Ireland is situated on the Western Seaboard of Europe. An independent Republic since 1922, Ireland is a vibrant and thriving European country offering visitors an eclectic mix of old world Celtic charm and modern commercial dynamism. It is said that Ireland, once visited, is never forgotten, and for once the blarney rings true. The Irish landscape has a mythic resonance, the country’s history is almost tangible, and its people seem putting on earth expressly to restore faith in humanity.
Ireland has a sizeable multi-ethnic populace with more than 4.5 million people
Ireland enjoys a temperate climate influenced by the relatively warm waters of the Gulf Stream in whose path the island lies. During the winter months temperatures rarely drop below freezing and snow is uncommon. Summer temperatures generally range from 60ºF/15ºC to 70F/20ºC. Spring and autumn are generally 50ºF/10ºC. Winter is between 40ºF/5ºC and 46ºF/8ºC. Snow is rare, but showers can occur at any time of the year. Our advice is to wear layered clothing and do take some rain gear.
Irish People are very friendly and show warm hospitality to outsiders. They show love of conversation and genuine interest in other people. This type of kind and generous behavior of Irish people makes it easy for the immigrants to work or study in Ireland easy.
There is no distinctive Celtic language and culture in Ireland. English is the main language used for communication in Ireland. English is spoken in Ireland so well that it’s said Irish use the language better than anywhere else in the world! More than150, 000 students of all ages from all over the world come to study in Ireland every year. Ireland is known for providing highest quality English language training in schools.
Ireland being active member of the European Union the currency used here is the Euro.
Sports & Recreational Activities:
- Gaelic Games
- Horse Riding
- Water sports
- Hill walking
- Mountain Climbing