How's it goin' lads and lasses? Are ye up for a bi' o' the ol' craic this summer? Feck it, sure ye may as well join us for 12 days of Oirish history, music, dance, poetry, sports, and much more. Do ye wanna know how St. Patrick drove all “snakes” from the Island? Or have ye been in an Irish bar, but never understood the bric-a-brac of it.
Come over to Emerald Isle and all it has to offer; castles, churches, beautiful nature, sun (if we’re lucky enough), rain (bring a brolly), beaches, never ending craic, the Black Stuff, the Irish pub, and of course the famously friendly Irish themselves!
A shamrock is all we need to catch a leprechaun together. We’ll find his pot of gold and be lucky now and ever. This year we celebrate 100 years after Easter Rising! Ye might even learn soimethin' bejayzus out here!
If ye are crazy as we; we need ya! Join us in Dublin for SU and we'll have a pint, or two. Go on ya good thing! Sure why wouldn't ya?
Everything about the Irish culture; traditions, language, dance, lifestyle, etc.
DublinAs the capital of the Irish Republic, Dublin is both modern and full of history. But probably it’s more known for its pubs and the black stuff (Guinness, obviously). Dublin has been once voted as most friendly metropole in Europe. Also the music scene is lively in Dublin; recall that U2, Thin Lizzy, Sinead ‘O-Conner, and of course the Dubliners have their home in Dublin.
Cliffs of MoherThe Cliffs of Moher are Ireland’s most visited natural attraction with breath taking views that captures the hearts of many visitors. The Cliffs of Moher stretch for 8 kilometres along the Atlantic coast of Ireland.
Unesco World Heritage site!
GalwayOn the very west coast of Ireland, you find the third largest city of Ireland: Galway. This lovely city offers you to sniff the fresh atlantic breeze. It is also the nearest city to the wild and famous Cliffs of Moher. With its great atmosphere, Galway is often called the cultural heart of Ireland.