Experience Reports 2017
Dublin and its Temple Bar area are definitely worth a visit—you can even have a rickshaw race, imagine that? We spent our weekend mainly in the university city of Galway, but didn’t dare miss out on a short trip to the renowned Cliffs of Moher. What we really liked about the Language Trip was that we had the chance to share fun and eventful moments with new people in a beautiful country.
Magdalena Trausner, Julia Spreitzer, Nicole Freidl
I was particularly impressed by Ireland’s landscape and architecture. I also enjoyed Howth, a small port village that is definitely worth a visit. If you are in Dublin, you should plan a visit to the Jameson Distillery; its guided tour was interesting, modern and very entertaining.”
The Irish landscape, especially the mighty cliffs and endless lush green meadows and fields, is one of those natural wonders you must see once in your lifetime. Dublin is a very popular destination, there is always something going on there. Here’s my personal tip: Enjoy some fish & chips and a pint of Guinness at a traditional pub!
Moving moments in moving pictures – participants of the Language Trip 2016 introducing you to Ireland:
Explore first impressions of countries and peoples.