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English Language Schools in Dublin

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Dublin is a historical and cultural point of interest of Ireland with ample green spaces, in fact more per square kilometre than any other European capital city. Almost everyone lives within 300 metres of a park area!

The study and accommodation costs are lower than in London, yet Dublin cannot be called a cheap city. Numerous English schools offer any course you might need. Dubliners are friendly people who love to talk, and with approximately 50% of inhabitants being younger than 25, you should have no troubles finding other young people befriend and practice your English with.

Dublin is also known for its active nightlife and has plenty of interesting attractions for you to visit.

Getting around the city is very easy. You can go by bus, by tram, or rent a bicycle. The latter is quite popular as Dublin has over 200 km of road tracks for cyclists, which makes it one of the most bicycle-friendly cities in the world.

The weather in Dublin is neither too hot nor too cold. The average winter temperature is 8.8 °C (48 °F), and the average summer temperature is 20.2 °C (68 °F). May and June have the most sunny days, while October is known to be the most rainy month, but rainfalls are evenly distributed throughout the year.