Tipperary is a town situated in the south east of the county Tipperary, in the province of munster. From its exceptional strategic location, great excursions can be made to some of the most beautiful landscapes known to Ireland, such as the Valley Vee and the glen of Aherlow. Offering tourists many attractive tours, for example the Caves of Michelstown, Cahir Castle which is one of the castles best conserved in the whole of Ireland, the Rock of Cashel an amazing medieval complex which is home to the perfectly restored castle with a round tower and a cathedral. Tipperary is known as the centre of the Brú Ború where they perform theatre, the traditional dances, Irish music, and relate old Irish stories about the history of Ireland.
On this course the English classes are imparted in St Anne’s School, founded 1898 by the Sisters of Mercy. The school is situated in the centre of the town and occupies a building of three floors.
Students are treated as another member of the family. Sharing accommodation with the families forces the students to communicate and improve their English and their conversation practice. In Student Travel Camps the same family accommodates up to two students of different nationalities and they are responsible for ensuring that they speak English throughout.
Activities and half day excursions
One of Ireland’s largest and best preserved castles that is situated on the island of River Suir. With amazing landscapes and an excellent audio-visual show, it is a great place for any visitors to see the history of this incredible structure.
Also known as the Rock of Cashel, set in the Golden Vale. Visitors can enjoy the incredible sights of the group of medieval buildings that sits on an outcrop of limestone. Aided by audio-visuals, Cashel has lots of shows an exhibitions that will add to the experience.
This Limerick lake is a magical place full of enchantment and mystery. Full of architectural treasures of course it’s beautiful landscapes, Lough Gur is an incredible place to visit. Full of numerous historical sites from Neolithic dwellings to ruined castles, it is also a great place to relax on a good summer’s day.
Holy Cross Abbey
One of Ireland’s national monuments found near Thurles, it is a stunning monastery that is well worth a look. Even today, it is still a place of worship as it regularly has mass and celebrates holy events throughout the year.