patrick's Day to Christmas in Killarney; your choice is endless and unbeatable. Literary & Music festivals, Sports, Carnivals & Summerfest Concerts, Horseracing and Lake Regattas, all culminating in the wonderful and exciting Christmas in Killarney Festival in December through to early January each year - 5 weeks of Seasonal Fun, Street Markets, Ice Skating, Winter Walks and much, much more.


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Learn English in Limerick




English language courses in Ireland, Learn English in an English language school, school of English, IrelandLearn English in Wexford with idiomas.pro Learn English in Killarney with idiomas.pro Learn English in Limerick with idiomas.pro Learn English in Galway with idiomas.pro We offer English Language Courses in the following Irish cities:



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