As the capital city of one of the most dynamic members of the EU, Dublin offers an exciting and enriching backdrop in which to improve your English. The Irish National Museum and the Irish National Gallery offer fascinating glimpses into the long history of the island from the Bronze Age through the Celts, up to modern times, and the world famous illuminated medieval Book of Kells can be viewed at Trinity College.
Dublin is also a wonderful base from which to discover the rest of Ireland, as almost all the roads and railways in the country lead to this central hub.
Dublin also has a large cultural scene, with numerous theatres, its literary tradition (James Joyce, Oscar Wilde etc) and music. There are plenty of entertainment venues, like the Temple Bar district which is home to many of the famous pubs and restaurants.
This Freestyle programme is specially tailored for youngsters aged 16 to 19 who wish to improve their English and are looking for more independence than a typical junior programme. As a matter of fact, they can take part in an activity programme specifically adapted to their age but can also enjoy free time to explore Dublin with their new school friends of different nationalities. They can also go on optional excursions upon weekends.
Dates & Prices 2020 – 2021
This programme is available from June 29 to August 15. Arrival and departure are either from Saturday to Saturday or Sunday to Sunday.
|Lessons, activities & accommodation with family - Shared room, half board|
|1 week||€ 595|
|2 weeks||€ 1.095|
|Three weeks||€ 1.475|
|4 weeks||€ 1.875|
|Belfast City & Titanic museum||€ 45|
|The Giants Causeway||€ 45|
|Galway tour||€ 45|
|The Cliffs of Moher||€ 40|
|Arrival between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m.||€ 25|
|Departure between 4 a.m. and 9 a.m.||€ 25|
- English lessons
- Activities as described
- Supervision during activities
- Accommodation in an Irish host family (Half-board)
- Local transportation pass
- Transfers from/to Dublin Airport
Prices do not include:
- Travel to/from Dublin
- Optional insurances