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SCHOOL TRIP TO IRELAND
Dublin - welcoming, hip and historic

Dublin, the capital of beautiful Ireland, impresses with its hospitality, creativity and a strong sense of tradition, which is characteristic of the Irish people.

Nature also offers many opportunities for discovery, from numerous parks, botanical gardens, beautiful scenery in the national park to impressive cliff walks. The diversity and splendor of these landscapes will impress any visitor. Ireland's music scene, with its moving songs and stories, is alive in the city's charming pubs and cafés. Experience the magic of the Emerald Isle and be inspired by its beauty, history and people.

Accommodation
Host families
Stay at Irish families

Students stay with our Irish host families or in a hostel recommended by us, such as the Abbey Court Hostel.

Hotel
Bed & Breakfast

Accompanying teachers will be accommodated in nearby B&Bs or selected hotels such as the Jurys Inn Dublin.

Program example

5 days / 4 nights / 2 flights - adjustments as desired

  • Day 1 - Departure from home - Departure - Arrival in Dublin The journey begins: drive to the airport, departure to Ireland and arrival in Dublin. Depending on the time available, the first explorations of the Irish capital is a great option. The first meeting with the host families takes place in the evening (accommodation in a hostel is also possible on request).
  • Day 2 - Dublin - City Tour & Park - Museum - Sport - Guinness DUBLIN: Discover Dublin on a German- or English-speaking city tour on foot or by bus. Take a break or have a picnic in Phoenix Park, the largest walled city park in Europe, or in the small St. Stephens's Green.

    MUSEUM: In the afternoon you can visit a museum, e.g. the modern and interactive emigration museum EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum.

    IRISH SPORTS: The day can also be spent actively. Try your hand at Gaelic football and hurling in a beginners' course.

    GUINNESS STORE HOUSE: Pay a visit to the world-famous brewery with an impressive 360° panoramic view from the "Gravity Bar".
  • Day 3 - Excursion - Glendalough - Wicklow Mountains GLENDALOUGH: The valley of the 2 lakes is a popular destination. A 15-minute film and exhibition is shown in the Glendalough Visitor Center and in the monastery ruins which are there.

    WICKLOW MOUNTAINS: Walk along the famous Wicklow Way to the Lower Lake and/or the Upper Lake. The nearby Powerscourt Waterfalls and Powerscourt House & Gardens with its enchanted Rapunzel Tower round off the day in the countryside.
  • Day 4 - Excursion - Howth Peninsula - Dublin City Center HALF ISLAND HOWTH: Take a spectacular coastal walk, visit Howth Castle and the National Transport Museum of Ireland with the ruins of St. Mary's Abbey. The Howth Summit overlooks Dublin Bay. A native speaker will accompany you on request.

    DUBLIN CITY CENTER: In the afternoon you discover Dublin City Center on your own.
  • Day 5 - Dublin - Departure - Arrival at home DEPARTURE: say goodby to the host families / or check-out from the hostel

    DUBLIN: depending on the departure time, a last visit to Dublin is possible e.g. St. Patrick's Cathedral, Trinity College, Dublin Castle, Christchurch, Gaa Museum.

    DEPARTURE: drive to the airport & arrival at home
City-Life
There's always something going on here!
Dublin is full of events, no matter what day of the week it is. From free comedy shows to live music performances and fantastic theater, there's always something to discover! Dubliners are the friendliest people in the world and will be happy to recommend things to do or help you find your way through the city.
Activities
  • Dublin Castle Old fortress, now a castle with several museums, cafés and the beautiful Dubh Linn Gardens more
  • Trinity College Architectural jewel with a magnificent "Long Room Library" hosting the famous Book of the Celts more
  • St. Patrick's Cathedral & Park Largest church in Ireland (91 m long), closely associated with national saint St. Patrick more
  • National Gallery of Dublin Irish and European art, each floor shows a different era more
  • EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum History of Irish emigration in an interactive exhibition more
  • Guinness Storehouse Multimedia exhibition from retro advertising to the art of brewing more
  • GAA Museum in Croke Park Experience traditional Irish sports such as hurling & Gaelic football... more
  • Phoenix Park mit Zoo Dublin has one of the largest walled city parks in Europe with a zoo more
  • Christchurch Cathedral Cryptic vaults, medieval architecture, lots of history (until 1030) more
  • Science Gallery Dublin Interactive science center, exhibitions & workshops for young people more
  • The Spire Dublin's landmark, stands on the site of Nelson's Column which was blown up in 1966 more
  • Kilmainham Gaol Largest empty prison in Europe, holds countless stories more
  • Glasnevin Cemetery Heroic legends & Irish history in huge, 200-year-old national cemetery more
  • Wicklow Nationalpark Breathtaking landscapes with mountains, forests, lakes and hiking trails more
  • Howth Island Famous for spectacular cliff walks, Howth Castle and fishing port more
  • Glendalough »Valley of the Two Lakes« is known for its early medieval monastery ruins & idyllic lakes more
  • Powerscourt Estate & Gardens Magnificent estate with beautiful gardens and the highest waterfall in Ireland more
  • Cliffs of Moher Up to 214m high and 8km long, the cliffs offer spectacular panoramas more
Getting there
Coach
We organize a coach to take the group comfortably to the nearest airport and also one on site for activities.
Flight
We will be happy to make you an offer to get to Dublin by plane.
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